|Traded as||ASX: SDG|
|Headquarters||Gold Coast, Australia|
|Key people||Sahba Abedian, Managing director|
|Website||Sunland Group Limited|
Sunland Group Limited (ASX: SDG) is an Australian development company headquartered in South East Queensland, Australia. The company was founded in 1983 by Iranian Australian businessman Soheil Abedian with the creation of the tallest residential over commercial building in the Southern hemisphere.
In September 2013, the Supreme Court in Melbourne awarded costs against Sunland, and its chairman Abedian in a case involving allegations of property fraud in Dubai. "The trial judge said Sunland had run the case "for ulterior motive or in wilful disregard of the facts or clearly established law" and slammed the credibility of Sunland's witnesses, Sunland executive David Brown and chairman Soheil Abedian. Sunland Group profits halved after failed legal bid against Dubai duo Matthew Joyce and Angus Reed