This is the first resort to be built in Australia for Emirates Hotels and Resorts. Providing six-star accommodation in 40 luxury hotel villas supported by a day spa and central building comprising bar, all day dining, fine dining, conference facilities as well as being the focus for the guest arrival point.
Nearby is a network of staff and maintenance quarters with adjacent stables and recreation facilities.
The site, once a cattle grazing property, is being established as a wildlife conservancy.
The development includes new roads and bridges as well as a utilities system which is off-grid for water and sewage. Solar panels are located on the roofs of the villas to provide hot water. Much of the building structure and fabric was prefabricated off site and transported to site for assembling.
The architectural character draws from the language of rural vernacular farm buildings and uses natural materials.