Grab a great deal this Easter with family trip package

Novotel Twin Waters Resort.
Novotel Twin Waters Resort. Ross Eason

FREE Kids' Club sessions and family breakfast along with accommodation for four are included in a $229 per night Easter deal at Novotel Twin Waters Resort.

The Family Package includes overnight accommodation in a resort room with garden view and full buffet breakfast for two adults and two children.

There's a welcome Easter gift for children while parents also receive a gift in the form of two free three-hour Kids' Club sessions for children aged 2-12 years.

A host of children's Easter activities has been organised including colouring competition, a contest to guess how many eggs are in a jar behind the reception check-in desk and an Easter egg hunt on Sunday.

When it comes to dining, the resort's executive chef and his team are preparing Good Friday and Easter Saturday seafood buffets for $68 per person.

On Easter Sunday, an extravagant buffet featuring extra chocolate treats and an extended menu will be served for $58 per person, while on Easter Monday, there is an internationally themed buffet for $48 per person.

The Aqua Bar will be open on Good Friday with a legal requirement for all guests entering the bar to buy a $16 ticket, with a child's ticket $8.

The tickets buy one plate of food per guest.

The resort is on its own lagoon with water trampoline, kayaks and catamarans.

Book at or contact reservations on 1800 072 277.


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