A key feature of the resort is its eco-sustainability.
It really is all about ‘green space’ at Highview Waters, with a maximum of 62 cabins on the property, one road and one row of dwellings.
The infrastructure will include installation of long lasting recycled-plastic bollards, outdoor furniture and signage. Decks will be constructed from recycled composite decking boards and other materials selected will be sustainable wherever possible.
The resort will be governed by strict guidelines to ensure that its overarching design, including uniform cabin exteriors, is stylish and appropriate to the image we want to portray.
The park will be free from ugly carports and small shed-like arrangements.
The property is perfectly positioned only five minutes’ drive from the thriving hub of Echuca and walking distance from local wineries, so its anticipated that the resorts guest will also contribute to the local economy as they enjoy the region’s many restaurant and wineries. The fast moving consumer goods sector will also benefit from the influx of additional visitors, as will the trades and services sector.