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Hamilton Island Race Week 2012 accommodation options - book now

by Kristie Kaighin on 4 Jul 2012
Paradise Villa is enormous plus it has it's own private pool & sensational water views! - 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.

We now have some popular options on special over Race Week!


Paradise Villa - luxury 3 bedroom villa with private plunge pool located on the exclusive northern end of Hamilton Island. Breathtaking views and exquisitely furnished - this villa is one of a kind! Reduced to $900 per night & sleeps up to 11 people!

Edge apartments - Now on special for Race Week... Prestige 3 bedroom apartments with breathtaking Whitsunday water views located just a short walk down the hill to the marina village. From $900 per night!

Poinciana 012 - Sought after ground floor 3 bedroom apartment in a fantastic central location - walking distance to both the marina village and resort/beach. Accommodates up to 8 people and now reduced to $750 per night over Race Week!

Shorelines 36 - has now become available! Beautiful 2 bedroom double storey townhouse apartments located just a short walk down the hill to the marina village with simply stunning views. Usually $650 per night over race week, now reduced to $550 per night! Don't miss this one...


Hibiscus 108 - open plan 2 bedroom stunning apartment overlooking Catseye Beach! Breathtaking uninterrupted water views from the large balcony. Sleeps up to 6 people!

We also have luxury homes still available.

Sunset Point - is an exclusive 3 bedroom luxury home with one of the best views on the island & includes a private pool and a tennis court! Reduced to $1300 per night!


No City Limits - 4 bedroom exclusive prestige home with private pool, located on the exclusive Malaleuca Drive and boasts the most amazing views. One of the best homes on the Island and still available!


Yacht Club Villas - Ideally located right next to the new Yacht Club & all feature 4 bedrooms split over 3 levels with stunning water views! Still available for Race week and on special from $1400 per night. Sleeps up to 8 people in pure luxury!


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 seven 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.

Our website www.whitsundayholidays.com.au

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