CLIVE PALMER EXCLUSIVE: WHERE TO NOW?

CLIVE PALMER EXCLUSIVE: WHERE TO NOW?

WHEN mining magnate Clive Palmer made a dashing foray into Sunshine Coast’s tourism industry after buying the Hyatt Coolum, it raised a few eyebrows as to his broader intentions.

Queensland’s wealthiest man will splash up to $2 billion on infrastructure and real estate investment on the Sunshine Coast over the next five years.


While the investment is considered the most significant by a private investor, it’s a drop in the ocean for the state’s wealthiest man.

Get your copy of the August edition to read the exclusive feature on Clive Palmer, who talks about everything from pulling the country's largest IPO and his investment in tourism, to the property market and the Carbon Tax. He also reveals he's close to undertaking his biggest project yet - one that would likely make him Australia's wealthiest individual.

Gold Coast Business News August edition with Clive Palmer - out now in more than 450 newsagents.

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