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Mice Net : October 2008
regional victoria Cowes, Phillip Island. Photo courtesy of White Studios. Tourism Victoria. Silverwater Resort For those who really want to escape the CBD and get back to nature, we suggest you take a look at Silverwater Resort, set high on the rolling hills on Phillip Island. This stunning, creatively designed lifestyle resort is said to be unlike anything else in Victoria. Around one-and-a-half hours from Melbourne, Silverwater Resort is surrounded by surf and swimming beaches, golf courses, the natural beauty of Phillip Island, and an amazing range of local tours, attractions and activities. The property has 170 fully self-contained one, two and three bedroom apartments and modern hotel-style resort rooms. All apartments have terraces or balconies, are surrounded by thoughtful landscaping and are located beside a lake or village green. Positioned to overlook rolling parklands and dramatic hillsides, the majority of apartments are north facing and all have been designed to take advantage of the spectacular bay views. Conference facilities include space for up to 220 delegates theatre-style right down to an executive boardroom. The purpose-built pillarless conference rooms embrace modern technology and offer flexible layouts and natural light. Silverwater’s events team thrive on challenges and are experienced across all types of events - from corporate retreats to large scale product launches, sales conferences, weddings, parties and even weekend long festivals. Woodman Estate Nestled in the gateway to the world famous Mornington Peninsula and just a 60 minute drive from the heart of Melbourne, Woodman Estate is a country-style hotel with modern amenities and features. 106 mice.net reopens The historic Hepburn Bathhouse and Spa looks set to become the centrepiece of the Daylesford/Hepburn Springs region in Victoria after reopening its doors in September following a $13 million renovation. The new-look Hepburn Bathhouse and Spa highlights the charm of the original turn-of-the-century heritage bathhouse as well as featuring a sleek and contemporary architecturally-designed day spa facility, full of natural light and set amidst the lush green surrounds of the Hepburn Mineral Springs Reserve. The bathhouse offers traditional communal bathing in mineral waters, a relaxation pool, spa pool, spa couches, a steam room, relaxation room, and a monsoon shower (a completely new experience). The new spa contains 30 wet and dry therapy rooms for a full range of hydrotherapy, massage and beauty treatments, as well as the Hepburn signature spa rituals, making it the one of the largest day spas in Australia. For further details visit www.hepburnbathhouse.com. Hepburn