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Fullshare Group to upgrade $100million resort in Whitsundays

By Mark Beale

Fullshare Group has secured development approval to transform its $100 million Mirage Whitsundays resort with the inclusion of a fine dining restaurant, spa and gymnasium.

Whitsunday Regional Council has granted approval to the China-based company to undertake the upgrade at the Airlie Beach resort.

Mirage Whitsundays general manager Anne-Marie Oxley welcomed the upgrade to the property, which was constructed in 2009.

“Mirage Whitsundays is Airlie Beach’s first 5-star resort and the developer’s investment will ensure it remains the preeminent resort on the Whitsundays Coast,” she said.

“This upgrade will take Mirage Whitsundays to a new level by incorporating premium luxury and lifestyle facilities into the resort.”

Mirage Whitsundays resort apartments are priced from 685,000 -$1.2 million and vary according to views and location.

All other properties, including a two-story villa, three-story townhouse and a penthouse are priced from $1.85 million.

Fullshare Group also plan to refurbish Laquna Quays Resort.

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