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Brighthouse Appointed to Investigate New Caravan Park for Mandurah

Brighthouse has been appointed to produce a demand analysis, pre-feasibility study and concept design for a contemporary modern holiday park on the superb site bounded by the Peel Estuary and Dawesville Channel at Thisbe Drive, Dawesville that was identified in the earlier blog article "New Caravan park for Mandurah".

We understand, from our work on the strategic report that informed the $40.7 million WA Caravan and Camping Action Plan, the unmet demand for quality, affordable family accommodation in the Mandurah and Peel region, the lack of which results in diminished opportunities for local businesses who service tourist visitors and a lack of investment in local infrastructure, like boating facilities and parks and gardens that greater tourism visitation would bring about.

We also recognise the important nature of the proposed site to the community that lives in the immediate vicinity and the wider area, as well as the many visitors who frequent the locality for recreation.

We are determined that the design concept we propose should include input from all of the above stakeholders, government and other agencies and potential users of the proposed facility. We hope that this consultation process will result in not only an iconic tourism accommodation facility design that could become the benchmark for all future similar developments, but a place that brings real, measurable benefits to the local community.

For this we need your participation and help.

We have opened this Facebook Group page: so that you can post your views, ideas, comments and feedback on our design concepts and other information on the proposed holiday park.

A short online survey can be accessed here or on the Facebook page and will help us collate all your suggestions.

Please join our group, visit us regularly and help get the best possible outcome.

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