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Melanie Gebbels

principal lawyer, property and construction

meet Melanie

about Melanie

brisbane office +61 7 3235 0470
legal secretary : joanne bowers-precoma +61 7 3235 0469

about Melanie

For over 20 years, Melanie Gebbels has been applying her real estate and leasing expertise and commercial nous to assist property and developer clients. Whether she is working on a large shopping centre or commercial site acquisition, assisting her clients to manage a portfolio of leased assets or drafting a suite of transaction documents for a development site, Melanie’s ability to quickly drill down and get to know her client’s business and the key aspects of the project at hand helps her achieve great results.

Having worked on major projects across various industries including residential, commercial, retail, manufacturing, industrial waste management, Melanie is superbly positioned to offer both practical and strategic solutions for her clients.

Melanie is currently a member of the Queensland Law Society Property and Development Law Committee.

“Being involved from the very start of a project is important as it means you can play an integral role and add maximum value. And there is nothing more rewarding than having a satisfied client who returns to you time and time again.”

Macpherson Kelley in Queensland is a pre-qualified Local Buy supplier of Legal Services (LB311).


Areas of Expertise

  • Development and joint venture agreements
  • Property and projects including conducting due diligence enquiries
  • Property leasing
  • Property structuring
  • Transactional work


leadership positions

queensland law society property and development law committee