by clicking the arrows at the side of the page, or by using the toolbar.
by clicking anywhere on the page.
by dragging the page around when zoomed in.
by clicking anywhere on the page when zoomed in.
web sites or send emails by clicking on hyperlinks.
Email this page to a friend
Search this issue
Index - jump to page or section
Archive - view past issues
Mice Net : February 2009
Mountain to wilderness, city to coast, Tasmania is the solution An island state surrounded by some of the world’s fiercest oceans, with remote coastlines, fascinating wildlife, world-class food and wine and award-winning accommodation, experiences and conference facilities. Far from being located in some far-flung part of the world, all of this is on your doorstep – Tasmania – with flights from most Australian capitals to the major cities of Hobart and Launceston and daily sailings from Port Melbourne to Devonport in the centre of the north coast. Whether it’s a major conference for hundreds of delegates, a small meeting, a trade show, a major event or an incentive trip for your top clients or employees, Wrest Point, Country Club Tasmania and Pure Tasmania have you covered. In the north, Country Club Tasmania has a range of recently refurbished accommodation including five-star Manor suites and one, two and three- bedroom villas, 10 conference rooms, five restaurants, three bars, gym, pool and spa and a boutique casino. All of this is surrounded by an 18-hole championship golf course, tennis courts, and natural parkland. Mountain Side accommodation which have also been upgraded in the past four years. Wrest Point’s Conference Centre can cater for two to 1600 delegates and includes exhibition space and access to the property’s extensive grounds for outdoor functions. In the West, Strahan Village offers journeys deep into Tasmania’s history and wilderness on a Gordon River Cruise, the West Coast Wilderness Railway and the Piners and Miners signature experience. Accommodation includes replica cottages on the waterfront or rooms on the hilltop alongside the impressive View 42° Restaurant and Bar and Henty conference room overlooking Macquarie Harbour. In the east, Freycinet Lodge’s spectacular waterfront location within the boundaries of a national park make a superb setting for conference and In the south, Wrest Point’s water-borne precinct incorporates The Henry Jones Art Hotel providing a unique option for off-site functions and combined conferences and events. The 56-room Art Hotel boasts sumptuously furnished rooms and can cater for up to 300 guests in the IXL Atrium. This is complimented by The Jones & Co room and Art Installation suite for smaller group meetings and functions. Wrest Point’s iconic tower accommodation has almost completed a refurbishment of all rooms, including five-star suites and 4.5 star tower deluxe rooms, adding to its four-star Water Edge rooms and 3.5 star incentive groups for up to 110 delegates. With the spectacular Freycinet Peninsula on your doorstep, a myriad of options is available, including exclusive-use of the property from April to November. For an alpIne adventure, Cradle Mountain Chateau is set in woodland adjacent to the iconic Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair national park, a bushwalkers’ paradise. What better place to inspire creative thinking and passion than in the internationally acclaimed Wilderness Gallery, surrounded by 10 rooms of imagery of wilderness and wildlife that will take your breath away. For bookings and information call (03) 6225 7563 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 12269