Thursday, December 10, 2009
FREE Kids Movies During New Year School Holidays
Free daily movies for kids of all ages to enjoy! Three swimming pools! Four restaurants and five bars! A Decadent day spa! Shoal Bay Resort & Spa is ABSOLUTELY the place for the ultimate family Christmas New Year beachfront escape. Your days will be filled with endless activities, adventures and unforgettable memories. There really is something for everyone.
Each Monday through to Thursday during the school holidays, Sandyfoot Café will screen a FREE movie at 10.30am. Kids can enjoy Kung Fu Panda, Shrek 3, Alvin & The Chipmunks, Happy Feet and Madagascar 2, while Mum and Dad can relax with a coffee and cake from the café and watch the world go by across the crystal clear bay.
Occies Kids Club has also designed an exciting calendar for Resort guests aged between 3-12 years during the holidays including:-
o Princess & Pirate Disco
o Talent Quest
o Christmas Cookie, Decorations & Card Making
o Circus Day
o Mini Olympics & Sports Day
o New Years Eve Party & Games
These fun and interactive sessions provide children with a great range of supervised activities, games and entertainment. Occies Kids Club team really enjoy planning a fun and action packed day in a safe and fully supervised environment.
Shoal Bay boasts scenic walking and cycling tracks and for the more energetic - a paved pathway to the top of Tomaree affords unparalleled views of Port Stephens, all within sight and a 10 minute stroll of the resort. Tomaree National Parks also host educational discovery walks and talks during school holidays that the whole family will enjoy. With so much to do right at your doorstep, Shoal Bay Resort & Spa is the place to be these Christmas New Year school holidays!
Port Stephens is a perfect family holiday destination, a blue water paradise of unspoiled waterways with 26 white sandy beaches (flat water beaches perfect for families as well as three pristine unspoilt National Park surf beaches), eco-diverse Marine and National Parks and an endless choice of activities for everyone including the popular whale and dolphin watching tours, diving & snorkeling, kayaking, surf school, jet boating, parasailing and a variety of sailing experiences. You also have the option of heading to the famous Stockton Sand Dunes for quad-biking, 4WD sand dune tours and horse riding, all within close proximity to Australia’s number one golfing destination. Port Stephens is your very own sun drenched playground!
Though of course, you may choose to never leave the resort! Relax and unwind comfortable in the knowledge that everything you and the family need for the perfect Christmas break is at your fingertips. Shoal Bay Resort & Spa itself offers three swimming pools including a family friendly lagoon style heated pool with children’s wading area and sand pit. Be spoilt for choice with four child friendly restaurants, five bars and Shoal Bay beach right on your doorstep.
A highlight of the Resort is the cuisine of our renowned chefs. Their talent and creativity have earned the resort a reputation as one of the region’s most desirable place to dine. Dining options range from the award winning Catch at Shoal Bay, the casual alfresco dining of Sandyfoot Café, the iconic Promenade Dining Room and the family friendly Mermaids Bar & Grill. The legendary Country Club Hotel still remains one of the most popular watering holes on the East Coast of Australia.
Mum and dad – take time out to spoil yourselves during your stay at the indulgent Aqua Spa. Escape on a sensory journey to revive the body, mind and soul with a range of spa and massage treatments designed specifically for individual needs. The Aqua Spa includes the unique mineral spa pools, 25m heated lap pool, six treatments rooms, three aqua therapy rooms, a relaxation deck and a cardio fitness centre.
The award winning Shoal Bay Resort & Spa overlooks the pristine white sandy beaches of Shoal Bay to Port Stephens’ volcanic Tomaree headland. World War II gun emplacements on Mount Tomaree were built during 1941 as part of a system for the defence of Australia’s east coast. Most of the buildings and guns have been removed though you can still see the relics of the military use of the headland. You can also see why this spot was chosen by Australia’s defence forces for its panoramic views over Port Stephens and the coast.
Call today to book your Christmas/New Year school holiday escape to Shoal Bay Resort & Spa on 1800 18 18 10 or visit www.shoalbayresort.com for the latest in Hot Deals and further information.
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