Do your plans include visiting Australia? Perhaps you’d like to spend your days admiring the beautiful city of Queensland, as well as the surrounding communities and countryside.
Located along the northeast portion of Australia, Queensland is the country’s second-largest and third most-populous city. Its population slightly more than 4.5 million, Queensland offers a cosmopolitan flair with the proximity to the many attractions that make Australia so popular.
You can experience the serenity and biodiversity of the rainforest, vibrant and enchanting marine life in the Great Barrier Reef, the unique character of the outback, and still absorb the excitement of the city.
And, of course, we can’t forget about golfing, can we?
“But where should I stay while visiting?” Thanks for asking, mate! I have a great travel deal for you.
An exciting travel club offers the Royal Woods Country Club (pictured) to you at some amazing prices. Surrounded by some of the best golf courses in Australia–with Royal Pines Golf Course right across the road–the Royal Woods Country Club is your destination for seeing the Gold Coast of Australia.
You non-golfers can enjoy the splendor of the Royal Woods County Club as well. You are just minutes from the Gold Coast’s golden beaches (a surfer’s paradise), the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, a casino and world class theme parks.
Relax and unwind in a fully equipped vacation home. Let the tension melt away in your in-room spa. Or, take a dip in the sparking water of the outdoor pool. All this and more can be yours through this travel club. Known for offering amazing Australia travel deals year-round, you can count on discount specials–even last minute vacation deals–throughout the year.
For a limited time, you could grab a 1-bedroom unit the week of June 21-28, 2014, for only $650. (Expedia.com quoted $1,423 for the same week.) Can’t make it that week? You could get a 1-bedroom unit at the Royal Woods Country Club year-round for just $699 per week. Either way, you are about to experience Australia, and stay at one the fine resorts in the Queensland area. What are you waiting for?
If you’ve vacationed in Australia, and especially in the Queensland area, I’d like your impressions. Feel free to comment below. And please share this column so others may benefit from what you and I have written. Thanks!
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