Council to vote on new East Coast holiday park

Tasmania's East Coast is a popular spot for holiday makers.
Tasmania's East Coast is a popular spot for holiday makers.

A new holiday park could be created at St Helens Point Road, Stieglitz if the development application is approved by the Break O’Day Council at Wednesday’s meeting.

The plans would see the consolidation of lots to create the park including a café, cabins, camp kitchen, recreation room, amenities building, camp sites and storage sheds.

According to the council agenda the total land area of the proposal encompasses approximately 1.67 hectare.

The development is proposed to occur in four stages with the first stage to include all civil works for the entire site including roads, services and car parking. 

The holiday park will include 24 cabins, powered sites, a playground and jumping pillow, boat parking, bus parking, bike storage, and a manager’s residence using the existing dwelling currently at 8 St Helens Point Road.

Three representations were received by the council, two of which raised concerns in relation to the closure of a portion of Parkside Avenue to make way for the development.

The council meeting will be held at 10am at the St Helens council chambers.