With World Environment Day taking place on 5 June, this month we are focusing on sustainability and the great outdoors. GemLife resorts’ premium locations are surrounded by a multitude of spots perfect for getting some quality green time, especially now that restrictions are easing.
GemLife is committed to corporate environmental responsibility to protect the environment, and conserve energy and natural resources. Not only are our homes built with energy-efficient standard inclusions, such as solar PV panels and energy-efficient lighting, GemLife is also committed to innovative sustainability practises in the management of our resorts.
Thanks to good weather throughout May, we continued to see excellent momentum with construction across all our sites.
On the Sunshine Coast at GemLife Maroochy Quays, Stage Three civil works have been completed, as has the piling for the resort’s boardwalk and jetty, and the outdoor swimming pool has been poured. Boardwalk construction and in-ground works on the resort’s stunning two-storey country club are now well under way. It is expected the slab for the country club will be poured by the end of July.
Construction has been powering ahead at our premium resort, GemLife Pacific Paradise, with homes taking shape and it’s great to see the resort entry and managers’ residence coming along.
At GemLife Bribie Island, the second stage of the resort’s biological floating wetland treatment system, located by the dog park, is progressing and is expected to be completed this month.
At our idyllic Highfields resort, civil works on stages three and four has begun, as has bulk earthworks in Stage Five as well as the construction of a maintenance access track for a revegetation and rehabilitation program.
Excitement is growing at our Woodend resort for the completion of the beautiful lakeside country club, currently on track to be wrapped up by the end of June. Stage Three civil works have been progressing well and are expected to finish by month’s end.
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