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The Ningaloo Lighthouse Project

The Ningaloo
Lighthouse Project

A world-class project nestled at the foot of Vlamingh Head.

A world-class project nestled at the foot of Vlamingh Head.

The design will take into account the impact on significant flora and fauna, preservation of remote values and landscape character.

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Designed by internationally renowned Kerry Hill Architects, the project will be carefully designed to respond sensitively to the area’s unique landscape and retain the semi-remote visitor experience.

Guests will be able to choose from a mix of accommodation options, including eco tents, villas, caravan park bays and hotel rooms.

The project will create hundreds of local jobs in Exmouth and utilise local businesses for construction.

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The project.

With direct access to the Ningaloo Marine Park and Cape Range National Park, the project will deliver a high-quality redevelopment of the site’s existing caravan park, showcasing a diverse range of accommodation options and associated amenities that will feature a mix of:

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The economic benefits.

The $85 million redevelopment will be carefully designed to blend in seamlessly with the unique landscape and character of the Vlamingh Head precinct. It will help drive sustained economic growth in Exmouth by creating year-round jobs and opportunities for local businesses.

The redevelopment will further enhance the successful Ningaloo tourism brand and increase domestic and international visitation, which will benefit the region.

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The historical Vlamingh Head Lighthouse.

As part of Tattarang’s vision for the precinct, a signature viewing deck would be constructed at the top of Vlamingh Head to allow visitors better access to the existing lighthouse and allow stunning, panoramic views of the surrounding site. The plans include a function area and supporting infrastructure – including new toilets and improved parking.

Watching the sunset at the Exmouth Lighthouse is one of Western Australia’s iconic tourism experiences that Tattarang hopes to improve for locals and visitors, while safeguarding the site.

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Supporting the Exmouth community.

Tattarang is committed to working closely with the Exmouth community and has commenced a whole of the town engagement program. Among many opportunities, exploring ways to increase the involvement of Traditional Owners across the regions tourism sector in partnership with dedicated stakeholders is underway.

Throughout the construction and operation of the property, permanent access to the coast and beach adjacent to the property will remain.

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Preservation of the Ningaloo Coast’s natural environment.

The design of the resort has been carefully considered to respect the environmental and landscape character of the area, and to retain the low-key, low-impact nature of tourism operations at Vlamingh Head.

The design will take into account the impact on significant flora and fauna, preservation of remote values and landscape character, management of coastal hazards and bushfire risk, and the implementation of on-site wastewater recycling and solar power generation initiatives.

Tattarang continues to undertake significant work to minimise effects on native wildlife and the broader natural environment.

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