Waterfront hotel for Geraldton

WA TOURISM developer Kareelya Property Group has announced it will build a Broadwater hotel on a prime waterfront site in the Batavia Coast marina in Geraldton.

The company, in conjunction with Broad-water Hospitality, has purchased a 20,432 square metre site from LandCorp which is developing the marina on behalf of the Mid West Development Comm-ission.

Kareelya property Group director Brett Jackson said the company was expanding its involvement in the WA tourism sector with Geraldton’s first boutique hotel and conference facility.

“Purchasing this high profile site in the Batavia Coast Marina has given us the opportunity to tap into the Mid West’s growing tourism market,” Mr Jackson said.

Kareelya’s plans include a $25 million hotel featuring a business and conference centre, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, spas, gymnasium, squash and tennis courts and a café restaurant.

Separate to the hotel, Kareelya will build a mixed-use development, including 11 residential townhouses and a three-storey office building on the corner of Forrest Street and Foreshore Drive.

The Group will also coordinate the development of various retail and tourism shops along an arcade adjoining the hotel, with further retail opportunities along Museum Place. Construction is set to begin next year.

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