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Plans for a multi-million dollar resort 15 minutes from Gawler revealed

Plans to build a multi-storey resort in the Barossa have been proposed, with spaces big enough for the whole family.

Plans to build a mammoth restort, titled ‘Sandy Creek Resort’, on the outskirts of the Barossa have been recently tabled.

The plans unveiled for this monumental development include a lavish 81 suites and 22 detached villas set to grace the landscape.

The sprawling main building will be the main feature, promising unrivalled views for every guest. From the underground sanctuary of spa and gym facilities to the ground floor’s draw card with a bistro and commercial kitchen.

From there, each floor unveils its own treasures. A awaits on the first floor, alongside 18 guest rooms, while the second floor boasts another level of luxury with and an additional rooms for guests to book. Above, a lavish rooftop sanctuary houses 37 guest rooms, including a manager’s suite and mezzanine hideaways, while the third floor offers panoramic views and three deluxe accommodations.

But the excitement doesn’t end there. Venture beyond the main building to discover 22 secluded villa sanctuaries, clustered in groups of two to four, forming nine exclusive enclaves. With 14 one-bedroom havens, two spacious two-bedroom escapes, and six sprawling three-bedroom retreats.

Each villa is complete with your own kitchen, inviting living area, and private outdoor space. And for those seeking even grander adventures, certain villas seamlessly connect, catering to larger families or group gatherings.

Outside will complement the build with a number of native, breakout gardens and large grass areas for guests to enjoy along with an outdoor bar area.

Slated less than 15 minutes east of Gawler, a development such as this could be a game changer for the region.

The resort will also be a stones throw from the Sandy Creek Golf Club which is a scenic 18-hole, par 72 course spanning 6030 meters, offering the ultimate golfing adventure.

It is just one of the many exciting new developments proposed for the region, with the State Government announcing a collaboration with The Barossa Council to embark on a groundbreaking $40 million upgrade to transform the Lyndoch Recreation Park into a premier destination earlier this year.

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