Perth Surf Park Submits Development Application, Aiming For 2025 Open Date

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The soon-to-be largest surf park in the Southern Hemisphere moved another step closer this week after develop Aventuur submitted its Development Application for the Perth Surf Park.

After signing the long term ground lease for their Cockburn site earlier this year, it puts the park in full-steam-ahead mode, with an expected open date of early 2025.

The news also comes with an exciting new renders of the development, which include a large green space/festival site and some cool retro caravans overlooking the park.

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“We’re thrilled to reach this milestone in our campaign to bring a world-class surf park to the West,” said Aventuur Chairman Andrew Ross, who is also a Cockburn resident. “Perth has a rich surfing culture, and we’re stoked to create a new hub for our community to enjoy.”

Ross also announced the park’s buildings will be 5 Green Star-rated, part of the full hub which will include a 56-module Wavegarden Cove surfing lagoon, a high performance surf academy, health and wellness centre, beach club, quality bars and restaurants, casual workspaces, retail stores, regular events and on-site accommodation.

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Looking west.

Tourism Council WA CEO Evan Hall welcomed the news of the DA submission: “Aventuur has a history of delivering successful tourism experiences, and we are delighted to see the ongoing commitment by Aventuur to the sustainable development of WA’s coastline,” said Hall.

Along with creating over 260 jobs during construction, the park is expected to be contributing over a quarter of a billion dollars to the WA economy over its lifespan.

The park will be located on Prinsep Road in Jandakot, and subject to approvals being received, is expected to open to the public in 2025.

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