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Hamilton Island Race Week accommodation available now

by Kristie Kaighin on 7 Jun 2011
All properties include at least 1 x 4 seater complimentary buggy. Some larger homes include 2 buggies. - Hamilton Island Audi Race Week 2011 Kristie Kaighin http://www.whitsundayholidays.com.au

Have you booked your accommodation for Hamilton Island Audi Race Week yet? Great options still available.

Rates now negotiable. Call us to discuss options ranging from 1 bedroom through to 5 bedroom luxury homes. All properties are fully self contained, bbq on balcony, water views and complimentary buggy. View options on our website Whitsunday Holidays here Call us to discuss on 1300 653 997.

Popular options to consider:

Shorelines townhouses - always the first to go. Ideal location for Race Week. Reduced to only $600 per night.

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Oasis apartments - cost effective 2 bedroom option from only $480 per night.

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Cooinda Gardens 4 bedroom villa - accommodates 10 - reduced to only $900 per night.




Infinity - 4 bedroom plus office luxury home with pool. Accommodates 14 - reduced to $1600 per night!




Blue Water Views 10 and 11 side by side. Great for crew. Reduced to $550 per apartment. Ideal location for Race Week.




Poinciana 003 is still available. Ground floor! Walking distance to the marina. Sought after apartment for Race Week. Be quick. Only $525 per night.



Call us to discuss the best option to suit you. We are available 7 days per week. 1300 653 997 or +61 434 004 029.

View property photos and descriptions on www.whitsundayholidays.com.au. Email us at bookings(at)whitsundayholidays.com.au

We look forward to hearing from you to discuss your Hamilton Island Race Week accommodation needs.

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