HM Design was the lead Landscape Architect and worked with a local Landscape Architect of Record. The existing camping site is in a fragile location and with high visitor usage (one of the most popular camping sites in whole of Australia). The team’s approach was to demonstrate how an integrated master site planning and eco-design approach can increase the level of environmental protection, recognise cultural heritage values and improve the quality of holiday experience. The planting palate featured only native trees and shrubs comprised mainly of bush-tucker and koala bear food. The Overall Camping Site master plan included accommodations (eco-shacks, camper trailer and caravan sites, cabins, powered and unpowered tents), cooking stations, restrooms, play areas, beach boardwalks etc. The First-phase project – Eco-Glamping Shacks opened to the public in August 2014.