Monday, May 31, 2010
Hot Deals and Warm Weather This Winter!!
With warm days and mild nights it is hard to believe that it is actually winter in some of Queensland’s most beautiful holiday destinations at this time of year.
Oaks Hotels and Resorts are offering the below HOT DEALS and bonus hot weather for the supposed cooler months.
Oaks Lagoon at The picture perfect Port Douglas – 23C (Average daily temp)
Lazy sundrenched days spent is this beautiful part of the world need not only be enjoyed in the winter months, with average temps still hitting over 20 degrees everyday why not beat the winter blues and head to this endless summer destination.
HOT DEALS FROM $145 per night
Oaks Calypso Plaza on the gorgeous Gold Coast – 21C (Average daily temp)
Oaks Calypso Plaza offers a relaxed ambience perfect for family getaways. A prime beachside location, perfect winter weather and unbeatable rates makes this time of year the perfect time to visit.
HOT DEALS FROM $127 per night
Oaks Seaforth on the magnificent Sunshine Coast – 20C (Average daily temp)
Choose the Sunshine Coast for your next family adventure, romantic escape or business trip this winter. The beachside location of Oaks Seaforth and the clear blue skies with warm water temps in this region will not disappoint.
HOT DEALS FROM $119 per night
For more information on Oaks Hotels & Resorts go to www.oakshotelsresorts.com
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