Couran Cove Island Resort has today made the announcement that is likely to leave many patrons disappointed. The popular resort, located on South Stradbroke Island, revealed via its official Instagram account that they will be temporarily closing its doors. The closure comes as a result of a series of issues related to the body corporate, “including the redirection of levy monies by several body corporate committees.”
The resort’s management expressed their regret over the situation, acknowledging that these problems have made it impossible for the body corporates to cover the costs of essential services. As a result, they have been left with no choice but to suspend operations until these issues are resolved.
Couran Cove Island Resort has long been a favoured destination for locals and tourists alike, thanks to its stunning location amidst the natural beauty of South Stradbroke Island. The resort offered a range of amenities and activities.
The temporary closure of Couran Cove Island Resort is the latest chapter in a series of body corporate issues that have plagued the island. Residents and visitors have been dealing with a range of problems, including amenities being turned off and reduced services. Frustrated by the situation, residents have taken to protesting and demanding government intervention to address these ongoing issues.
The lack of essential services and the resort’s closure is sure only to amplify their concerns and highlight the need for immediate action. The island’s community is hoping that the government will step in to resolve these complex body corporate disputes and ensure the smooth operation of amenities and services for the benefit of all residents and visitors.
The post from organisers stated, “Sorry we are temporarily closed, due to a number of body corporate issues, including the redirection of levy monies by a number of body corporate committees, the body corporate were unable to pay for essential services so resort is temporarily closed.
Thank you for the overwhelming letters of support and we hope to see you soon when we reopen”