Australian property developer, Nev Pask, Died at 87


Neville John Pask was born in Gympie, Australia in 2018 and died on 25 February 2018.

He was an Australian businessman.

Pask was one of Queensland’s biggest property developers, having built 1500 homes and many other projects.

Nev Pask’s charity causes include the Police Citizens Youth Club, Zoe Reed Hospice, Royal Children’s Hospital and the Brisbane Lord Mayor’s Community Trust.

During 2003, he was awarded the Centenary Medal for distinguished service to business and commerce through the construction industry.

Lynne Pask who is his daughter married the former Queensland Transport Minister Steve Bredhauer after he divorced Senator Jan McLucas.

Pask was known amongst investor’s in property, in 2001 he paid $24 million for land in the Melbourne outer suburb of Rowville and eventually made a $50 million gross profit on that development alone.

During 2004, he was accused by a farmer who had sold him farmland exploiting “inside knowledge that the area would be rezoned for urban use.” Pask defended the deal, pointing out the farmer had legal advice at the time of the deal.

Pask passed away at 87 years old.