Feedback invited on resort plans for Carabooda

An artist's impression of Carabooda Village.
An artist's impression of Carabooda Village.

PLANS for tourist accommodation in Carabooda are out for public consultation.

The City of Wanneroo has invited submissions until December 11 on an application for a resort, restaurant and reception centre on the corner of Wanneroo and Trian roads.

The Carabooda Village proposal would provide a tourism service as well as a function centre for events such as weddings with capacity for up to 176 people, and a restaurant open to the general public that could accommodate up to 52 people.

If approved by Wanneroo Council at a future meeting, it would feature 24 chalets with two bedrooms and a bathroom in each as well as three detached motel blocks, with five self-contained units in each building.

An artist’s impression of Carabooda Village.

The plans for 14 Trian Road also include a pool area and activity space, baby animal farm, nature play spaces and parking.

According to a vegetation study, the 9.4ha rural property currently has a house, sheds, established gardens, remnant pasture, a pig pen, and sparse to dense existing tree stands with flooded gums, mature tuarts and a range of smaller trees.

An aerial view of 14 Trian Road, Carabooda.

Visit www.wanneroo.wa.gov.au to make a submission.

The City has also invited feedback on an application for a change of use to holiday house for a Yanchep property.

The short term accommodation proposal would allow up to eight guests to stay in the house at 27 Brazier Road.