Wyndham Continues Expanding Wyndham Vacation Ownership
Tuesday, December 4, 2007
Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific (Wyndham timeshare) is expanding in Western Australia with the acquisition of the former Broadwater Resort & Spa in Dunsborough, Australia. The Timeshare Blog quoted Barry Robinson, president and CEO of Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific, as saying, “The Broadwater Resort & Spa aligns perfectly with our Asia Pacific inventory expansion plan and will provide much needed standing inventory for our owners.”
The conversion of the Broadwater creates Wyndham Vacation Ownership’s second Australia timeshare resort in the western part of the country, with the Wyndham Vacation Resort The Outram Perth, being located approximately 162 miles (or 261 kilometers north) of Dunsborough.
Both areas are renowned for their wineries, beautiful beaches and water sports, especially snorkeling and scuba diving. The islands off the coast of Perth are charming locales where the residents live without automobiles and travel primarily by bicycle. These islands are also the only place in the world you will find quokkas in their natural habitat.
Confused about quokkas? I didn’t know what the little critters were either until I did my research.
A quokka is an interesting marsupial that looks remarkably like a cross between a house cat, a rat, and a kangaroo. Today the quokka is a protected species, and continues to survive in acceptable numbers.
If observing unique species of wildlife is not your idea of Australia vacation excitement, Perth itself is quite cosmopolitan with excellent shopping areas, restaurants, and nightlife that vacationers sometimes compare to Paris.
In Dunsborough, the newly converted Wyndham timeshare resort will offer beachfront vacationing, a pool, day spa, wedding chapel, tennis, and excellent dining.
The Wyndham timeshare brand includes 15 resorts in the Asia Pacific region, with timeshare resale and timeshare rentals available at many locations.
Check out this YouTube video to learn more about Australia’s quokka.