Fernando Fischmann

Club Moolia Announces Perth’s First Crystal Lagoons® Amenity in Exclusive Community

16 February, 2021 / News
A young lady in a yellow dress and a young man sit on a lounger with their feet in a crystalline man-made lagoon

Set to light up Western Australia in 2022, Club Moolia has announced it will be anchored by Perth’s first 2,5-acre crystalline water amenity by Crystal Lagoons® and Asia-Pacific’s first automotive country club.

Comprising 3,000 acres, the country club has attracted race enthusiasts, celebrities, and high net worth individuals from all over the Asia-Pacific with its prime location, wide range of amenities and sheer beauty.

Limited to only 600 members, the club will be an exciting yet quaint sanctuary for those fortunate enough to obtain an admission.

Outside of automobile fanatics, water sport enthusiasts will also find numerous experiences to enjoy from dawn to dusk.

A myriad of water sports

Club Moolia and Crystal Lagoons, renowned developer of man-made crystalline turquoise water lagoons, have partnered to develop a center of unique amenities like none other.

World leader in water research and development, Crystal Lagoons has patented a revolutionary state-of-the-art technology that requires 100 times fewer chemicals and just 2% of the energy of conventional swimming pools, while maintaining an impeccable standard of cleanliness and hygiene.

At Club Moolia’s 2,5-acre lagoon, members will have the unique opportunity to enjoy a myriad of water sports, including kayaking, snorkeling, paddle-boating, and admire the scenic view of the lagoon and surrounding beaches.

Unique race track

The club’s second core attraction is a technical four-kilometer race track, designed to allow members to test the full capabilities of their cars.

Sitting on acres of flat land set in the midst of a breathtaking valley, the track consists of 17 idiosyncratic turns, multiple high-speed straights, and six varying configurations.

Crystal Lagoons is an international innovation company, founded by scientist Fernando Fischmann, which has developed a patent-protected technology that allows the construction and maintenance of unlimited-size clear water lagoons at very low costs.

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