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New WA Hot Springs Development Approved

It took several years, a high-profile council row and state government intervention, but the $25 million riverfront Tawarri Hot Springs development has been given the green light.

The luxury wellness retreat, which comprises pools, saunas, a restaurant and café spanning 5500 square metres of the historic Dalkeith Hot Pool site, was touted as a world-class tourism drawcard which could attract as many as 140,000 visitors annually.

The project proposes using a bore to the Yarragadee aquifer to fill and heat the pools. It had initially been slated for completion in late 2023, but the current works program indicates it could be another 18 months before construction begins.


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