Cape Bauer Ecotourism Resort, Streaky Bay
The proposal for Cape Bauer Ecotourism Resort by Streaky Bay Group at Streaky Bay.
The development includes the construction of a range of environmentally sustainable tourist, seasonal holiday and rural residential accommodation.
International eco-tourism resort and seasonal holiday accommodation:
- a four to five star ecotourism resort including hotel/motel accommodation, conference facilities, restaurant, commercial areas and a pool - also attached will be 22 self-contained coastal villa accommodation units
- a further 30 individual dwellings on small land parcels as owner-occupied holiday home accommodation.
Approximately 300 rural residential allotments:
- 320 hectares for rural residential allotments numbering 300 land parcels.
Environmental habitat restoration:
- habitat restoration for 47% of the land
- revegetation of marginal primary production land representing 27% of the land.
Assessment stages and documentation
Awaiting formal development application from proponent.
Stage of assessment process
Declaration as major development
3 September 2009
See notice in Government Gazette
Release of guidelines by Development Assessment Commission with level of assessment determined
26 May 2010
Release of assessment document by proponent for public comment
Response by proponent to public and agency comment on assessment document
Assessment report by minister