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Hamilton Island Race Week accommodation - reduced rates!

by Kristie Kaighin on 16 Jun 2011
Pavillions Penthouse still available! 4 bedroom apartment right on the marina. - Hamilton Island Audi Race Week 2011 Kristie Kaighin http://www.whitsundayholidays.com.au
Have you booked your accommodation for Audi Hamilton Island Race Week 2011? Reduced rates now available. Some great options still available at drastically reduced rates - call us to negotiate! 1300 653 997

Several apartments available close to the marina. Or perhaps you prefer to be a little further away from all the action to enjoy some quiet time. Stunning options also available on the northern end of Hamilton Island. View all options on www.whitsundayholidays.com.au or call us on 1300 653 997 to discuss. 7 days per week.

More Yacht Club Villas have been released for holiday letting! Drastically reduced rates. Normally $1700 per night, some have been reduced to only $1400 per night. 4 bedroom villas right next door to the new Yacht Club. Ideally located for Race Week. Include 2 x 4 seater buggies!



Another popular option are the Shorelines townhouses. Still a few of these 2 bedroom townhouses available for only $590 per night. Reduced from $650! Huge saving.



Need to accommodate a large group? Infinity is still available! 4 bedrooms plus office and 2 x living areas. Huge house that can accommodate up to 14! Reduced to $1600 per night. Includes 2 buggies.



Pavillions Penthouse available right on the marina. Reduced rate - now $1500 per night. Stunning option.

On a budget? We have Oasis 2 bedroom apartments reduced to only $480 per night.



View all our options on www.whitsundayholidays.com.au. Call us 7 days per week to discuss on 1300 653 997. Or from outside Australia +61 434 004 029.

Clare, Stacey and Kristie look forward to hearing from you to negotiate a rate!


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