There is a proposed eco-tourism park development application which will be a few minutes drive away from Baldivis.
The Development is proposed to be built within the Shire of Serpentine and Jarrahdale border on a 50 hectare site at 70 O’Neill Road in Hopeland.
The application consists of
A total of 208 transportable units are proposed across the site. These units will be a mix of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom units to ensure that the proposed development caters to the different requirements of the patrons visiting the site.
community and recreational facilities including a clubhouse, outdoor gathering/play areas, shops, water features, a cafe, childcare facilities and accompany administration areas.
With respect to the eco-tourism aspect, the proposed development includes:
o Hydroponic greenhouses;
o Stock farm area;
o Recreational fishing ponds;
o Botanical park/garden; and
o Farm processing workshop.
A total of 46,640L of potable water is required daily with the water source being a mix of treated rainwater and trucked in fresh water.
A total of 40,810L of non-potable water is required daily with the water source being treated bore water.
A total of 71,900L of water for landscape irrigation is required with the water source being treated greywater.
As the proposed development plan includes 245 car parking bays and 27 boat and caravan parking bays, the development is not envisaged to have any parking issues.
The Shire of Serpentine/Jarrahdale are inviting Submissions and which closes at 5pm on Monday 12 November 2018.
To see the full plans, or to make a submission head to the Shire website – http://www.sjshire.wa.gov.au/your-say/public-comment/development-application-for-a-tourism-park/