Cairns Quality Homes wins at Master Builders’ Housing and Construction Awards

We are pleased to announce that Cairns Quality Homes have won an award for our Whipbird Close Display Home in Smithfield. The Master Builders’ annual Housing and Construction Awards was held on Saturday 13th August to recognise those at the forefront of construction innovation and quality craftsmanship.

The Dyson Display Home at Whipbird Close, Smithfield won the Far North Queensland Housing Award for Display Homes and will now be considered for the State Awards to be held in October.

The industry recognition further cements our reputation as Cairns’ premier house builder, whilst also highlighting our commitment to delivering architectural unique designs that are both affordable and practical.

Visit the Master Builders website for more information on the Awards.

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