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Hamilton Island Race Week 2012 Accommodation options

by Kristie Kaighin on 21 Mar 2012
The Glasshouse has the ultimate infinity pool... - Hamilton Island Audi Race Week 2012 Accommodation Options Kristie Kaighin http://www.whitsundayholidays.com.au
Have you booked your accommodation for Hamilton Island Race Week 2012?

All the best properties book out early, so make sure you book soon to secure your preferred option.

Some of the most popular options due to their great location during Race Week are:

Edge apartments - prestige 3 bedroom apartments with breathtaking Whitsunday water views located just a short walk down the hill to the marina village.

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Pavillions 19 - luxury 4 bedroom apartment right on the Hamilton Island marina - perfect choice if you want to be close to the action of Race Week!


Peninsula villas - stunning 3 bedroom free standing villas with private plunge pools, located on the exclusive northern end of the Island with amazing water views!

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Shorelines - 2 bedroom double storey townhouses. Just a short walk down the hill to the marina village.

We also have luxury homes available.

The Glasshouse - one of the most exclusive and spectacular homes available on the island! The ultimate in luxury with stunning furniture, infinity pool & breathtaking water views. 4 bedrooms & can sleep 8!

Yacht Club Villas - ideally located right next to the new Yacht Club & all feature 4 bedrooms split over 3 levels with stunning water views!


Infinity - beautiful 4/5 bedroom home with stunning private pool, sensational views, luxury design and furnishings and can sleep up to 14 people! Includes 2 x buggies...


We have several privately owned apartments, villas and houses available for Hamilton Island Race Week. View our website for descriptions and photos - www.whitsundayholidays.com.au.

Please also free to call us 7 days per week on 1300 653 997 or for our international guests, call our mobile on +61 434 004 029. Our consultants know the island and the properties well and can help you with your decision about which is the right choice for your group.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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