Australian cyber security expert has listed his Minyama Island mansion

This could quite possibly be the ‘most secure’ home in Australia.

Cyber security expert Gregory Clark, the former Symantec CEO, has listed his Mediterranean style mansion, located on the exclusive Minyama Island in Queensland.

Described as a “sophisticated riverfront mansion” on the listing by Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom property at 7 Minyama Island is a sight to behold.

A sense of grandeur is felt with decorative ceiling mouldings, chandeliers, marble floors and stone terraces.

Minyama Island mansion
An Australian cyber security expert is selling his lavish five-bedroom Minyama Island mansion. Photo: Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty

Those with culinary interests will delight in the huge entertainer’s kitchen with its stone benchtops, large island and ample cabinetry.

There is also a full outdoor kitchen, as well as an outdoor pool, 84 metre long private waterfront boardwalk and floating boat pontoon.

Having been owned by a cyber security expert, you can ensure the property is fitted out with the most secure technology.

Minyama Island mansion, QLD
The property boasts decorative ceiling mouldings, chandeliers and an attention to detail. Photo: Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty
Minyama Island mansion
There’s ample space for entertaining with stone terraces, a pool room, swimming pool and gardens. Photo: Queensland Sotheby’s International Realty

According to PriceFinder, Gregory Clark has owned the mansion for just under 10 years.

The home has CCTV and an alarm system, along with indoor and outdoor CBUS system smart wiring lighting and audio.

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