Reject planning permission for a large resort for the beautiful Cape Bridgewater, Victoria

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We, the undersigned, request that the Glenelg Shire Council reject proposal 19181, for the development of a 238 bed, five-level resort proposed for the top of Cape Bridgewater, a location significant for its seal cave, superb beach and being the highest coastal cliff in Victoria.

We believe a resort of this size and style will completely destroy the visually spectacular Cape for locals and tourists, including those who revel in the natural beauty of the Great South West walk.

We believe the eight main buildings facing the bay, planned to cover an area larger than the MCG, is completely out of character with the low impact, small-scale settlement of Bridgewater Bay.

We believe the conservation of this unique area, rich with archaeological artefacts of the Gunditjmara people, is paramount and must remain the priority for any planned development. 

We call on the Glenelg Shire Council to reject this planning application.