Resort to get a makeover

DUNSBOROUGH’S Radisson Beach Resort is about to be given a new name and new look after it was this week officially taken over by the Broadwater Hospitality group.

The Radisson became known as the Broadwater Sanctuary Resort on Monday, with a $3 million refurbishment program to get under way this weekend.

Works planned for the five-star resort include the develop-ment of a day-spa and well-being centre, specialising in stress management and health pro-grams, and an on-site chapel to better cater for the growing weddings market.

The existing bar and rest-aurant also will be redevel-


Broadwater Hospitality al-ready owns the Broadwater Beach Resort on the Bussell Highway but marketing exec-utive Chris Hughes said the properties were quite different and would complement each other.

Ms Hughes said while the Broadwater Beach Resort catered primarily for families, the Broadwater Sanctuary, while also a family resort,

would be angled at the

growing corporate and weddings markets.

At present the resort includes 50 deluxe rooms, 50 exec-

utive apartments and a business centre.

The conference and meeting venues accommodate up to 150 participants and the function venue provides a dedicated facility that includes three purpose-built rooms, audio visual support, pre-function lounge, private bar, and an outside terrace overlooking Geographe Bay.

The Busselton project is one of several the Broadwater Hospi-tality group is developing around the State.

The Kareelya Property Group, of which Broadwater Hospitality is a subsidiary, plans to develop the Silos Hotel Broadwater in Bunbury, Marina Hotel Broadwater in Geraldton and Apartment Hotel Broad-water in Kalgoorlie.


(existing subscribers)

The password field is case sensitive.
Request new password

Add your comment

BNIQ sponsored byECU School of Business and Law


6th-Australian Institute of Management WA20,000
7th-Murdoch University16,584
8th-South Regional TAFE10,549
9th-Central Regional TAFE10,000
10th-The University of Notre Dame Australia6,708
47 tertiary education & training providers ranked by total number of students in WA

Number of Employees

BNiQ Disclaimer