The Gold Coast rich-listers Richard Wyatt and Louise Loh, who head the Robina Land Corporation, have listed their Clear Island Waters compound.
The couple, the daughter and son-in-law of Singaporean industrialist Dr Robin Loh, who created the suburb of Robina, are heading southern to school their children.
Set within a gated estate of fewer than 40 homes, the six-bedroom, five-bathroom resort-style mansion sits on a 3,775-square-metre estate over four blocks. With 110-metre waterfrontage, the gated estate offering comes with a three-level British-style mansion.
It features a formal lounge, formal living and dining areas, 25-metre pool, a theatre room and two large meeting rooms.
The three-level mansion has been home of the couple, who ranked 51st on the Queensland Rich List this year, with a combined wealth of $206 million.
The property is for sale through Ray White Prestige Gold Coast agent Danny Yeh.
The couple took over the running of the Robina Land Corporation from Dr Robin Loh in 1996. The multimillionaire Indonesian born magnate had paid around $11.2 million to buy the then 20-square-kilometre grazing property from land baron Arthur "King Arthur" Earle in 1980, with the pair teamed up to establish Robina, which incorporates a recognition of both their names.
Robin Loh died in 2010.