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Accor will manage Australia’s first Mondrian hotel and branded residences — to be built on the Burleigh Heads beachfront on the Gold Coast.

The dual-tower Mondrian Gold Coast will be constructed on an expansive 43,453 square foot (4037sqm) beachfront site on the corner of First Avenue and The Esplanade, Burleigh Heads, 80 metres of ocean frontage.

Guests and residents will have direct access to the sand and surf of Burleigh Heads Beach.

Mondrian Gold Coast will feature two distinct towers to separate the private residences, comprised of 89 luxury residential apartments, from the hotel, which will encompass 208 guestrooms.

The buildings will be united by a three-level podium that acts as a common space and hub of activity, including a state-of-the-art fitness centre, spa, restaurants, and swimming pools, all overlooking the world-famous beach and Burleigh Headland National Park.

Visit www.mondrianresidencesgc.com.

 

Redhead Beach: catch one of Lake Mac’s best sunsets.

The days are growing longer, with spring and summer being the perfect seasons for watching the sun and fluffy clouds paint the sky at dusk.

Only a 90-minute drive from Sydney, NSW’s hidden coastal gem, Lake Macquarie, boasts some of the state’s most idyllic spots to watch the sun go down … most of which you won’t have to share with another soul.

Perch yourself high overlooking Redhead Beach, for instance, to catch one of Lake Mac’s best sunsets.

Enjoy the sun slowly sinking behind the mountains as the crashing blue waves — favoured by surfers — rumble onto the sandy shores of the beach below.

It’s a special moment to witness first-hand — giving the feeling that everything is moving in slow motion.

Visit visitlakemac.com.au.

 Rydges Gold Coast Airport hotel: boasts a 24-hour reception.

Event has opened the new Rydges Gold Coast Airport hotel.

Located a one minute walk from the Gold Coast International Terminal, and five minutes from Bilinga and Kirra Beaches, the 192-room property features rooms over seven levels.

The property boasts a 24-hour reception, resort-style swimming pool, fully equipped gym, complimentary wifi, free undercover car parking and conferencing and event spaces to cater to groups of between 10 and 250 people.

Guests and visitors to the Rydges Gold Coast Airport can also enjoy the Runway Restaurant and Bar, which is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

To celebrate the opening, Rydges Gold Coast Airport hotel is offering an introductory rate of from $193 per room, per night.

Visit www.rydges.com.

Part of discovering the food, wine, wildlife, history and attractions of SA: a Murray Princess Cruise.

Escape to South Australia and discover its food, wine, wildlife, history and attractions on Captain Cook Cruises’ new eight-, nine- or 12-day Adelaide, Kangaroo Island and Murray River packages starting from only $1917 per person twin-share.

These combo packages include three night’s accommodation at the historic Mercure Grosvenor Hotel in the heart of beautiful Adelaide, a full-day Ultimate Adelaide and Hahndorf tour, the two-day Ultimate Kangaroo Island Tour and the three, four- or seven-night Murray Princess Cruise on the Murray River. SeaLink transfers are also included.

Among other delights enjoy gin tastings at Kangaroo Island Spirits and a structured wine tasting at the new False Cape Wines Cellar Door on the Dudley Peninsula. No trip to Kangaroo Island is complete without visiting Flinders Chase National Park, including stops at nature’s breath-taking Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch to witness the spectacular regrowth after the bushfires.

Visit www.murrayprincess.com.au.

 Tasmanian Air Tours: a great option for time-poor travellers.

There’s a tailored trip over the horizon to fulfil just about any passion, with a bird’s-eye view to match.

Tasmanian Air Tours runs a fleet of three-, four- and five-seat helicopters based on the edge of Hobart offering tailors trips to explore interests in wilderness and cultural experiences, food and wine, whisky and gin — whatever a heart desires.

It’s a great option for time-poor travellers seeking full immersion with local guides.

Visit www.tasmanianairtours.com.au.

 On several Oceania itinerares: Istanbul.

Oceania Cruises has released its 2022 Europe & North America Collection program, featuring 110 itineraries, including 76 new offerings and 10 new ports.

A kaleidoscope of experiences is offered at more than 250 ports of call throughout Northern and Western Europe, Iceland, Greenland, the Mediterranean, Greek Isles, Holy Lands, Alaska, Canada & New England, Bermuda, South America, and the Caribbean.

They include some 10 captivating new ports to explore such as the Danish rising star of Aarhus, the charming Irish village of Killybegs, and the spectacularly dramatic Lofoten Islands in Norway.

Visit www.oceaniacruises.com.

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