Australian press reports on Crystal Lagoons’ next plans for Oceania22 May, 2017 / News
The popular Australian newspaper Daily Telegraph has recently reported on Crystal Lagoons’ next plans for Oceania.
Tropical North Queensland could be home to a new Crystal Lagoons’ project in Australia, following the previous announcement of the company’s first agreement in Australia to create a 2.2 hectare lagoon as the centrepiece of a new 1,000 home residential development in Cairns.
The lagoon will extend 700 metres through the centre of the Botanica development and allow the majority of apartments, townhouses and villas in the $200 million master-planned community to enjoy a waterfront location where residents can swim and sail in safe environment inside the man-made crystalline lagoon.
The precinct will also feature a beach club, restaurants, cafes, walking trails, tennis courts, sporting fields, commercial space and 8km of landscaped gardens. Tree planting has already begun on the 32 hectare site.
Crystal Lagoons Oceania Director German Rocca said the signing of the agreement marked an important milestone for the US-based technology company and the developer, Botanica Property Group.
“The lagoon at Botanica signals a turning point in Australian real estate development,” said Mr Rocca. “Crystal Lagoons offers the world’s top amenity and the future residents of Botanica will be the first in Australia to enjoy the lifestyle benefits of an idyllic beach and the pristine water of a man-made lagoon in their backyard.
Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size crystal clear lagoons at very low costs.