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Mice Net : June 2009
sunshine coast sunshine scoop story By johanna mc kinnon WAnt the lAtest neWs from the sandy seaside city of the sunshine Coast? We’ve got it! Quay West Resort Noosa’s new opening date Quay West’s apartment-style five-star hotel is due to open in Noosa in September 2009. The property will offer guests one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as enclave or villa homes. The self-contained lagoon apartments feature freshwater lagoon and national park views from the fully furnished balconies. The enclave and precinct villas include a choice of private plunge pools or roof terrace jacuzzis. The property also comprises a day spa and wellness retreat, state-of-the-art gym and tennis court. The resort will be managed by Mirvac Hotels & Resorts and is the first time that the Quay West brand has been applied to a project within Australia not designed and built by Mirvac’s development arm. For more information go to www.mirvachotels.com. Novotel Twin Waters’ new corporate playground Novotel Twin Waters has put together a range of new attractions perfect for team-building. Delegates can zoom around on motorised Segways or choose from a range of new group-focused activities. Groups can become life-sized members of a foosball team. The arcade game is usually played on a small pool table, but it has been modified to fit a 25 x 15 metre football field. Players wear a waist harness and can only move sideways to score against the other team. Another option for groups is based on the TV show ‘Lost’. Teams have to escape the simulation of the wreckage of a plane to complete a medical challenge. General manager Wayne Greenwood said the new programs involved a higher level of physical and intellectual engagement. “We have restructured our corporate program to offer a completely new suite of team challenges in association with Corporate & Group Xperiences,” he said. For more information about the new team-building options on offer go to www.novoteltwinwatersresort.com.au. starwoodpreferredplanner.com From $275* Inspiration is invited. Meet in the heart of Noosa from $275 per night. Sheraton Noosa Resort & Spa is recognised for professional service, award winning meeting space and versatile venues including Lilly Pond, Hastings Deck, Poolside, River Lounge and Cato’s Restaurant and Bar. Stay connected with Link@Sheraton and create the essential Noosa experience for your delegates. Because you don’t just stay here. You belong. Ensure conference success by calling Kyla McIntosh on (07) 5449 4761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Visit sheraton.com/noosa *Based on Noosa Superior room. New business only, minimum 20 accommodation rooms per night. Valid Sunday to Thursday between June 1 and December 14, 2009. Subject to availability. 74 mice.net SNR1331