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Kid campaign to launch at Oaks Oasis Resort, Sunshine Coast

Recently rated by travellers in Holidays with Kids 2016 ‘Top 10 Best Family Resorts’ awards, Oaks Oasis Resort offers a spectacular line-up of kid-friendly facilities for the youngest of guests right through to tweens and teens.

Known as one of Australia’s top resorts for families, Oaks Oasis Resort on Queensland’s sparkling Sunshine Coast is set to become even more of a frontrunner in the family-friendly stakes with the launch of its brand new ‘Kids Eat Free’ campaign.

From an action-packed Adventure Zone complete with putt-putt mini golf, a climbing frame, giant Kangaroo Jumper Pillow and BMX pump track, to the splashtacular water park featuring colourful slides, fountains and interactive splash zones, the lagoon-style swimming pool, and tennis and volleyball courts, Oaks Oasis Resort is the ultimate holiday destination for families seeking a relaxed, seaside escape.

The vibrant resort is inviting guests to take advantage of a ‘stay and dine’ offer when travelling with their youngsters in tow, on sale and valid for travel until 31 March 2017.

Overlooking the lotus lake and lagoon-style pool, kids aged 12 years and under are then eligible to dine for free when ordering from the dedicated children’s menu at Reflections Restaurant & Bar and accompanied by an adult.

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