A Guide to Classic Club Properties
A Guide to Classic Club Properties
Unlike staying in a hotel or generic resort chain, a holiday at a Classic Club Property is a uniquely welcoming experience – with familiar faces greeting you and all the comforts to enjoy a relaxing stay in the heart of a destination with so much to see and do. No matter what style of holiday you are chasing, there’s a Club Property to suit every desire across Australia and New Zealand.
AUSTRALIA’S EAST COAST
The East Coast of Australia is a holiday playground, with an abundance of clean, golden beaches and lush hinterland within easy reach.
A stay at the Sunshine Coast’s beachside haven, Noosa, guarantees relaxed coastal vibes, endless sunshine and plenty of surf. Palm Court Noosa and Noosa Sound Resort are just a stone’s throw from attractions, activities and glorious natural scenery, all the makings of the ideal escape.
Classic Holidays offers a variety of Club Properties and accommodation options on the Gold Coast, one of the most sought-after destinations on the East Coast. From the bustling seaside cityscapes of Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach, where you’ll find resorts including Tiki Village and Jadon Place Holiday Apartments to the relaxing Broadwater, where Sandy Point Beach Resort and Golden Shores Holiday Club provide great family-friendly options for enjoying the most this region has to offer.
Just a couple of minutes from the white sandy beaches of Sawtell, Classic’s Boambee Bay Resort in Coffs Harbour is the perfect destination for those seeking serenity. Less than two hours south, Port Macquarie is situated between the Pacific Ocean and Hastings River, where the family favourite resort, Vacation Village, is nestled. Just south past Forster, Pacific Palms Resort is located in the midst of a beachside National Park, serving up the best of all worlds.
Citybound members can say goodbye to the hustle and bustle and escape to the country, with a range of Classic Club Properties and accommodation options available that offer a countryside retreat.
Whether you visit in winter for a white wonderland or in the warmer months for a kaleidoscope of colours, Victoria’s High Country is special all year round. Mansfield Country Resort is the perfect base to stay in comfort while enjoying all the surrounding historic towns have to offer.
Tucked away in the gently rolling hills on the edge of the Gold Coast hinterland, Cedar Lake Country Resort is set on 89 acres of bushland and is a country heaven for those looking to get away from it all amongst some of Australia’s most spectacular natural beauty.
Perched on the shores of Lake Mulwala, Capri Waters Country Club blends stunning rolling landscapes with an inland water oasis. From your own mooring docks at the resort to endless activities on the iconic Murray River, if you’re seeking an aquatic adventure amongst tranquillity, this is the place for you.
Uncover the simple life in New Zealand’s Turangi. In the heart of the North Island, the maze of inland waterways makes for an anglers paradise during the warmer months and the snow-capped peaks in winter attract snow sportsman from across the globe. With a range of Classic Club properties in the Lake Taupo region, take your pick from Turangi Leisure Lodge or Kaimanawa Lodge in the quaint lakeside town.
BUCKET LIST DESTINATIONS
Unlike anything on Australia’s mainland, Tasmania is in a league of its own. A stay at Shearwater Resort promises unique experiences, including a walk on the nearby beach accompanied by colonies of Fairy Penguins. Whether history, nature, golf or fine cuisine is your cup of tea, the apple isle has it all.
Western Australia’s southern region is one of Australia’s best-kept secrets with unspoilt beaches, untouched wilderness and relaxed boutique towns. Find relaxation and fun an hour south of Perth at Mandurah’s Silver Sands Resort. Whether you’re seeking a family-friendly holiday or a romantic escape for two, here you will uncover the best of the west.
If you’ve got tickets to some of Auckland’s best cultural or sporting events, Club Pacific Westharbour offers a Club Property just outside the city for members to make the most of New Zealand’s cosmopolitan capital.
Heading to the South Island? Queenstown is a must. The lakeside town attracts visitors from across the globe for high thrill adventure, mesmerising mountainscapes, snow sports, world-class events and fun for all ages. Get views of the alps from Club Pacific Queenstown or situate yourself in the heart of town at Queenstown Mews.
Feeling inspired for your next holiday? This is just the start. Search Classic’s range of 40+ Club Properties at http://classicescapes.com.au/explore-resorts/club-properties