Wednesday, August 12, 2009
A Holiday in Paradise is Essential
With a new financial year underway and the countdown started for Christmas, beat that mid-year hump with an essential holiday in paradise.
The Essentials Package at Paradise Palms Resort and Country Club is a five night stay at Cairns’ northern beaches in your choice of a Resort Room or a one or two-bedroom apartment from $AUD574 per person.
With a full day trip to Green Island plus a full day trip to Kuranda including Skyrail and Kuranda Scenic Rail included in the package you’ll get to experience Tropical North Queensland’s beautiful reef and rainforest at no extra cost.
Guests can take advantage of the resort and country club facilities including accommodation in the new 96-room resort, dining in Fifty Nine Restaurant and Bar, golf on one of Australia’s top championship courses, massage and spa services plus mini-golf.
Set on 126 ha of undulating golf course, surrounded by rainforest covered hills and just minutes to the Coral Sea, Paradise Palms is an idyllic playground for holiday makers. Add to this, its convenient location just 20 minutes drive north of Cairns airport, five minutes from Palm Cove and 40 minutes from Port Douglas.
Paradise Palms Resort and Country Club is a member of Vision Hotels and Resorts.
For bookings and information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: +61 (0) 74059 9999.
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