People keen to know more about a proposed eco-tourist resort at Princetown have the chance at two upcoming information sessions.
The first session will be held on Saturday from 11am-3pm at the Princetown Tavern. Another will be held on November 5 at the same venue.
Permit applications for the development have been lodged with Corangamite Shire and the Environmental Protection Authority. Both are open for public comment until November 10.
EPA development assessments manager Tim Faragher said company Montarosa Pty Ltd proposed to construct an eco-lodge with 20 rooms and 20 eco-cabins on the site.
“The development would also include a restaurant, lookout structure, office, pool and a day spa,” he said.
Mr Faragher said that the site was not currently connected to a sewer system but the applicant wanted to treat sewage generated by the resort and irrigate the resulting treated wastewater on site.
“The proposal says a wastewater treatment plant would receive wastewater from the rest of the site.”