The Table Cape Resort will be an internationally recognised luxury resort built at Table Cape and will provide over 98 ongoing jobs with a total project cost of $55M.
The Tasmanian tourism industry is in great demand, enjoying exponential growth through interstate and international visitors. Table Cape Enterprises aims to design and build an internationally recognised luxury resort (Table Cape Resort) and associated facilities located on the headland of Table Cape on the North West Coast of Tasmania.
Table Cape Resort will be designed as a 60 room facility with all suites facing the ocean and featuring a closed balcony with a wet area that with a private hot tub. The accommodation will cater to the high-end leisure tourists, primarily to couples’ markets.
The resort will also include a fine dining signature restaurant with breathtaking views over the ocean and mountains, a dedicated area especially designed for wedding ceremonies, a meeting room for small seminars and events, a bar and lounge, a gym and fitness centre, swimming pool, car parking and day spa.
The design of the development blends in with the rural landscape and adeptly utilises the spectacular and unique attributes of the location at Table Cape. It adopts a low profile which minimises visual impact. Other key components of the project that are committed to environmental sustainability include state of the art water recycling system and reuse, harvested rainwater, green roof reducing stormwater runoff and increasing thermal performance of the building, minimisation of agricultural land loss – ability to grow flowers and crops on green roof, utilisation of solar power on rooftops of resort rooms, use of natural raw materials including stone and Tasmanian timber.
Table Cape Enterprises is currently looking for a Joint Venture for the $55M project that will provide 98 ongoing full time jobs and 234 construction jobs.