Kangaroo Island’s Southern Ocean Lodge is offering exclusive packages for special events, providing a choice of extraordinary experiences to combine with a group stay at Australia’s most acclaimed luxury retreat.
Available for sole-use bookings over two or three nights between May 1 and September 30, 2017, the‘Exclusively Yours’ packages include savings and special bonuses for corporate incentives, exclusive meetings and celebratory events such as special birthdays and small weddings.
A minimum booking of 15 suites is required, giving guests ‘run of house’ at the 21-suite retreat, which was recently named the best resort in Australia and the fourth top hotel worldwide in the prestigious Travel + Leisure magazine 2016 World’s Best Awards. Event hosts can then choose their own bonus inclusions, in addition to the magnificent meals and signature experiences already provided:
- A two-night stay includes a bonus five-course ‘Taste of KI’ degustation dinner on one night, providing a decadent showcase of the fine artisan foods grown and produced on the island. It also includes complimentary sunset drinks and canapes at Remarkable Rocks, adding a touch of sophistication to the quintessential Kangaroo Island experience.
- A three-night stay includes complimentary return flights between Adelaide and Kangaroo Island, an eight-course ‘Feast of KI’ degustation dinner on one night and complimentary sunset drinks at Remarkable Rocks. It also provides a KI wine tasting experience with a local winemaker and a credit of $50 per person to use towards treatments at the Southern Spa or any of the bespoke experiences available from the lodge such as quad biking, kayaking or guided wilderness hikes.
Baillie Lodges Managing Director James Baillie said the Exclusively Yours packages allowed event organisers to create a standout occasion at one of the most spectacular locations in Australia.
“It’s a superb opportunity to have Australia’s most renowned luxury lodge all to yourself, and a chance to enjoy fine food, great South Australian wines and a first-hand experience of Kangaroo Island’s wild beauty,” Mr Baillie said.