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Found on the New Tweed Coast, just north of Byron Bay and 15 minutes south of the Gold Coast, Kingscliff is fast becoming a must see destination for Queenslanders and Australians alike.
Kingscliff draws thousands of visitors every year because of its relaxed holiday lifestyle and abundance of leisure activities available. The pristine and uncrowded two kilometre beach stretching from Cabarita to Fingal provides an adventure playground with surfing, swimming, rock fishing or even diving at Fido’s Reef or Cook. For those seeking an adrenalin charged adventure can try their hand at water sports on the nearby Tweed River or perhaps a relaxing fishing river cruise.
The main strip of Kingscliff, Main Parade is lined with trendy outdoor cafes sure to please all food lovers with each offering delicious cuisine and some of the best seafood in the region.
Also close by is Mount Warning providing both volcanic soils, cultivating delicious tropical fruits in the region as well as an adventure fuelled activity with walking tracks from the base to the summit, providing spectacular views of Northern New South Wales.
Mantra on Salt Beach is on the doorstep of many popular Queensland and New South Wales must-see destinations including Gold Coast theme parks and beautiful Byron Bay, just a short 30 minute drive. On-site enjoy our gorgeous lagoon style pool perfect for cooling off in on those hot summer days.
Here is your 2017 opportunity to get together with your colleagues from around the world and delve into what is happening in the Timeshare Industry. Take advantage of the beautiful Kingscliff backdrop to reacquaint yourself with old friends and make new, whilst taking the opportunity to pick up some great insights to take home with you.
The two day/3 night event will involve numerous speakers from both within and external to the industry. Use this as an opportunity to broaden your mind.
4-6 September 17
Mantra on Salt Beach
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