Wetland international

ENERGY (mitigation)

Eco villages

Building with nature

Problem area - flood vulnerability

Created at: 15 Jul 2021


Nunduk is an Off Grid - Health and Wellbeing Facility using regenerative sustainability principles. The proposed land for this project is located on the southern shores of the remote Lake Wellington in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. The facility will be a multi -faceted development demonstrating world leadership in Heath And Wellbeing Programs, Biophilic Design and Environmental Sustainability. The development is underpinned by site specific geothermal assets servicing the spas hot spring bathing and as well a diverse installation of renewable energy resources and systems supporting the facility’s Net Carbon Positive operational model .

The site’s ecology continues to be significantly degraded from the effects of salinization attributed to climate change. The Project is located within the 60,000 Hectare Gippsland Lakes UNESCO RAMSAR protected wetland designated system. The Project has been developed in acknowledgement and consultation with the Gunaikurnai the traditional owners of this country.

The development plans to use a touch lightly approach preserving significant and valuable habitat and regenerate degraded areas to create land with improved ecological value. Lifted above the salt layer, this Project aspires to bring back a broader diversity and vitality to the natural environment.

The Project Received Local Government Planning Approval July 2019 and Approved by the Governors In Council February 2021

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