Abrolhos Investments is a Western Australian company investing in sustainable eco-living spaces. Abrolhos Project is 4 hours north of Perth, WA. It is a Special Use land zoned for Tourism Development in the Mid-West Planning Strategy. It comprises 142 hectares with 730 metres of beach frontage with these tourism assets in our planning:

  • Hot Springs & Cabins Tourism Destination (Abrolhos Hot Springs)
  • Short Stay Freehold Sub-Division for Holiday Villas (Abrolhos Seascape)
  • Families Eco-Resort & Playground
  • Luxury 5-star Eco-Resort
  • Conservation Park

Abrolhos Hot Springs

A unique tourism destination on some 25 hectares that is underpinned by a geothermal hotsprings development for health and wellness in line with Tourism WA hotsprings research.

We will begin with a pilot hotsprings public bathing project with 18 cabins and up to 50 cabins over 3 years.

Abrolhos Seascape

We are finalising a masterplan for the sub-division of 25 hectares into 130 Lots of between 1,000 – 10,000 sq.mtrs with built forms designed using green sustainability guidelines completely supported by a solar farm, geothermal heating and other infrastructure. This development utilises the recently legislated Community Titles Scheme for land development.

Purchasers of each freehold sub-division will be required to adhere to sustainability guidelines for building short stay holiday villas as well as use of the community facilities and conservation land.


We are currently in discussions with luxury resort operators on 10 hectares of coastal land behind the foreshore reserve for 2 eco-resorts. These will cater for families as well as premium eco-tourists (domestic and international) with a helipad linking the resorts to the Abrolhos Islands, promoting Mid-West tourism.

Land Conservation

Over 50 hectares of coastal land will be set aside for conservation and nature. The message is land conservation in parallel with land development, preserving and promoting native flora and fauna, protected via a land covenant over the land, to be reviewed every 25 years.