SHOW BOOKINGS 1800 014 014 | Book Online
Subscribe for the latest news and events |
   
Previous Next Twin Towns Interactive Map

Stay & Dinner Packages

Dinner and a night in ‘Cooly’ for under $125 per person

 As the winter chill sets in, Outrigger Twin Towns Resort has turned up the heat with a sizzling new dine and stay package to celebrate the $20 million makeover of the adjoining Twin Towns Services Club.

 Outrigger Twin Towns Resort is offering overnight accommodation in a hotel studio room and dinner for two in Signatures restaurant for just $245, or $265 for an upgrade to a deluxe hotel room.

 Signatures’ menu is described as a Buffet D’Hote – or simply – a sumptuous savoury and sweet buffet, plus a choice of six main meals brimming with seasonal produce sourced from the Tweed Valley including award-winning Barkers Creek pork.

Outrigger Twin Towns Resort is literally perched between the Queensland and New South Wales border towns of Coolangatta and Tweed Heads and is connected to Twin Towns Services Club via an overhead, enclosed walkway affording guests easy access and free of the elements.

The dine and stay packages are available on Friday and Saturday evenings and are ideal to combine with a concert at Twin Towns Showroom, which draws top acts from around the world.

 Some of the performers heading to Twin Towns include country music greats Adam Brand, Troy Cassar-Daley and Adam Harvey; Aussie rockers, Jimmy Barnes, Moving Pictures and Renee Geyer; and one of America’s most enduring singer-songwriters, Don McLean, of American Pie and Vincent-fame.

 Outrigger Twin Towns Resort’s dine and stay package is available for stays until March 2014 excluding school and public holidays.  For bookings, contact the resort direct at twintowns@outrigger.com.au, or call 07 5536 2121.

T&Cs:  $245 Dine and Stay packages are available Friday and Saturday evenings, for two adults and include accommodation in a hotel studio room and dinner for two at Signatures restaurant. Reservations are subject to availability.

Posted on 17 Jun, 2013 - Permalink


  


Return To Top