Bowen at the edge of the Coral Sea and Great Barrier reef in the Queensland dry tropics of Australia is a perfect place for sailing and water activities with it\'s kilometers of beautiful beaches. It is in the center of the tradewind core so steady south easterly winds blow most of the year and even in the Summer there are cool sea breezes from the Pacific Ocean. Bowen is within 140 km of the giant Burdekin dam so a plentiful supply of fresh water will never be a problem no matter how many tourists discover Bowen\'s pristine shores and spacious hinterland, or how many high tech industries decide to locate themselves in Bowen\'s new industrial park, or how many farmers may want to grow small crops under Bowen\'s abundant sunshine. An international airport and marina complex in Bowen, which can be easily constructed because fill material and machinery is easily accessible from the local open cut coal mines in the Bowen Basin to the south west of the town, would soon be working to capacity as industry and tourists world wide found they could do business and holiday in the open tropical paradise of Bowen and the Whitsunday islands and great barrier reef. SUPPORT BOWEN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AND MARINA COMPLEX, BE PART OF A NEW WAY OF WORKING, LIVING AND DOING BUSINESS - away from the congestion and haphazard growth of existing cities ... Robert
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damien, Australia7 years ago Comments: Hi Robert, I came accross your site by accident, This is of interest to me. Please send me an email address so i can make contact with you. Thankyou Kind Regards damien
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