It's child's play at Peppers these school holidays
Tropical North Queensland resorts Peppers Beach Club, Port Douglas and Peppers Beach Club & Spa, Palm Cove are relaunching their popular Kids Club for the upcoming winter school holidays with even more activities to enjoy.
Just some of the activities on offer include movie nights, arts and crafts, mini cooking classes, treasure hunts, team sports, Playstation and X-box games and more – all under supervision of fun, friendly and professionally trained carers.
With the kids taken care of, mum and dad can enjoy a cocktail by the pool, catch up on some reading, indulge in a luxurious spa treatment or enjoy a quiet dinner together.
The resorts also provide additional individual touches during the school holidays such as complimentary beach toys in rooms to use at the resorts' family-friendly lagoon pools.
A hallmark of Peppers is its focus on food and while the resorts understand kids love fun food, particularly on holidays, the wide range of nutritionally balanced children’s meals makes for a tasty alternative at Peppers Beach Club’s Sublime restaurant and Peppers Beach Club & Spa’s Lime & Pepper restaurant.
Peppers spacious and contemporary apartment style accommodation provides the perfect base for families to stretch out with a range of rooms including self-contained suites, just a short stroll from the beach. Both resorts also boast a stunning sandy beach swimming pool, an onsite day spa, restaurant and more.
Escape to Peppers Beach Club, Port Douglas with the whole family from $589* per night in a Two Bedroom Suite and receive four nights for the price of three. At Palm Cove, discover Peppers Beach Club & Spa from $494* per night in a Two Bedroom Lagoon Suite and receive four nights for the price of three.
The team at Peppers has an intimate knowledge of the local area and can arrange a host of unforgettable family day trips in the Port Douglas and Palm Cove regions, whether it’s hitching together a Kuranda Scenic Railway adventure, a jaw dropping visit to Hartley’s Crocodile Farm or a wild evening out at Cairns Night Zoo.