Paradise Resort Gold Coast Families Eats FREE

In Attractions, Featured Home Page News, Food, Queensland

The best things in life can indeed be free, as Paradise Resort Gold Coast is showing with a new “Family Eats FREE” package covering stays for the rest of 2022. Bookings must be completed by 31 July 2022.

The whole family can enjoy free daily breakfast and nightly dinners as well as free kids club, waterpark access, daily activities and much more.

Voted Australia’s Best Family Resort 11 years in a row, Paradise Resort is loved by parents and children of all ages. With a myriad of family activities and features the resort is home to an ice-skating rink, waterpark, kids club, teen club and amazing activities which include a miniature train, teddy bear workshops, laser tag, poolside movies, and teen zone for the older kids.

Each morning families will be able to enjoy a continental breakfast in Penguins Restaurant with all your favourites; cereals, toast with jam and vegemite, fresh fruit and yoghurt and delicious pastries all accompanied by a selection of teas, coffee, and juices.

And after long days burning off energy in the waterpark, families can chill together with a nighty meal at Penguins Restaurant.

The “Family Eats Free” deal is available for bookings until 31 July 2022, covering stays from 17 July – 22 September 2022, 16 – 27 October 2022, and 31 October – 15 December 2022.

Packages start from $799 for three nights for a family of four. Different package rates apply to the room style and size of family. Packages subject to availability and conditions apply.

Further details: https://paradiseresort.com.au/ Tel: 1800 074 111

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