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Category Archives: Homegrown

Major revamp for Mercure Gold Coast

Prestige golf resort the Mercure Gold Coast Resort, is set for a major renaissance following the completion of a dramatic multimillion dollar hotel upgrade this month. The extensive redesign and upgrade is the first major renovation at the property since …
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New ULTIQA Lifestyle brand is launched

The new ULTIQA Lifestyle brand sits under the ULTIQA umbrella and offers its members the same great benefits of being part of a worldwide leisure and travel community with the added bonus of accessing better rates at ULTIQA Resorts, which …
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Classic’s Beach House Resort celebrates 30 years with plaza upgrade

Classic Holidays property, Beach House Seaside Resort in Coolangatta, has celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2014, with major upgrades to the Beach House Commercial Plaza now complete. The three-month refurbishment was completed in late September and Classic Holidays’ Chief Commercial …
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DAE Members Love Their Timeshare Resorts

Members of worldwide exchange provider DAE have named their top three favourite timeshare resorts in Australia. To celebrate International Timeshare Appreciation Day on 1 November, DAE ran an ‘I Love My Timeshare’ competition throughout the month of November calling on …
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The Holiday Club

Since the launch of ULTIQA Resorts in September, ULTIQA Resorts embarked on a strategic sales and marketing campaign to introduce the brand, which includes partnering with popular 4 Ingredients author and founder, Kim McCosker. Kim is currently launching her new …
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The Information Age Is Changing Business Models And Insurance Needs

When it comes to a data security breach or privacy loss, it isn’t a matter of if it will happen as when it will happen. So when it does happen, you’ll need comprehensive protection, that offers a full suite of …
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Visitor Arrivals Data

Latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics August 2014 There were 6.7 million visitor arrivals for year ending August 2014, an increase of 8.2 per cent relative to the previous year. There were 4.4 million visitor arrivals to Australia during the eight months to August 2014, …
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Tough Mudder Sees Spike in Resort Bookings

The economic boost from last weekend’s Sunshine Coast Tough Mudder event is being felt by local accommodation providers, with WorldMark Resort Golden Beach reporting record bookings over the weekend. Front Office Manager Damien Larkin said the resort enjoyed near full …
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Posted in 2014 Enews - 09/14, Australian Timeshare Industry, Homegrown, News | Leave a comment

TRYP Fortitude Valley Hotel Partners with Luxury Brand ZAMBELI

Brisbane’s much anticipated new hotel, TRYP Fortitude Valley will partner with luxury lifestyle brand, ZAMBELI, to complement the hotel’s bold and distinctive style. World-class designer products from ZAMBELI’s Black Millésime range, featuring shampoo, conditioner, body wash, lotion and vanity kits …
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Posted in 2014 Enews - 08/14, Australian Timeshare Industry, Homegrown | Leave a comment

G:link Arrival Heralds New Era of Business for Wyndham Surfers Paradise

Wyndham Surfers Paradise has enjoyed an occupancy boom since construction on the light rail line in Surfers Paradise wrapped up at the beginning of July. So far this month the hotel has recorded more than 95% occupancy, already exceeding July …
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