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Queensland Plans New Underwater Hotel

Dexus Completes Industrial Estate in Western Sydney
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Underwater hotels around the world include the delayed Shimao Wonderland Intercontinental in Shanghai, still under construction.

While the Mantra Resort in Zanzibar in Tanzania will set visitors back $1500 a night (lead image), and the ultra-luxury Conrad Rangali Island underwater hotel in the Maldives, which sits five metres below the surface, costs its guests up to $11,710 a night.

Underwater plans for the southern area of the Great Barrier Reef’s new hotel take a smaller and environmental approach.

The pontoon is planned to be 36 metres by 12 metres and offer accommodation for up to 24 people, expected to cost visitors up to $550 a night.

“All the decking on the pontoon is made from recycled materials and every lineal metre of our decking has 50 recycled milk bottles in it,” Lady Musgrave Experience managing director Brett Lakey said.

“So there’s great longevity of our lagoon and for our Pontoon design.”

Related: Europe’s First Underwater Restaurant Opens