The southern tip of Australia’s mainland could see construction of a $20 million wilderness resort.
Development approval has been granted for a four-star sustainable eco-resort on a site at Wilsons Promontory near the entrance of the National Park in Victoria.
The proposed 100-hectare site would include a lodge, restaurant and 40 luxury apartments designed by Australian eco architecture firm, EME Designs.
The Property Advisory is marketing the $20 million resort, and Chinese and Singaporean investors are being approached to develop the project.
Despite receiving developmental approval, the proposed development will still have to jump through various hoops before its establishment. Six years has been spent satisfying red tape issues before the site was reclassified for tourism development from its original agricultural zoning.
Also in Victoria, Australian entrepreneur James Baillie is looking to develop an eco resort on the state’s iconic tourist route, the Great Ocean Road.