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Mice Net : February 2010
mice.net 149 sunshine coast Quay West Resort & Spa Noosa Due to open early this year, Quay West Resort & Spa Noosa will offer a luxurious setting for events and conferences. Just three minutes drive from Hastings Street, the property can cater for 200 delegates for conferencing all the while overlooking the tranquil waters of Noosa Sound. And for a way to unwind after a day of conferencing guests will be able to relax with a drink in the resort's bar and restaurant or why not rejuvenate with a spa treatment in the Mii Spa. Delegates can conference and stay onsite in a range of accommodation including studio, one, two and three bedroom self-contained apartments or villas. The apartments feature fully equipped kitchens and European appliances. For more information go to www.mirvachotels.com. Sunshine Coast Convention Bureau news The Sunshine Coast Convention Bureau is ready for a busy 2010 and earlier this year launched a new website. Now organising an event in this beautiful part of Queensland is just a click away. Tourism Sunshine Coast CEO Russell Mason said the website was launched with a fresh new look, improved functionality and the latest special offers to support business event planners. "The site is designed to become the first port of call for anyone planning a corporate, association or incentive event on the Sunshine Coast," he said. Keep an eye out for the SCCB stand at AIME, where the team will be hosting live demonstrations of the website's new planning tools. To check it out go to www.sccb.net.au. ABOVE: Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort & Spa. OPPOSITE: Quay West Resort & Spa Noosa.