​​Paddington Grove Estate is a top class residential estate with land for sale on the Bargara side of Bundaberg City. With fully serviced blocks located in quiet leafy streets averaging over 800m2, Paddington Grove has been a tightly held estate for over 10 years.

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​The centre piece of the estate is a Water Sensitive Urban Designed (WSUD) Park that weaves through the estate with a wide pathway and thousands of native trees. About 100 species of native birds have now been recorded in the Park.

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​Paddington Grove’s main road is GANGgajang Way, appropriately named after the iconic Australian band of the same name that sang the anthem song , ‘The Sounds of Then, This is Australia’. The land that GANGgajang sang about is, in fact, Paddington Grove. ​

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​Paddington Grove Estate is a superb residential estate with land for sale on the Bargara side of Bundaberg City. With fully serviced blocks
located in quiet leafy streets averaging over 800m2, Paddington Grove has been a tightly held estate for over 10 years.


Blocks of land for sale are only sold when a new resident or investor is ready to build. This ensures that all the properties are tidy and also that full driveways, landscaping and fencing are completed prior to residents moving in.

“Paddington Grove is a top class residential estate on the Bargara side of Bundaberg City.
With fully serviced blocks located in quiet leafy streets averaging over 800m2, Paddington Grove has been a tightly held estate for over 10 years.
Blocks are only sold when a new resident or investor is ready to build. This ensures that all the properties are tidy and also that full driveways , landscaping and fencing are completed prior to residents moving in.
Paddington Grove’s main road is GANGgajang Way appropriately named after the iconic Australian band of the same name that sang the anthem song , ‘The Sounds of Then, This is Australia’. The land that GANGgajang sang about is , in fact, Paddington Grove. The centre piece of the estate is a Water Sensitive Urban Designed (WSUD) park that weaves through the estate with a wide pathway and thousands of native trees. About 100 species of native birds have now been recorded in the park.