Flow Residences on Australia’s Gold Coast are typical of the kind of beachside, surfer-friendly properties taking off in global real estate. Photo: handout
Flow Residences on Australia’s Gold Coast are typical of the kind of beachside, surfer-friendly properties taking off in global real estate. Photo: handout

Riding the property wave: luxury beachside surf homes, resorts and even islands, from Tahiti to Queensland and Indonesia, have become so popular that agents are struggling to keep up with demand

  • In a post-pandemic world and with surfing set to debut as an Olympic sport at Tokyo 2021, beachfront property is more popular than ever
  • Consider investing in property on up-and-coming Lombok island in Indonesia, or the Maui home of Hawaiian windsurfing champion Robby Naish for US$18 million

Flow Residences on Australia’s Gold Coast are typical of the kind of beachside, surfer-friendly properties taking off in global real estate. Photo: handout
Flow Residences on Australia’s Gold Coast are typical of the kind of beachside, surfer-friendly properties taking off in global real estate. Photo: handout
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