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December 30, 2020 Travel Packages No Comments

Opening early December on the doorstep of everything Melbourne is famous for – art, culture, coffee, shopping, food, festivals, sport… and a whole lot more – Adina West Melbourne hands guests the keys to a WOW-factor new lifestyle precinct, where virtually every conceivable amenity rests at their fingertips.

Welcome to Trenerry Property’s West End precinct, a 9200sqm inner-city oasis, wrapped in an industrial-chic neighbourhood on the CBD’s western fringe.

A mecca for edgy and immersive arts and cultural experiences, diverse foodie encounters, Zen-factor green space, and retail therapy suited to every style and budget.

Just 500m from Melbourne’s CBD and a stone’s throw from Docklands lively waterfront hub (home to Australia’s first immersive ‘trick-art’ gallery, ArtVo; and world-renowned public art trail, featuring 25 acclaimed works of art, not least being Cow up a Tree).

Room-only rates are from $191.20 per night.

Visit www.adinahotels.com.

 Seashells Albany property: has been in the WA-owned hospitality management company’s sights for 15 years.

Seashells Hospitality Group will soon add Albany to its portfolio of award-winning stylish holiday accommodation.

Seashells’ Managing Director Paul King said Albany had been in the WA-owned hospitality management company’s sights for 15 years, so it was extremely gratifying to see DevelopmentWA’s Middleton Beach hotel site signed over to buyers Pacifica Developments and Ausglobal Group yesterday, and Seashells named as the operator of the 80 to 100 room hotel.

Mr King said his deep, long-standing personal connections with Albany helped drive his passion to be a part of something truly special on the much-loved Middleton beachfront:

“My grandfather was one of the 40,000-plus Australian soldiers whose last experience of their country was in Albany before they sailed from King George Sound for Gallipoli in 1914.

“I’ve been visiting Albany since I was a kid and have great memories of family holidays with siblings, parents and grandparents, caravanning at Emu Point.

“I’m excited about continuing my relationship with this incredible part of the world and working with our partners in developing and operating a multi-faceted hotel on such a magnificent beachfront location — it really doesn’t get much better.”

Seashells Albany will be the sixth property in Seashells Hospitality Group’s portfolio, complementing its Broome, Scarborough, Fremantle, Mandurah and Yallingup locations.

Visit www.seashells.com.au.

Plant Cane: inspired by the rich local agricultural community.

Bundaberg artisan distillery Kalki Moon has announced the release of the first of its Cane Farmer Series of premium rums and cane spirits — Plant Cane.

Inspired by the rich agricultural community of the Bundaberg region, Plant Cane is a premium Australian cane spirit which delivers the trademark flavour of Bundaberg’s red-soil sugar cane with a light finish that nods to the easy Southern Great Barrier Reef climate.

“The Cane Farmer Series pays homage to the men and women who have farmed our great land and grown sugarcane in the Bundaberg region for over a century,” said founder and distiller Rick Prosser.

“The region is built on the back of our agricultural industry and our farmers here in Bundaberg feed the nation from our rich red soils,” Mr Prosser said.

“All of our most famous exports have been born from the sugar cane, and it’s always been my calling since I learned my craft from the legendary local distillers to have my own range of spirits to pay tribute to my hometown of Bundaberg.”

The Cane Farmer series will join Kalki Moon’s range of premium small-batch sprits, as well as their popular range of gins, vodkas and liqueur.

Sydney Tower VIP Experience: an awe-inspiring day out.

Visitors can indulge in a day out on top of Sydney’s tallest building with the launch of Sydney Tower Eye and SkyFeast’s new Sydney Tower VIP Experience.

The awe-inspiring day out starts at the Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck where visitors learn fascinating facts about Sydney from above.

They’ll then ascend to the outdoor SKYWALK to circumnavigate the outside of the iconic Sydney Tower before reaching the transparent platform where it will feel like you’re walking on air, 268m above ground.

Enjoy dining in the sky with spectacular, 360-degree revolving views of the harbour and the city. Savour global delicacies crafted with a home-style essence, including fresh seafood, salads, mains, and scrumptious desserts.

The package costs $150 for adults and $120 for children aged 10+.

Visit www.sydneytowereye.com.au.

 Australian Museum: late for free.

Celebrate summer at the Australian Museum’s new evening programs and enjoy late night entertainment, food, drinks, live music and free entry on Thursday nights this summer.

Part of the NSW Government’s Culture Up Late initiative where Sydney’s cultural institutions will be open for extended hours during the summer, the AM will be open from 5pm-9pm on Thursday nights in January, February, and March 2021.

Summer nights at the AM will give visitors the opportunity wander through the AM’s new spaces and exhibitions and enjoy food and drink while being entertained by local DJs.

Visitors can simply walk into the AM for summer Nights at the Museum, tickets aren’t required for this special after-hours experience.

The AM’s major exhibition Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family will also be open late on Thursday nights in January, February and March and entry fees apply.

Visit www.australian.museum.

 Mantra on Murray Perth: pay $127 per night.

Accor will launch its largest ever Boxing Day Sale on 26 December, with savings of up to 20 per cent at more than 100 hotels, resorts and apartments across Australia.

The Boxing Day Sale is valid for new for travel up until 20 December 2021, and will offer unbeatable deals at Art Series, Peppers, Mantra and BreakFree properties at a range of sought-after holiday destinations.

At Mantra on Murray Perth, for instance, pay $127 per night (minimum two night stay).

Visit www.mantrahotels.com.

NOTE: Potential travellers should check the status of individual events and establishments with regard to the coronavirus outbreak.

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