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General Overview

About Us

CIC Australia commenced operations in Canberra in 1986 (then under the name Jerrabomberra Estates Limited). We became one of the ACT region's most successful and progressive development companies, before reaching beyond the Canberra to undertake major projects in South Australia, the Northern Territory, Western Australia and on the New South Wales south coast.

Our signature line "Communities in the making" captures the way we think of each new project. Whether the project is a whole new suburb or a residential apartment complex, our approach involves careful attention to detail, and the involvement of the company's most senior personnel.

CIC seeks to ensure that each new community:

  • Respects its local environmental, social and physical context;
  • Recognises the unique heritage of the site; and
  • Strives to support the creation of its own unique character, with residents enjoying a strong sense of social cohesion.

We rigorously apply principles of sustainability and innovative urban design, using covenants, design guidelines, seed housing and community development partnerships to ensure that the quality of public areas in all projects is maintained well after CIC has completed its work. As a result, the environment of the locality, and the lifestyle and investment of purchasers is protected.

CIC Australia has offices in Canberra, Adelaide and Darwin.


Googong, NSW

Googong is a new, masterplanned township in the Canberra region, nestled in a picturesque site just 16km from Parliament House and only 7km from the Queanbeyan CBD. To be built on 780 hectares of former grazing land, it will include a town centre and four neighbourhood centres located in five walkable neighbourhoods. There will be 5,550 homes of varying types and sizes to house 16,000 people of all ages.

After more than eight years of studies, consultations and investigations, the NSW Government re-zoned the Googong site on 24 December 2009 to allow work on the township to start. CIC has worked closely with Queanbeyan City Council and the NSW Department of Planning to ensure all aspects of the township have been carefully considered before the first sod is turned.

As a completely new, self-contained township, Googong will provide housing choice, community facilities, shops, schools, recreational and employment opportunities. The township will be created over 20 to 25 years.

From concept to completion, it will be built for the residents and visitors who will live, work and spend their recreation time at Googong. It takes its design cues from traditional townships, not suburban subdivisions that simply tack onto the edge of an existing suburb.

Googong will be CIC's flagship project, providing a blank canvas to showcase the very best in design and sustainability across social, environmental and economic areas. Fundamental to the vision is capturing the essence of Googong's distinctive landscape. Nearly a quarter of the township site will be open space of various types to be enjoyed by the people who will eventually call Googong home.

CIC wants to create a community unlike any other in the region, which will deliver everything homebuyers expect from a contemporary development in the 21st century, without losing the traditional benefits and sense of belonging that existed in townships of the past.

Bay Ridge, NSW

Bay Ridge, close to Batemans Bay on the New South Wales South Coast provides a quality residential option for local people as well as having considerable appeal to 'sea-change' residents re-locating from Canberra and Sydney.

With the continuing trend of 'coastal shift', Batemans Bay has become the centre of a growing South Coast economy. However residential expansion potential close to the centre of 'the Bay' is limited. Bay Ridge, located only 1.5km from the town's heart, is well placed to capitalise on the popularity of the region.

At Bay Ridge, Batemans Bay, the average lot size is over 3800m2 – and many are larger still. The development offers people the opportunity to build a large home without the constraints of a small block. It also combines a rural character with the convenience of town services including water, sewerage and communications. Bay Ridge is the first CIC project, and probably the first major new development in the Eurobodalla Shire, that will incorporate a Low Pressure Sewerage System (LPSS) which is an important part of the Water Cycle Management Strategy for the site.

The development will retain much of the existing vegetation within the watercourses that traverse the site, in order to provide for habitat corridors, water quality enhancement and a quality landscape setting for the estate. Development will generally be concentrated in discrete precincts, each afforded a special character by the sense of place to be created by sensitive vegetation retention, filtered water views and a diversity of lot size.

Given the 'gateway' location of the site, retention and enhancement of the treed buffer to the Kings and Princes Highways has been a primary element in the masterplan.

Quayside Kingston Harbour, ACT

Kingston Foreshore is an award-winning urban renewal project on the shores of Canberra's Lake Burley Griffin. The 37 hectare site was acquired by the Australian Capital Territory Government in 1995 as the result of a land swap with the Federal Government and the land has been released for development by the Territory's Land Development Agency.

In 2007 CIC acquired a prominent site on the precinct's main boulevard, Eastlake Parade, one block from the future waterfront promenade and marina and adjacent to the area's principal park. With the harbour civil works completed in late 2008, the Kingston Foreshore development has now entered one of its most intensive stages of activity with prospective residents and investors appreciating the amenity that will be offered by the location.

Quayside Kingston Harbour offers an exceptional lifestyle with a location close to the Parliamentary Triangle, the café culture of Kingston and Manuka, and the city. The cosmopolitan café precinct planned for the harbour boardwalk will be virtually on the doorstep. The area offers cycle paths and green open spaces, while transport, shopping, markets and entertainment options are nearby.

The Quayside Kingston Harbour complex has been designed by leading firm Cox Humphries Moss, the Canberra arm of The Cox Group Pty Ltd, It combines 96 one and two bedroom apartments and six three-bedroom penthouses with double garages. It offers many innovative features, designed to appeal to today's savvy urban dwellers. The building includes studio and split level apartments, ideal for people who want an easy-care 'pad' in a prime location.

Quayside also includes approximately 2000m^2 of commercial/office accommodation and a restaurant.

Lightsview, SA

In 2006, CIC won a national tender to develop a new community at Northgate, in a joint venture with South Australia's Land Management Corporation (LMC). Planning for this innovative project has aimed to make the most of its position: framed by the Adelaide Hills to its east and with superb south-easterly views to the Adelaide City Centre.

Situated within Adelaide's new northeastern suburbs, and just eight kilometres from the city centre, Lightsview enjoys an outstanding position close to local facilities including Northgate Shopping Village, public transport linkages, and the soon-to-be-completed State Super School at Gepps Cross. Our integrated masterplan provides for convenient linkages to public transport, safe and efficient pedestrian and cycle networks, high quality open spaces and strong links to neighbouring areas.

The community will eventually comprise some 2000 dwellings, with a mix of apartments, innovative terrace homes and cottages and large family homes. All homes will be designed and built to achieve a minimum 6 star AccuRate rating.

A reticulated recycled water supply will be available for toilet flushing and garden watering. Lightsview has been designed to be a safe, walkable community with a permeable street network including landscaped paths and wide leafy streets. All homes are within a five-minute walk of one of the many green parks and reserves.

The Lightsview Joint Venture is also delivering affordable housing, as determined by the SA Government, with 15% of all homes to be built meeting this definition.

The Heights, Durack, NT

On 15 November 2010, Charles Darwin University (CDU), and CIC Australia Limited (CIC) executed a project development agreement to create a residential community in Palmerston, south of Darwin.

CIC's successful bid resulted from a nationwide call for expressions of interest in partnering with the CDU for the development of the project. The preferred partner in the project was named in May 2010 and the announcement was followed by extensive community consultation.

This resulted in the rezoning of the site, approximately 20 minutes east of the Darwin CBD at Durack, to Special Use. The rezoning allows the development of a new residential precinct to proceed as a part of the NT Government's Housing The Territory initiative.

The Heights, Durack will deliver more than 800 residential dwellings and a further 70 dwellings for independent retirement living over the next decade, with a value of approximately $450 million at build-out. The project's design ensures the new development will be integrated with the existing suburb of Durack and Palmerston Town Centre.

A key feature of the project will be the diversity of housing options available, from first home buyers to empty nesters, and young professionals to those looking for retirement living accommodation. Fifteen per cent of the dwellings offered within the project will meet affordable housing criteria, and the overall cost of innovative Lifestyle Housing house and land packages will be below the threshold determined by the Northern Territory Government.

The Heights, Durack will be the second major joint venture project CIC Australia has undertaken in Darwin, following the nationally recognised Lyons project in the city's northern suburbs. CIC will be responsible for the project management, sales and marketing and community development for the project.

Eastern Industrial Estate, ACT

Eastern Industrial Estate is a new industrial estate on a 45Ha site located close to the border between the ACT and Queanbeyan (New South Wales), and offers 135 industrial blocks, ranging in size from 900m2 to 3,500m2.. The development addresses a shortage of well-located industrial land in the region, catering to local businesses seeking affordable premises close to the established Fyshwick and Queanbeyan industrial areas.

All blocks at Eastern Industrial Estate are provided to the market fully serviced with underground power, town water and sewerage, kerbing and guttering. Interest in the estate has come from a combination of warehousing, light manufacturing and builders' yards.

Some large tracts of land have been set aside from the development to maintain the best of the vegetation, and in consultation with the Molonglo Creek Catchment Group, we have built a small wetland and restored vegetation in the area.

Crace, ACT

The ACT suburb of Crace was developed in joint venture between the Territory’s Land Development Agency and Crace Developments Pty Ltd. The latter is a consortium with CIC Australia as lead partner and project manager. The other consortium partners are Defence Housing Australia, Community Housing Canberra and Tatebrook Pty Limited.

The vision for Crace was to attract residents who would not normally consider a new suburb. The suburb’s catch cry ‘Crace changes everything’ reinforced its many points of difference. It offers a range of living options from terrace homes in the urban ‘heart’ to spacious family homes in the surrounding suburban precinct.

Crace is ‘different by design’. A panel of architects and builders produced unique designs for the suburban precinct and a Crace Pattern Book was developed to set a design standard. To ensure harmonious streetscapes, buyers were required to choose a pre-approved house design, or have their house design approved, before being allocated a block of land.

A unique carbon trading agreement with Greening Australia is offsetting emissions during the construction stage, making the land development activities carbon neutral. The HIA awarded the Demonstration Village and the suburb itself GreenSmart® accreditation, in recognition of the many sustainability initiatives, including leading-edge water sensitive urban design to reduce potable water use.

CIC also committed to providing a comprehensive response to the affordability challenges of the current ACT market, by making at least 15 per cent of homes at Crace available at prices below the government’s affordability threshold.

Crace has garnered its share of awards. At the ACT Master Builders & Boral Excellence in Building Awards in June 2010, CIC Australia and PBS Homes Pty Ltd took out the award in the Medium Density – Townhouses & Villas category for the architecturally designed terraces in Crace’s demonstration village. The Mio terrace was named as the Best Display Home for less than $300,000. At the same awards one of the Crace panel builders, Classic Constructions won Best Display Home, more than $275,000 for their Crace display home, The Surrey. In 2014, Crace won Best Masterplanned Community at the Property Council of Australia's Awards for Excellence.

The Crace marketing program also won many awards, including the highly coveted Marketing Excellence Award at the 2010 Urban Development Institute of Australia’s National Awards for Excellence. In 2009, the marketing program won in the New Brand category at the Australian Institute of Marketing’s ACT awards, as well as picking up two awards for excellence at the local print and design industry’s Page Awards.

The Ambassador, ACT

This landmark apartment development, designed by prominent Canberra firm Colin Stewart Architects, is located in Canberra’s inner-south suburb of Deakin, on a site formerly occupied by The Embassy Motel. CIC acquired the site early in 2009 and construction began in July of that year, after strong pre-sales had been achieved.

The location some 800m from the Prime Minister’s Lodge and two minutes from Parliament House is an exceptional one and the site is adjacent to the existing local village centre, which includes cafés, shopping, licensed club, professional offices and a fitness centre. A wide range of amenities including recreational open space, public transport, schools and health facilities are nearby. The apartments will have views to Red Hill, Black Mountain Tower and the Brindabellas.

The complex consists of four buildings from five to seven storeys, within a secure, landscaped setting that preserves the leafy character of the suburb. There are 102 one, two and three bedroom apartments and 12 large penthouses, complete with extensive balconies, set back on the top level of each of the buildings. Parking and storage is accommodated in the project basement, with lift access to all apartments.

The Ambassador will have a spectacular entry through a single-level gallery space that will include a reception area, lounge and private dining room available to residents. Covered walkways link each of the apartment buildings. Landscaping will complement the architectural style and provide a visually interesting and functional environment. Ground floor apartments will have enclosed courtyards. The apartments have an estimated completion date of late 2010.

Majura Rise, ACT

CIC acquired this strategically located 17Ha site at North Watson, in Canberra's inner north, at an ACT government auction in 2003. It was the first major land release in Canberra's inner north since 1985. The site was located adjacent to older suburbs with well-established infrastructure and was bounded on the north and east by the bushland of Canberra Nature Park.

The completed project contains some 260 dwellings, with an average block size of 500m2, comprising freestanding homes and separate-title terrace homes. In keeping with CIC’s focus on sustainability, the site featured water-saving initiatives including the supply of free water tanks and stormwater regulation through wetland ponds. Three energy-efficient demonstration homes were built and promoted in a co-operative effort between CIC and Canberra’s energy and water authorities, ACTEW and ActewAGL.

Sky Plaza, ACT

When an ACT Government plan for the Woden Town Centre in Canberra’s south identified the need for a reinvigorated neighbourhood with residential as well as commercial development, CIC seized the opportunity. Renowned architects MGT were commissioned to design a 20 storey residential tower complex, with one, two and three bedroom apartments and eight penthouses. The development also includes a private podium-level garden for residents, street-level commercial space and underground car parking.

Construction was undertaken by Multiplex, one of Australia's leading builders. Construction commenced in June 2004 and was completed in late 2005. As well as delivering a quality building, Multiplex was commended by Environment ACT for environmentally friendly construction processes at Sky Plaza.

City Edge, ACT

City Edge was a joint venture with Community Housing Canberra Limited (CHC). It saw a former public housing site converted into a modern inner-city mixed density community.

This project contains 86 apartments, 12 terrace houses, 25 town houses and one commercial suite, and is conveniently located adjacent to the O’Connor shops. Several dwellings were purpose-designed and built for physically disabled clients of Community Housing Canberra, and a number of innovative sustainability measures were incorporated. The Joint Venture contributed to the construction of a landscaped wetland on the existing Sullivan’s Creek stormwater channel adjacent to the site, while the project itself employed solar-powered street lighting, heat pump heating and cooling and solar-boosted hot water systems.

City Edge is an excellent example of a private/public company partnership, delivering seamlessly integrated public, private and community owned dwellings of various types, on a previously degraded site. It is a strong testament to the willingness of CIC to work with government in addressing the triple bottom line of social, economic and environmental responsibility. The development won many awards including the national 2003 HIA Housing Award for Special Accommodation of the Year.

Eastern Valley Rise, ACT

This project in the Tuggeranong Valley to the south of Canberra provided CIC with the opportunity to develop and market good quality residential blocks in the middle price range within the ACT. The greenfields site was acquired at an ACT Government restricted auction. It provided for 625 dwellings, most with attractive views over the Tuggeranong Valley to the Brindabella Range beyond.

At Eastern Valley Rise, particular attention was given to creating a sense of openness relating to the expansive feel of the Tuggeranong Valley, while at the same time creating special places within the project where sensitive architectural and streetscape controls helped to deliver attractive, integrated higher density environments. Eastern Valley Rise effectively completed the major ACT development front in the Tuggeranong Valley and was extremely well received by the local community.

Harcourt Hill, ACT

Focused around an 18-hole championship golf course known as the Gold Creek Country Club, Harcourt Hill has become the most prestigious residential address on Canberra's urban fringe. The project was a joint venture with the ACT Government. It was commenced by a Sydney based company (Cygnet Corporation Pty Ltd) but, after the completion of around 550 lots the project stalled. In 1998, CIC Australia acquired Cygnet, restructured the project with the assistance of the ACT Government, and worked closely with the Government to deliver a new community of great repute.

Comprising some 1500 dwellings, the Country Club (including an indoor pool, gymnasium and tennis courts), numerous playgrounds, a high school, combined Government and Catholic primary schools, a pre-school and local retail and commercial facilities, Harcourt Hill established new benchmarks in community development in the ACT.

Jerrabomberra Park, NSW

There is no better example of CIC Australia's approach to building communities than Jerrabombera Park.

A high quality residential precinct south-east of Canberra, Jerrabomberra Park was CIC’s original project. The masterplan comprised some 1800 dwellings, and associated retail, educational, sporting and leisure facilities, as well as extensive areas set aside for the protection of the environment. Named HIA Housing Estate of the Year four times, the estate is now one of the region's most desirable addresses, with steadily increasing values and high demand.

CIC was responsible for all works, including major infrastructure to the project. The works included entry connection roads to the joining arterial system, major sewer and water mains, sewer pump stations, playing fields and a major water quality lake and associated pollutant control devices, as well as the normal subdivision components of a project of this size.

CIC also designed, constructed and leased the Jerrabomberra Community Centre, and designed, constructed and leased the Jerrabomberra Shopping Centre, a local centre with five tenancies, to serve the community needs. In some sections of the estate, dwellings were also designed and supervised by CIC.

Little Burra, NSW

Little Burra was a significant project in that it demonstrated the very real benefits of the New South Wales Community Title legislation in the creation of unique rural communities in a more sustainable form. CIC developed the former grazing property about 35 minutes south of Canberra as a joint venture with the land owner.

The 66 home sites offered a standard of convenience beyond that of many rural sites. All blocks were fully fenced, with attractive entry ways and gates. Underground power and telecommunications were provided to all lots, together with a reticulated non-potable water supply, owned and operated by the Little Burra Community Association. Specific controls and initiatives were agreed with the New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service to provide protection of sensitive woodland areas within the site. Little Burra won the HIA Housing Estate of the Year award in 2002. The development was completed and the final blocks sold in mid-2003.

Otway Terrace, ACT

CIC acquired the Otway Terrace site from the Gungahlin Development Authority during 1999. Otway Terrace was the first housing to be constructed in the new Gungahlin Town Centre, on the north side of Canberra. The site was acquired with existing approval in place for a total of 27 dwellings, comprising a mix of terrace houses, duplex homes, apartments and free-standing homes.

CIC's involvement in this project was primarily to demonstrate a commitment to leadership in the Canberra market, and to show a willingness to innovate. The project helped CIC build a working relationship with the Gungahlin Development Authority and its successor, the ACT Land Development Agency (LDA) which has been of benefit in subsequent joint venture projects.

In many ways Otway Terrace was a forerunner to many of the higher density, and in particular terrace housing projects CIC has completed since then. It set a new benchmark for Canberra, and due to its unique and adaptable design has facilitated a gradual evolution into a mixed use precinct.

The Meadows, ACT

The Meadows, north-west of Canberra City in the suburb of Dunlop, was a joint venture between CIC and eight of Canberra's leading builders. It provided for the development of some 400 dwellings, including detached homes, dual-frontage terrace-style dwellings, town houses and 'four pack' housing.

As The Meadows was located adjacent to grasslands of high ecological value, the urban design and civil construction were planned to recognise and protect the significance of the grasslands, both during and after construction. At The Meadows, CIC was one of the first companies in Australia to mandate the use of rain water tanks for each new home in a greenfields estate, supplying a proprietory rainwater tank system plumbed directly to toilets in each home.

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Financial Strength Ratios

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  Payout ratio Current EV/Free Cash Flow Interest coverage Total debt/total equity
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Income Statement Revenue EBITD Earnings before taxes Net Income available to common Earnings before taxes Normalized Earnings per Share, Normalized, Excluding Extraordinary Items, Avg. Diluted Shares Outstanding
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  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

Turnover Asset Inventory Receivables
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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

Growth Rates Revenue % EPS Dividend Revenue/Share Book Value Per Share Capital Spending Net Profit Margin
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CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjSalesQ ProjSalesQH ProjSalesQL ProjSalesQNumOfEst Price2ProjSales
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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EPSActualQ EPSPrevQ EPSSurpriseQ EPSSurpriseQPrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Strong Buy Buy Hold Underperform Sell Total
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Target Price

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