MAY 2020


'We are thrilled to have the green light'

Council gives the thumbs-up for $8.5m development at Bunbury holiday park

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THE Discovery Parks Bunbury Foreshore holiday park in WA is all set for an impressive $8.5 million makeover.

The City of Bunbury council has approved the new development which will see an increase in accommodation and a new splash park for locals and tourists.

It will include tourist cabins and both powered and unpowered camp sites and landscaping using land acquired from the city.

Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan said the development was another exciting step for the new-look Koombana precinct and proved confidence in the city remained high.

"That land, at a fantastic and unique location, has been calling out for development for years and it is great to see Discovery Parks' plans to help make it reach its potential," he said.

"I congratulate Discovery Parks for the work it has done and for further investing in our amazing City."

Discovery Holiday Parks chief operating officer Michaela Webster said the development came at an exciting time.

"We're thrilled to have the green light on our entire suite of plans to upgrade Discovery Parks Bunbury, from new accommodation to a splash park that will be available for both tourist and community use," she said.

"While it has been a challenging time for tourism, once restrictions begin to be lifted many Australians will be seeking affordable holidays within their own backyards.

"Improvements to our Bunbury property are hoped to make the region an even more attractive prospect to Aussie families holidaying at home."


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