Eco-village in motion

Augusta Margaret River Times
The first Witchcliffe Eco-Village lots are expected to go on sale in April.
Camera IconThe first Witchcliffe Eco-Village lots are expected to go on sale in April.

The first sods have finally been turned at the ambitious Witchcliffe Eco-Village project.

Perth-based contractor Wormall Civil will lead the civil works for the first three stages.

“Starting construction is a huge milestone that’s been more than a decade in the making,” founder Mike Hulme said.

“It’s also the realisation of a long-held dream to create a highly sustainable and resilient community that sets a new sustainability benchmark for residential developments.”

Sales of the first 64 lots are expected in April, with the eco-village to host public presentations and walking tours.

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