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HAMILTON MARINO WINS RESTORATION OF A HERITAGE PLACE AWARD AT NATIONAL TRUST AWARDS
Congratulations to Burnham Beeches builder Hamilton Marino for winning a Restoration of a Heritage Place Award at the National Trust Mornington Peninsula’s Heritage Awards for its careful restoration of The Continental Hotel in Sorrento.
The Trenerry Consortium has brought together the same team that delivered The Continental in Sorrento to Burnham Beeches, with expert Australian builders Hamilton Marino managing the build and restoration process, and global architecture firm Woods Bagot appointed as lead architects and designers.
Having received a Heritage Victoria permit for the entire proposed master plan and the green light for the initial Stage 1 component from Yarra Ranges Council, construction is set to commence in October 2023, once we receive confirmation that the Stage 2 Council Application is supported by Council. The team is looking forward to kicking off works on another significant heritage restoration project.
Burnham Beeches redevelopment: $120m upgrade Six Senses resort approved
A luxury hotel, wellness centre and glamping is coming to the historic Burnham Beeches estate, with a landmark $120m redevelopment plan for the site given the tick of approval.
HAMILTON MARINO NATIONAL TRUST AWARD SUBMISSION
We wish appointed Burnham Beeches builder Hamilton Marino all the best in its nomination for a National Trust Mornington Peninsula Heritage Awards for The Continental Hotel in Sorrento.
Undertaking extensive and urgent heritage works throughout 2020 and 2021, the restoration and renovation of this 135-year-old heritage limestone building has seen The Continental Hotel restored to its former glory.
The same ownership and development team are proud to be working closely together once again on the restoration of the iconic Burnham Beeches. The team is currently readying itself to embark on the next steps in the restoration and development process.
Burnham Beeches lures wellness resort Six Senses to Dandenong Ranges
The historic Burnham Beeches estate in the Dandenong Ranges east of Melbourne will host Australia’s first Six Senses resort and spa as part of plans for a $100 million redevelopment by Trenerry Consortium, backed by the wealthy Smorgon family.
Australian Financial Review
Burnham Beeches' new owners share $100-million plans for luxury hotel, dining and more
The future of the problematic Burnham Beeches redevelopment in Melbourne's Dandenong Ranges has become clearer today with the release of proposed plans from its new owners for a luxury hotel, restaurant, wellness retreat and glamping.
Six Senses to open first Australian resort
Six Senses will open its first Australian property in Victoria.
Burnham Beeches Estate in Victoria’s Dandenong Ranges has been chosen as the location for the first Australian Six Senses Resort and Spa.
The Trenerry Consortium, made up of The Victor Smorgon Group, The Kanat Group and Trenerry Property, the group behind The Continental Hotel in Sorrento, has acquired famed Burnham Beeches in the Dandenong Ranges from former owner Shannon Bennett...
The Hotel Conversation
The Trenerry Consortium has announced the acquisition of the historic, Burnham Beeches in Melbourne’s Yarra Ranges. The transaction was managed directly with the former owners who will hand over the reins of the site’s regeneration....
Sherbrooke locals have hit out at Shannon Bennett for years of “unfulfilled promises” but have cautiously welcomed the buyers of the art deco Burnham Beeches treasure. ...
The Herald Sun
Located adjacent to Sherbrooke Forest, Burnham Beeches is an iconic landmark of the Dandenong Ranges. Reminiscent of an ocean liner, this significant Art Deco three-storey mansion was designed by architect Harry Norris in 1933 for the Nicholas ‘Aspro’ family.