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Prime tourism site for hotel/ accommodation

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Bindoon Arms_2013-06-20_1Every once in a while an opportunity comes along that can shift the status quo. When the Bindoon Bakehaus was launched on the Bindoon strip it put the town on the map and became a beacon for day trippers and a comfort stop for many.

This prime townsite development block is available for someone to build a vision that could finish off what the bakery started and complete the town as a tourism destination.

This unique block of 4743sqm has the potential to open up Binda Place and create an all-important townsite hub. Zoned townsite the block offers extensive commercial opportunities.

Bindoon has the potential to be a weekend destination to which the urban population can escape. This block provides an ideal strategic location to provide much needed rural tourism infrastructure such as accommodation within the region. As shown in the artists impression there is commercial scope for
a country hotel with 17, rooms offering 3-4 star accommodation. Combine this accommodation with a casual bar & grill (local meat of course) and you have the ingredients for a welcome weekend escape and a popular town gathering place.

Such a development as pictured, would also unlock the value of such a corner position, with the potential to extend Binda Place through to Gray Road, tapping into local traffic living in Bindoon Country Club and future sub-division developments.

West of the block faces Needonga Lake which provides nature reserve appeal – birds and other attractions. The site is also on the doorstep for existing and future walk trail tourism developments. Pending successful grant application Clune Park will become the trailhead for up to 4 walk trails which will offer welcome weekend escape destination activities.

As a bonus there is already a commercial property on site which you could lease while you plan or sit and wait to act on the vision. There is evidence in the 2012 Shire of Chittering Strategic Community Plan that such a development is supportive of community and shire aspirations.

According to the Plan, the community’s Economic aspiration is, “Our communities would like Chittering to develop as a local government that promotes and fosters current and new economic development, continuing to brand Chittering as a day/ weekend tourist destination. Statements from the Community included, “Tourism to be a priority and maintained to a much better standard to encourage visitors to enjoy the beautiful areas around the district – more accommodation/caravan park.”

To the developer, a chance to invest and enjoy years of future financial returns, having a foothold on a major tourism precinct less than 1 hour north of Perth. Only 30 minutes from the proposed Maze, Outback Splash with phase 1 expected to attract more than 90,000 visitors to the region.

Available by expressions of Interest by 1st November to Jackie Shervington jackie@vnw.com.au or 0419 045 783