Mick Fanning’s stunning Gold Coast beach house makeover

Mick Fanning’s Bilinga holiday rental property called Rolling Seas
SURF legend Mick Fanning and his fiancee Breeana Randall have thrown out the welcome mat to their newly refurbished beachfront holiday rental property on the Gold Coast.
The luxury three-storey home at Bilinga, known as Rolling Seas, underwent a stunning transformation by Sydney-based styling dynamos, Three Birds Renovations.
It will be offered up to the short-term rental market for those wishing to spend their holiday at the lavish digs originally built in 2014 as a family home for the couple and their son, Xander.
Property records show three-time world champion surfer Fanning paid $3.25m for the beachfront block in 2011.
Mick Fanning and finacee Bree at the Alex Chumpy Pullin fundraiser
In a video tour of the freshly updated property, Fanning said the commanding all-white home was designed as a space for family and friends to relax and enjoy time together.
“The spaces here just help people connect, like having big dinners out on the deck or parties downstairs,” Fanning said.
“It’s such a fun house. We’ve loved living here, we’ve always loved having friends and family come and stay and just having people really enjoy the space.”
Ms Randall said she contacted the Three Birds teams to re-style and furnish the home after searching the internet for design inspiration.
“We just gave them full creative control,” Ms Randall said.
The three-storey house was built as the family’s home
The dining room
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Three Birds Renovations marketing manager Lana Taylor described Rolling Seas as, “one of the most epic properties I have ever seen”.
The house has five bedrooms, with features including an infinity pool, lavish master suite with open ensuite and private oceanview balcony, yoga studio with sauna, media room, wine cellar, loft bedroom and lift.
There’s also a separate double-storey guest cottage with exposed brickwork and copper pipes, open-plan kitchen and private patio.
Vintage-style doors to the main house lead onto an entry foyer and through to a spacious living zone.
The guest cottage features arched windows and exposed brickwork
Inside the guest cottage
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Even the ping-pong table was given a makeover, painted all-white to match the coastal aesthetic, while pastel-toned surf-inspired decor complete the look.
Vintage patterns mix with earthy tones, leading onto a resort-style deck with a sunken lounge, feature breeze block wall, and hanging chairs.
There’s direct beach access through the front gate, and an outdoor shower for washing off the sand before stepping back inside the designer digs.
Interiors on the middle level were inspired by “French chic modern” style, with a monochromatic colour scheme and classic wall prints.
Table tennis with a coastal twist
Living zones lead out to an alfresco deck with hanging chairs
The kitchen has a butler’s pantry, and opens out through a servery window to a spectacular entertaining terrace, with blue-and-white tiled pool, day beds and a lounge area.
A spokesperson for Rolling Seas described the accommodation as, “a bespoke experience, tailored to the specific needs and the requests of our guests”.
“The price point will also be dependent on season and number of guests,” she said.
Three Birds Renovations was founded by Ms Taylor with Erin Cayless and Bonnie Hindmarsh, who have built a huge following for their brand formed around flipping tired houses into dreamy coastal abodes.
The trio — who bonded as wives of their footy player husbands, Jason Taylor, Nathan Cayless and Nathan Hindmarsh — have an Instagram base of just under 1 million, and also run an online renovation school.

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