Eden Project plans $150m ecotourism site for Victorian coalmine

Joint venture aims to turn Alcoa’s open-cut mine site into Anglesea project near Great Ocean Road

A UK charity that redeveloped a china clay quarry in Cornwall into a major ecotourism project has its eyes on Alcoa’s former coalmine in Anglesea, Victoria.

The Eden Project and Alcoa announced a plan to turn a portion of the site into a $150m ecotourism attraction based around Anglesea’s coastal location. They say they will seek input from the community.

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