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Join us for an evening showcasing TWO brand new, luxury, high-end, beachfront developments – Join the Who is Who of Cronulla & The Shire for an event not to be missed

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CASA CAPRI - 2 Girrilang Road, Cronulla


Launch Event: Thursday 12th October 2023, 6.30-8.30pm, 1908 Cronulla (1/15 Surf Road, Cronulla)

Setting a new standard in luxury living in Cronulla, Casa Capri and Zephyr, will raise the bar in terms of new developments in Southern Sydney. These projects have been exquisitely designed down to every last detail. 

Showcasing Terra Ferma’s luxury beachfront projects, Casa Capri and Zephyr. Tomorrow night's launch event is your opportunity to meet the developer and learn about the projects in detail, network with high net worth individuals and create an eye catching story for your publication! Exquisite canapes and beverages will be served throughout the evening at this locally renowned restaurant.

This will be an evening not to be missed!!!


CASA CAPRI - The stunning waterfront Mediterranean Jewel in the crown of Cronulla. (2 Girrilang Road, Cronulla)

With uninterrupted views of the expansive ocean and its magnificent coastline and positioned only moments from the centre of Cronulla, luxurious European-style beachside living doesn’t get any better than this. Casa Capri features only three full floor luxury boutique suites, each with three bedrooms and ensuites with Italian-inspired interiors and exteriors.
ZEPHYR - Unrivalled sophistication that redefines Australian Coastal Living (34 The Esplanade, Cronulla)

One of a kind living, with everything you love and more. Positioned in the highly sought-after location along the Esplanade in South Cronulla, Zephyr offers you unparalleled access to everything that luxurious beachside living has to offer.


Contact details:

Rebecca Mulder

Head of Brand & Marketing


0414 944 721


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