Healesville site with plans for tourism project listed for $8.8 million

Healesville site with plans for tourism project listed for $8.8 million
Healesville site with plans for tourism project listed for $8.8 million

A property site where a tourism project had been planned and located at the gateway to the town of Healesville in Yarra Valley has been listed for sale. 

The site at 11 Maroondah Highway, Healesville is expected to fetch at least $8.8 million.

The 101 acre site earlier had concept plans prepared for a Healesville Mandarin Tourism Project and was rezoned to Special Use Zone Schedule 2 to encourage the development of a tourist precinct. 

The original concept plans allowed for hotel/motel accommodation and self-contained villas, convention facilities including meeting rooms, restaurant and chapel, Chinese landscaped gardens and associated facilities including shops and car parking.

Healesville site with plans for tourism project listed for .8 million

The land has views to nearby mountain ranges, a large dam, cleared and undulating paddocks.

The site is close to the township, wineries and the renowned Healesville Sanctuary where visitors can watch Australian wildlife.

The listing agent is Peter Nunn of Barry Plant.

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Commercial Tourism

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