Bringing the Family Together with Regular Holidays

Little People® Wheelies™ ‘Loops ‘n’ Swoops’ Amusement Park
All the fun of the fair…
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North Coast Holiday Parks
North Coast Holiday Parks – 23 Parks on the NSW East Coast
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Wyndham Wins at the Gold Coast Business Awards 2012

Wyndham Wins at the Gold Coast Business Awards 2012

With a recent win in the Gold Coast Business Excellence Awards and a nomination in the Queensland Tourism Awards, the accolades for Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific are also a big win for families!

It is no secret that regular holidays bring families closer together, creating a lifetime of holiday memories particularly for the younger members of the family.

Many of us have fond childhood memories from family road trips to favourite coastal holiday spots building sandcastles and eating fish and chips on the beach, to visiting action-packed theme parks and experiencing unique wildlife encounters.

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific has developed a lifetime of holiday experiences by making these important family getaways more accessible through its vacation ownership club, WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham.

As the region’s largest vacation ownership provider with a network of 24 resorts, providing more than 45,500 vacation owners with family holidays, Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific offers a variety of accommodation across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. This ranges from surfing destinations, winery locations, snow skiing, city breaks and tropical retreats.

With the warmer months fast approaching, see our top three family-friendly summer options…

Wyndham  Hotel Surfers Paradise

Wyndham Hotel Surfers Paradise, Queensland

The Gold Coast is a year round destination with pleasant sunny days and plenty to see and do including beaches and hinterland, theme parks and fine-dining. Wyndham Surfers Paradise is centrally located and provides a relaxing retreat, with views out to the ocean and rolling hinterland. The one and two-bedroom self-contained suites are modern and spacious and the hotel’s swimming pool and lobby bar café provide a great place to relax, or play, for the whole family. The world-famous theme parks are just a short drive away and there are plenty of nearby beaches from popular surfing spots to calm bays.

Wyndham  Resort Torquay

Wyndham Resort Torquay, Victoria

Surfing is a way of life in Torquay, the gateway to the Great Ocean Road and home to the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach. Wyndham Resort Torquay is located across the road from the picturesque Zeally Bay Beach and takes in sweeping views of the ocean, particularly from the onsite restaurant, Latitude-38 which serves modern Australian cuisine. The resort’s extensive grounds feature a huge lagoon style swimming pool, tennis courts, day spa and gymnasium. Torquay is a nature-lovers paradise with a variety of coastal walks available. For the young aspiring surfers, there are surf schools available as well as kayaking, boating and fishing.

Wyndham Resort & Spa Dunsborough

Wyndham Resort & Spa Dunsborough, Western Australia

It’s renowned as the gateway to the Margaret River winery region, but Dunsborough offers so much more for all ages. Located just minutes’ from the beautiful white sandy beach of Geographe Bay, Wyndham Resort & Spa Dunsborough is a family retreat with a swimming pool, children’s play area, tennis and volleyball courts. A short drive from the resort, ancient wonders await at Ngilgi Cave which features fascinating history, a café, playground, barbecue facilities and walking trails. Also nearby is the underwater observatory at Busselton Jetty. Drive further afield to discover a network of 150 plus caves along the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge and finish the day of exploring by sampling fresh, local food and wine at Toby’s Restaurant & Bar.

Test drive vacation ownership and see how it can get your family holidaying more – Visit www.holidaysbywyndham.com.au

*Information supplied by Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific and is correct at time of publishing, November 2012.

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