Indiana Perth: What’s Going On With The Revamp Of The Cottesloe Icon?

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It’s been just over a year since the team at Fiveight unveiled plans for the proposed redevelopment of Indiana Perth at Cottesloe Beach.

And now another summer is over, and visitors and residents alike are still waiting to use one of the few showers on site, navigate out-of-date toilets and looking for new dining and accommodation options.

Fiveight’s plan is to increase the offerings at Cottesloe beach, including a 31-room boutique hotel, new beachside drinking and dining options, increased accessibility and a new boat shed for the Cottesloe SLSC, all while retaining the iconic façade of the much-loved Indiana Perth.

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Included in a range of benefits will be the beach becoming more accessible via a 24-7 publicly accessible lift, helping people with a disability, the elderly and parents with prams. The new boatshed will also provide increased storage capacity for the CSLSC, and we don’t think anyone can argue that the toilet and shower situation in Cott is well overdue for an upgrade.

Since the plans for the new Indiana Perth were unveiled, the team at Fiveight have been working to secure approval on proposed redevelopment. But, when you consider Cottesloe’s status as one of WA’s most iconic beaches, there are plenty of people wanting to have their say.

And now’s your chance – whether you support Fiveight’s vision for Indiana Perth, you’re not a fan, or you’d like some more information – you can have your say via the link below:

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Need more information before deciding whether you support the new Indiana Perth? Head to the Indiana Perth Website to learn more about Fiveight’s vision for the new Indiana Perth.

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