Friday, July 23, 2010
Escape to far north Queensland this summer
Explore tropical North Queensland on a four-night stay with accommodation in a spacious queen studio unit, daily continental breakfast, full day Daintree Walkabout tour and full day Kuranda Train and Skyrail Tour. From only $579 per person, twin share, subject to availability.
Discover the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef with a snorkeling excursion on a four-night stay at the Best Western Lazy Lizard Motor Inn. The package includes daily continental breakfast, sunset sailing sightseeing tour on the Coral sea and half-day Cassowary Falls and Daintree river cruise. From only $579 per person, twin share, subject to availability.
The Best Western Lazy Lizard Motor Inn offers spacious rooms with air-conditioning, kitchenette facilities, TV and DVD, wireless broadband and outdoor patio area. The hotel also features outdoor swimming pool, spa and BBQ area, with a short stroll to the village shops and cafes.
These offers are valid until March 31, 2011 and are bookable via Central Reservations Office on 131 779 (from Australia) or 0800 237 893 (from New Zealand) or www.bestwestern.com.au/lazylizard.
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