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Tue, 10 May 2016

Mantra to Manage Wallaroo Shores Resort in South Australia

Mantra Group has been selected to manage the multi-million-dollar Wallaroo Shores Resort when it opens on South Australias Yorke Peninsula later this year.

The $40 million development will capitalise on a prime coastal outlook located just metres from one of South Australias most attractive beaches, 160 kilometres northwest of Adelaide.

The four-star resort is being developed by Monopoly Property Group, as part of an extensive $220 million development which is set to transform 18.5 hectares of the picturesque beachside.

The resort will include a two-storey Function Centre, including function rooms, meeting facilities, cinema, convenience store, and a caf, all of which will be accessible to the public.

Were thrilled that Mantra has come on board to manage our first-class resort, said MPG CEO, Alex Paior. One in ten Australians stay with Mantra Group every year and the company is renowned as a leading accommodation provider both in Australia and internationally. We believe the Mantra brand will be the very best fit in helping us deliver high-end accommodation thats overdue on the vibrant Copper Coast.

Mantra Group, which operates more than 125 properties in city and leisure destinations across Australia, New Zealand and Indonesia, boasts a number of premium hotels in Adelaides CBD including Mantra on Frome, Mantra Hindmarsh Square, and Peppers Waymouth Hotel.

Mantra Wallaroo Shores Resort will be an exciting advancement for Mantra Group, as it will be our first property in regional South Australia, said Mantra Group CEO, Bob East. We are very confident that the resort will complement our existing high-performing Adelaide city portfolio and that it will quickly become a popular escape of choice away from the city.

People will be able to purchase the resorts townhouse accommodation this year. 

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