Janine Allis

Boost Juice founder sells ‘Mad Max’ beach house

PHOTO: Janine Allis

Boost Juice founder and franchise heavyweight Janine Allis has offloaded her Fairhaven beach house for a whopping $10 million.

Ms Allis has owned the Great Ocean Road property for more than two decades, purchasing what was then a humble beach shack back in 2000 for $1.1 million in her husband Jeff’s name.

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The shack, and now mansion, is a celebrity in its own right, after featuring in George Miller’s 1979 seminal movie Mad Max.

The “Mad Max” beach house was subject to an extensive makeover some years ago and now stands tall as a three-storey mansion with superlative views and direct access to Fairhaven beach.

The 3008-square-metre property is bordered predominantly by Crown land and features five bedrooms, six bathrooms, parking for four, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a media and games room.

The sale of 310 Great Ocean Road was handled by Great Ocean Road Properties of Aireys Inlet, and director Marty Maher said it was a record-breaking price for the region.

“It’s a record sale for the Surf Coast, and I thought it was worth it – it was just a matter of finding the right buyer,” Mr Maher said.

Boost Juice founder Janine Allis has sold her Fairhaven beach house for $10 million. Photo: Domain