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Hamilton Island Race Week accommodation - special rates available

by Kristie Kaighin on 13 Jul 2011
The new Yacht Club Villas right next to the new Yacht Club. Be in the heart of all the action for Race Week - Hamilton Island Audi Race Week 2011 Kristie Kaighin http://www.whitsundayholidays.com.au
Hamilton Island Race Week accommodation now available at reduced rates. We have several self contained apartments, villas, penthouses and luxury homes available. As there is only five weeks until Race Week, we have reduced rates and are happy to negotiate a rate.

View all options on www.whitsundayholidays.com.au. Or call us 7 days per week on 1300 653 997.

Popular options for Hamilton Island Race Week are:

The new Yacht Club Villas are now on special. 4 bedroom villas next to the new Yacht Club! Now only $1400 per night and includes 2 buggies. Accommodates 8.


Shorelines apartments normally $650 per night, reduced to $550 per night! Accommodate up to 7. Ideally located for Race Week, just a short stroll to the marina village.




Oasis apartments from only $480 per night. Great value.




Infinity luxury home accommodates up to 14. On special for only $1400 per night. Only $100 per person! Great value! Includes 2 buggies.




Edge apartments from only $800 per night. 3 bedroom prestige apartments with magnificent views.




Cooinda Gardens 1: 4 bedroom huge villa. Accommodates up to 10. Reduced to only $850 per night. That's only $85 per person per night!




Whitsunday Views 1: 3 bedroom villa with private pool. Reduced to only $800 per night.



These properties will be snapped up at these prices. Be quick. Contact us 7 days per week on 1300 653 997. Or book online at www.whitsundayholidays.com.au

We look forward to hearing from you!

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