Massive live music venue slated for Aura

A $35 million live music and hotel development is set to be built within Aura on the Sunshine Coast by the Queensland-based Comiskey Group.

The developers of Sandstone Point Hotel and Eatons Hill Hotel, say it will be the coast’s largest live music venue and hotel with capacity for 2500 patrons.

The Comiskey Group’s said the multi million-dollar development would be back on to an 11-hectare
Southbank-style parkland with internal and alfresco dining areas, six bars, gaming room or function

The Comiskey Group has hosted international icons at their award-winning venues including Prince, Post Malone, Khalid, Joan Jett, Ice Cube, Good Charlotte and Bryan Adams – and plan to bring similar music heavyweights to the coast.

Comiskey Group Director, Rob Comiskey said the Aura community was a natural fit for their next major venture.

“South East Queensland is where we were born and raised, we are passionate about bringing premium experiences to locations rich with opportunity in this thriving state,” he said.

“We have the largest entertainment offering in the Moreton Bay region and felt it only natural to expand into the neighbouring Sunshine Coast.”

“Aura sits just 10 minutes from our Coochin Fields site, so we’re excited to create a thriving epicentre of entertainment for the Sunshine Coast.”