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Labor is on track to win the Queensland election, poll show

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Annastacia Palaszczuk is set to win the Queensland election and take Labor into a third consecutive term but the result is likely to be tight and a hung parliament remains possible, the latest Newspoll shows.

The poll for the Weekend Australian puts Labor ahead of the Liberal National Party 51.5 per cent to 48.5 per cent, after preferences.

That would return the government and possibly improve its narrow two-seat majority in the 93-seat parliament.

But with 14 of Labor’s existing 48 seats on margins of less than 4 per cent and the unknown quantity of up to 70 per cent of the electorate voting early the LNP has an outside chance to take minority government.

Annastacia Palaszczuk is set to win the Queensland election and take Labor into a third consecutive term, the latest Newspoll shows

Annastacia Palaszczuk is set to win the Queensland election and take Labor into a third consecutive term, the latest Newspoll shows

Annastacia Palaszczuk is set to win the Queensland election and take Labor into a third consecutive term, the latest Newspoll shows

Satisfaction with Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington dipped two points to 35 per cent over the past two weeks and those dissatisfied with her increased four points to 48 per cent

Satisfaction with Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington dipped two points to 35 per cent over the past two weeks and those dissatisfied with her increased four points to 48 per cent

Satisfaction with Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington dipped two points to 35 per cent over the past two weeks and those dissatisfied with her increased four points to 48 per cent

The poll confirms that both major parties pulled votes from One Nation, which shed 27 per cent of what it secured at the previous state election, down from a vote of 13.7 per cent in 2017 to 10 per cent.

Labor’s primary vote remained steady on 37 per cent through the campaign while the LNP’s slipped one point to 36 per cent.

The Greens are unchanged on 11 per cent while most of the remaining 6 per cent goes to Katter’s Australian Party. Clive Palmer’s United Australia Party has had negligible impact.

The poll shows 62 per cent of voters are satisfied with the premier’s performance and 33 per cent are dissatisfied.

Satisfaction with Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington dipped two points to 35 per cent over the past two weeks and those dissatisfied with her increased four points to 48 per cent.

On who would be the better premier, Ms Palaszczuk scored 56 per cent to 30 per cent over her challenger.

Both leaders are blitzing marginal seats on election day, but 1.65 million voters or half of the electorate have already cast their ballots.

Ms Palaszczuk is on the hustings in Brisbane, while Ms Frecklington has quite an itinerary.

Pictured: Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (left) and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington (right) greet each other with their elbows at the debate on Friday

Pictured: Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (left) and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington (right) greet each other with their elbows at the debate on Friday

Pictured: Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk (left) and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington (right) greet each other with their elbows at the debate on Friday

Protesters dressed as the Tin Man and Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz are seen outside the debate between Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington in Brisbane on Friday

Protesters dressed as the Tin Man and Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz are seen outside the debate between Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington in Brisbane on Friday

Protesters dressed as the Tin Man and Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz are seen outside the debate between Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Opposition Leader Deb Frecklington in Brisbane on Friday

The opposition leader is hitting Townsville early, then voting in her southeast seat of Nanango, before heading to marginal Brisbane seats.

Ms Palaszczuk has campaigned on her health response to COVID-19 and her $11 billion in stimulus to boost the economy.

She warned against changing the government and risking the progress the state has made this year.

‘It’s probably the most important election Queenslanders have ever had to face and it’s a very clear choice,’ the premier told AAP.

‘Now is not the time to risk the LNP, we have been on a clear path this year – we’ve managed the health crisis, we are on the road to economic recovery.

‘Now is not the time to risk all that we’ve achieved together.

Ms Palaszczuk has campaigned on her health response to COVID-19 and her $11 billion in stimulus to boost the economy. She warned against changing the government and risking the progress the state has made this year

Ms Palaszczuk has campaigned on her health response to COVID-19 and her $11 billion in stimulus to boost the economy. She warned against changing the government and risking the progress the state has made this year

Ms Palaszczuk has campaigned on her health response to COVID-19 and her $11 billion in stimulus to boost the economy. She warned against changing the government and risking the progress the state has made this year

‘This election is on a knife-edge, every single vote will count. We’ll be working hard for every single vote right up until the polls close.’

Labor are offering to employ thousands of more teachers, doctors, nurses and police and make TAFE free for all students under the age of 25.

The government has promised billions of dollars to upgrade schools, roads and hospitals, as well as loans to businesses doing it tough.

Ms Frecklington has been making the case for change, pointing to Labor’s record before the pandemic.

The opposition is promising a $300 car registration refund and a subsidy to reduce electricity costs for business.

The LNP will also upgrade hospitals and roads, fund a tropical fish accelerator and install ship lifts in three ports.

Ms Frecklington (left) said the LNP will deliver nation-building infrastructure to secure the state's economic future for a generation

Ms Frecklington (left) said the LNP will deliver nation-building infrastructure to secure the state's economic future for a generation

Ms Frecklington (left) said the LNP will deliver nation-building infrastructure to secure the state’s economic future for a generation

Down the track they want to upgrade major roads, including widening 1450km of the Bruce Highway from two to four lanes.

Ms Frecklington has also promised to build the New Bradfield irrigation and hydropower project.

She said the LNP will deliver nation-building infrastructure to secure the state’s economic future for a generation.

‘Labor has dragged Queensland to the bottom of Australia’s economic ladder and we’ll stay there as long as Labor is in power,’ the LNP leader told AAP.

‘Labor has no plan for economic recovery, but the LNP does.

‘The LNP’s plan will stimulate the economy, create 150,000 jobs and lead Queensland out of recession.

‘I want to make this state an economic powerhouse again, like we used to be, and we won’t get there without the LNP’s plan to create jobs.’

KEY POINTS IN QUEENSLAND STATE ELECTION 

THE BALLPARK

* 93 seats in Queensland’s single-chamber parliament

Labor 48

LNP 38

Greens 1

One Nation 1

Katter’s Australian Party 3

Jason Costigan (ex-LNP, now North Queensland First) 1

Sandy Bolton (independent) 1

SWING NEEDED

* A uniform swing against Labor of 0.7 per cent could put them into minority (if it loses two seats it goes into minority)

* LNP would require a swing of more than three per cent to get a majority

BACKGROUND

* 3.3 million voters

* Record 597 candidates have nominated, from 12 registered political parties and 69 non-endorsed or independent candidates

* It’s expected about 70 per cent of votes would have been cast before election day

* It is the first Queensland state election to be held on a fixed date and will elect the first four-year term government

MAIN PLAYERS

* Premier and Labor leader Annastacia Palaszczuk. She could be the first female political leader to win three elections

* Opposition Leader and Liberal National Party leader Deb Frecklington. The LNP has governed only twice in Queensland since 1989

WHAT DO THE POLLS SAY?

* Roy Morgan poll showed Labor leading the LNP 51-49 per cent (October 21)

* Newspoll showed Labor had overtaken the LNP to lead 52-48 (October 17)

* YouGov poll showed Labor leading the LNP 52-48 (October 8)

KEY ISSUES

* Palaszczuk’s COVID-19 health response, which kept the state’s number of virus deaths to just six

* Economic management and unemployment

* Law and order in Townsville, Cairns and outer Brisbane

* Integrity issues for both the government and the opposition leader

SEATS TO WATCH

LNP targets:

Barron River, Townsville, Thuringowa, Mundingburra, Mackay, Keppel, Aspley, Mansfield, Redlands, Gaven, Mirani, Whitsunday, Hinchinbrook, Noosa

Labor targets:

Pumicestone, Bundaberg, Clayfield, Chatsworth, Currumbin, Burleigh, Bonney

Greens target:

South Brisbane

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SAS Australia star Ant Middleton says he’s HAPPY he was sentenced to 14 months in jail

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Ant Middleton has revealed that his 2013 jail sentence was a blessing. 

The ex-Royal Marine-turned-reality TV star, who served a four-month prison stint for assaulting two police officers outside a nightclub in 2013, said the experience was a ‘learning curve’ which changed him for the better. 

The 40-year-old told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday: ‘I ended up in an altercation with a policeman and rightly so, I got handed a custodial sentence. 

Blessed: Ant Middleton (pictured) has revealed that his 2013 jail sentence was a blessing. The ex-Royal Marine-turned-reality TV star served a four-month prison stint for assaulting two police officers outside a nightclub in 2013

Blessed: Ant Middleton (pictured) has revealed that his 2013 jail sentence was a blessing. The ex-Royal Marine-turned-reality TV star served a four-month prison stint for assaulting two police officers outside a nightclub in 2013

Blessed: Ant Middleton (pictured) has revealed that his 2013 jail sentence was a blessing. The ex-Royal Marine-turned-reality TV star served a four-month prison stint for assaulting two police officers outside a nightclub in 2013

‘I never tried to get out of it, I held my hand up, I realised that violence wasn’t the way. I never shy away from it because hopefully it can be a lesson for other people.’

He added: ‘It was such a learning curve for me but I am glad it happened and I am glad that I got handed a custodial sentence because it is a harsh, life-changing lesson’. 

Speaking on Eddie Hearne’s Podcast No Passion, No Point earlier this year, he also described the prison sentence, which came six months after he left the military, as something of a relief. 

The 40-year-old said on Tuesday: 'It was such a learning curve for me but I am glad it happened and I am glad that I got handed a custodial sentence because it is a harsh, life-changing lesson'. Pictured in his army days

The 40-year-old said on Tuesday: 'It was such a learning curve for me but I am glad it happened and I am glad that I got handed a custodial sentence because it is a harsh, life-changing lesson'. Pictured in his army days

The 40-year-old said on Tuesday: ‘It was such a learning curve for me but I am glad it happened and I am glad that I got handed a custodial sentence because it is a harsh, life-changing lesson’. Pictured in his army days

Shame: Ant, who says he struggled to fit back into normal society after leaving the military, also went on to discuss prison as the most 'shameful' experience of his life

Shame: Ant, who says he struggled to fit back into normal society after leaving the military, also went on to discuss prison as the most 'shameful' experience of his life

Shame: Ant, who says he struggled to fit back into normal society after leaving the military, also went on to discuss prison as the most ‘shameful’ experience of his life

‘I can just remember as soon as that hammer went down, I remember this weight being lifted off my shoulders because I knew what I needed to do – I’ve got to do 14 months,’ he said. 

‘The worst moment is not being able to own a situation, I didn’t know if I was going to get one year, two years, five years. When you are in control you can take ownership.’

Ant, who says he struggled to fit back into normal society after leaving the military, also went on to discuss prison as the most ‘shameful’ experience of his life. 

Difficult: 'Thinking I have gone from being an elite special forces operator to being a number in the nick and that was the most shameful experience of my life,' he said

Difficult: 'Thinking I have gone from being an elite special forces operator to being a number in the nick and that was the most shameful experience of my life,' he said

Difficult: ‘Thinking I have gone from being an elite special forces operator to being a number in the nick and that was the most shameful experience of my life,’ he said

He added: 'I never tried to get out of it, I held my hand up, I realised that violence wasn't the way. I never shy away from it because hopefully it can be a lesson for other people'

He added: 'I never tried to get out of it, I held my hand up, I realised that violence wasn't the way. I never shy away from it because hopefully it can be a lesson for other people'

He added: ‘I never tried to get out of it, I held my hand up, I realised that violence wasn’t the way. I never shy away from it because hopefully it can be a lesson for other people’ 

‘I remember the first roll call, standing by my door, shouting my number saying I was present. Thinking I have gone from being an elite special forces operator to being a number in the nick and that was the most shameful experience of my life – my head hung with shame,’ he said. 

The solider spent four months of his 14 month sentence in prison before turning his life around. 

He joined the British show SAS: Who Dares Wins in 2015, as a Chief Instructor, propelling him to stardom before he joined the Australian version in 2020.  

Famous: Ant joined the British show SAS: Who Dares Wins (pictured) in 2015, as a Chief Instructor, propelling him to stardom before he joined the Australian version in 2020

Famous: Ant joined the British show SAS: Who Dares Wins (pictured) in 2015, as a Chief Instructor, propelling him to stardom before he joined the Australian version in 2020

Famous: Ant joined the British show SAS: Who Dares Wins (pictured) in 2015, as a Chief Instructor, propelling him to stardom before he joined the Australian version in 2020 

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Map reveals nationalities’ relocation destination of choice with Britons keenest on Canada

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A fascinating reworked world map reveals which country each population would most like to relocate to for a fresh start – and it’s Canada that’s the runaway winner.

On the map – generated using Google search data – country names have been supplemented by its residents’ most yearned-for spot to emigrate to.

Canada tops 30 wish lists, including for Britain, Mexico and France.

A fascinating reworked world map reveals which country each population would most like to relocate to for a fresh start - and it's Canada that's the runaway winner

A fascinating reworked world map reveals which country each population would most like to relocate to for a fresh start - and it's Canada that's the runaway winner

A fascinating reworked world map reveals which country each population would most like to relocate to for a fresh start – and it’s Canada that’s the runaway winner

WHERE THE WORLD WANTS TO MOVE TO – THE TOP 10

1. Canada – 30 countries want to move here

2. Japan – 13 countries

3. Spain – 12 countries

4. Germany – 8 countries

5. Qatar – 6 countries

6. Australia – 5 countries

7. Switzerland – 4 countries

8. Portugal – 3 countries

9= USA – 2 countries

9= United Kingdom – 2 countries

Source: Remitly 

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The runner-up spot is occupied by Japan, the relocation destination of choice for 13 nations, including America, Australia and Canada.

Spain comes third, with 12 nations naming it as the best spot for a new life, including six South American countries – Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina – and Sweden and Finland.

The map has been drawn up by financial services provider Remitly, which looked at search data from Google for 100 countries. It says it created a ranking by looking at average monthly search volumes for phrases commonly associated with a move abroad and the most-searched-for locations within the 100 countries.

It says that Canada, known for its friendly locals, beautiful scenery and well-paid job prospects, proves a clear favourite for relocation for everywhere from Qatar and the Seychelles to Belgium.

The firm added: ‘Featuring prominently in the Global Peace Index as one of the safest places to live, and boasting low unemployment rates alongside a high amount of immigration options, it’s arguably no surprise that Canada is head and shoulders above the rest of the world.’

The rest of Remitly’s ‘where the world wants to move’ top 10 ranking comprises Germany in fourth with eight countries wanting to move there the most, Qatar in fifth place (six countries), Australia in sixth (five countries), Switzerland in seventh (four countries), Portugal in eighth (three countries) and the USA and UK are joint ninth (two countries).

In Europe, Germans are longing for a move to Switzerland, Spaniards are keen to live in France while Greeks would love to pack up and settle in Germany

In Europe, Germans are longing for a move to Switzerland, Spaniards are keen to live in France while Greeks would love to pack up and settle in Germany

In Europe, Germans are longing for a move to Switzerland, Spaniards are keen to live in France while Greeks would love to pack up and settle in Germany

As well as a world map, Remitly has also produced regional breakdown maps that show the most-yearned-for emigration locations.

In Europe, Germans are longing for a move to Switzerland, Spaniards are keen to live in France while Greeks would love to pack up and settle in Germany, according to the map.

Moving to North America, those in Jamaica fancy a move north to Canada, Costa Ricans would love to up sticks and move to Spain while people on the island of St Lucia would most like to relocate to the UK.

When it comes to the Oceania region, those in New Zealand chose Fiji as the place they’d most like to relocate to and those in Fiji chose New Zealand.

The North America map shows that both Americans and Canadians are keen to experience a fresh start in Japan

The North America map shows that both Americans and Canadians are keen to experience a fresh start in Japan

The North America map shows that both Americans and Canadians are keen to experience a fresh start in Japan 

Six South American countries - Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina - name Spain as the place they would like to relocate to the most

Six South American countries - Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina - name Spain as the place they would like to relocate to the most

Six South American countries – Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Argentina – name Spain as the place they would like to relocate to the most 

Japan is the relocation destination of choice for Australians. Those in New Zealand chose Fiji as the place they'd most like to relocate to and those in Fiji chose New Zealand

Japan is the relocation destination of choice for Australians. Those in New Zealand chose Fiji as the place they'd most like to relocate to and those in Fiji chose New Zealand

Japan is the relocation destination of choice for Australians. Those in New Zealand chose Fiji as the place they’d most like to relocate to and those in Fiji chose New Zealand

Russians are keen on a big move to the United States while Qatar is the most-yearned-for destination for a fresh start for Saudi Arabians and the Japanese fancy a move to Britain, the Asia map shows.

The map for Africa reveals that South Africans would most like to live in top-ranked Canada, Moroccans’ most favoured destination for relocation is Turkey and Egyptians would like to live and work in Oman.

Jago McKenzie, business manager at Remitly, said: ‘Some of the main reasons people seek a move to another country are for greater job prospects, better pay, quality of life and to send money back home to their families, and I think for many, 2020 has been a year for assessing the choices that could change our lives for the better.

Russians are keen on a big move to the United States and the Japanese fancy a move to Britain, the Asia map shows

Russians are keen on a big move to the United States and the Japanese fancy a move to Britain, the Asia map shows

Russians are keen on a big move to the United States and the Japanese fancy a move to Britain, the Asia map shows

South Africans would most like to live in Canada and Egyptians would like to live and work in Oman

South Africans would most like to live in Canada and Egyptians would like to live and work in Oman

South Africans would most like to live in Canada and Egyptians would like to live and work in Oman

‘With that in mind, I wasn’t surprised to see that many are searching for this change and potentially thinking about making it when worldwide travel resumes.

‘While Canada topped the list, it was encouraging to see the variety of where different nationalities are looking to move to, with many places home to great job prospects with high earning potential.

‘With the need for digital remittance services for immigrants even more important after the pandemic, we hope we’ll be able to make any transition smoother.’

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Inside the Burleigh Heads mansion that offers a piece of the Hamptons in suburban Australia

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On a quiet street in suburban Queensland, one house looks like it has been plucked straight from the Hamptons, a string of upmarket seaside communities on Long Island that serves as a summer playground for New York’s elite.

The area is famous for its iconic architecture, characterised by stately columns and walls clad in white weatherboards on the outside and minimally opulent finishes like Italian marble behind the front door.

Business strategist owners Toni and Michael Bache were inspired by that style when they designed their four-bedroom ‘dream’ house in Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast, 10 minutes from the beach.

A free standing bathtub and a glass-edged swimming pool sunk into the ground are just two of the standout features of the three-storey house spread over three floors that was built by award-winning designer Michael Tomlinson and PJH Constructions over the course of 18 months.

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On a quiet street in suburban Queensland, one house (pictured) looks like it has been plucked straight from the Hamptons, a string of upmarket seaside communities on Long Island renowned as a summer playground for New York's elite

On a quiet street in suburban Queensland, one house (pictured) looks like it has been plucked straight from the Hamptons, a string of upmarket seaside communities on Long Island renowned as a summer playground for New York's elite

On a quiet street in suburban Queensland, one house (pictured) looks like it has been plucked straight from the Hamptons, a string of upmarket seaside communities on Long Island renowned as a summer playground for New York’s elite

A glass-edged swimming pool sunk into the ground is just one of the standout features of the three-storey house

A glass-edged swimming pool sunk into the ground is just one of the standout features of the three-storey house

A glass-edged swimming pool sunk into the ground is just one of the standout features of the three-storey house

Almost 7,000 DIY lovers followed the journey on the Bache’s dedicated Instagram account, Reno Inspo, as the building was transformed into the kind of house dreams are made of.

European oak floorboards and soft wool carpets woven from luxurious New Zealand wool run throughout, with remote-controlled fireplaces on the walls and intricate cornices on the ceilings.

No detail has been overlooked, with impeccable finishes like oak handrails running along the custom-made glass banister of the stairs and brushed gold fixtures in the powder room and each of the two designer bathrooms that look fit for a king.

It’s a similar story in the chef’s kitchen, where a large island bench acts as the centrepiece surrounded by gold hardware, marble countertops and a walk-in butler’s pantry. 

A freestanding bathtub and brushed gold fixtures are seen in the opulent master bathroom that looks fit for a king

A freestanding bathtub and brushed gold fixtures are seen in the opulent master bathroom that looks fit for a king

A freestanding bathtub and brushed gold fixtures are seen in the opulent master bathroom that looks fit for a king

A large island bench acts as the centrepiece in the chef's kitchen, surrounded by gold hardware, marble countertops and a walk-in butler's pantry

A large island bench acts as the centrepiece in the chef's kitchen, surrounded by gold hardware, marble countertops and a walk-in butler's pantry

A large island bench acts as the centrepiece in the chef’s kitchen, surrounded by gold hardware, marble countertops and a walk-in butler’s pantry

Two sprawling open-plan living rooms are flooded with natural light through ox-eye windows, a style ubiquitous across the Hamptons ultra-exclusive 3188 postcode

Two sprawling open-plan living rooms are flooded with natural light through ox-eye windows, a style ubiquitous across the Hamptons ultra-exclusive 3188 postcode

Two sprawling open-plan living rooms are flooded with natural light through ox-eye windows, a style ubiquitous across the Hamptons ultra-exclusive 3188 postcode

The design of the house is inspired by the Hamptons, a unique style of architecture characterised by stately columns and walls clad in white weatherboards on the outside and minimally opulent finishes like Italian marble behind the front door

The design of the house is inspired by the Hamptons, a unique style of architecture characterised by stately columns and walls clad in white weatherboards on the outside and minimally opulent finishes like Italian marble behind the front door

The design of the house is inspired by the Hamptons, a unique style of architecture characterised by stately columns and walls clad in white weatherboards on the outside and minimally opulent finishes like Italian marble behind the front door

A covered outdoor entertainment terrace and barbecue area lead down steps to a landscaped garden

A covered outdoor entertainment terrace and barbecue area lead down steps to a landscaped garden

The grass that can be watered from a system connected to WiFi in the house

The grass that can be watered from a system connected to WiFi in the house

A covered outdoor entertainment terrace and barbecue area lead down steps to a landscaped garden with grass that can be watered from a system connected to WiFi in the house 

No detail has been overlooked, with impeccable finishes like oak handrails running along the custom-made glass banister of the stairs

No detail has been overlooked, with impeccable finishes like oak handrails running along the custom-made glass banister of the stairs

No detail has been overlooked, with impeccable finishes like oak handrails running along the custom-made glass banister of the stairs

Two sprawling open-plan living rooms are flooded with natural light through ox-eye windows, a style ubiquitous across the Hamptons ultra-exclusive 3188 postcode. 

The master bedroom takes up the entire top level, where white timber beams tower over bohemian-inspired rattan interiors and windows that capture unrestricted views of Burleigh Heads National Park.

An ensuite to the side of the bedroom has double ‘his and hers’ sinks, perfect for couples. 

The master bedroom takes up the entire top level, where timber ceiling beams run over chic white interiors and ox-eye windows overlook Burleigh Heads National Park

The master bedroom takes up the entire top level, where timber ceiling beams run over chic white interiors and ox-eye windows overlook Burleigh Heads National Park

The master bedroom takes up the entire top level, where timber ceiling beams run over chic white interiors and ox-eye windows overlook Burleigh Heads National Park

An ensuite to the side of the bedroom has double 'his and hers' sinks, perfect for couples

An ensuite to the side of the bedroom has double 'his and hers' sinks, perfect for couples

An ensuite to the side of the bedroom has double ‘his and hers’ sinks, perfect for couples

The house, which has been listed with real estate agency Ray White, is being sold at auction on November 28

The house, which has been listed with real estate agency Ray White, is being sold at auction on November 28

A guide price has not been provided for the private sale

A guide price has not been provided for the private sale

The house, which has been listed with real estate agency Ray White, is being sold at private auction on November 28

A covered outdoor entertainment terrace and barbecue area lead down steps to a landscaped garden with grass that can be watered from a system connected to WiFi in the house.

The house, which has been listed with real estate agency Ray White, is being sold at private auction on November 28.

A guide price has not been provided.

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