The Whitsundays’ Daydream Island Resort and Spa has shored up its management structure ahead of a substantial refurbishment next year.
The island’s owners China Capital Investment Group (CCIG) has announced the following senior roles.
Scott Wilkinson remains Chief Executive Officer with his focus being on CCIG’s investment in Australia and possible future acquisitions.
Dawson Tang, previously Vice President, has become General Manager of Daydream Island, overseeing the operations, finance, human resources and sales and marketing functions.
Warren McCorriston, previously Resort Manager of Daydream Island, has returned as Operations Director and will oversee the day-to-day management of the resort operation.
There are no changes to sales and marketing with Jane Hermann heading up the Brisbane office as Director of Sales and Marketing, supported by Grace Lassig as Director of Sales.
“Our experienced senior leadership team is committed to bringing the best tropical island holiday experience possible and taking advantage of our location in the unique Great Barrier Reef Marine Park,” Mr Wilkinson said.
“Our owners have already upgraded many aspects of the accommodation and facilities and our guests are continuing to respond with great feedback on their experience.”
Located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, the 4.5 star Daydream Island Resort and Spa offers 296 beautifully appointed rooms, comprehensive facilities such as the Rejuvenation Spa and Living Reef lagoon, a wide variety of activities, sparkling bays and secluded beaches, which all combine to provide a superior tropical island experience.