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$230m Port Stephens eco-resort awaiting approval

June 19, 2015 10:50 am Category: Australia & New Zealand, Latest News A+ / A-
The Bay Resort will have beautiful beaches and wine country nearby Photo: autopiatours.com.au

The Bay Resort will have beautiful beaches and wine country nearby
Photo: autopiatours.com.au

A Korean developer is behind plans for a $230 million five-star eco resort at Port Stephens on Australia’s eastern seaboard.

The low-rise sustainable hotel and serviced apartment development is planned for Anna Bay, a suburb of Port Stephen’s on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. Port Stephens is a popular tourist destination offering travellers access to beaches and the Hunter Valley, one of the country’s most popular wine-growing regions, and a must-see attraction for international travellers staying in Sydney.

Korean developer Raphael Shin currently has plans for the international eco hotel and serviced apartments awaiting approval by the NSW government.

The Bay Resort, as the 150-room hotel and 219-serviced apartment development will be called, will feature a convention centre, 700-seat theatre, cafes and restaurants, and theatre on the 40-hectare site.

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