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Quest Woolooware Bay embraces 'wellness-driven' design

The Ascott Limited, Australia’s (Ascott Australia) Quest Woolooware Bay presents a coastal retreat that’s revitalising the local community as part of Novm’s billion-dollar Woolooware Bay Town Centre in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire.

Ascott Australia’s strategic investment in the 71 key greenfield property capitalises on the amenity rich precinct, which includes a shopping centre, waterfront parklands, a shared pedestrian/cycle path, outdoor fitness zones and children’s playground. Nearby Wanda Beach gives guests the ability to enjoy a waterside walk from Botany Bay to Brighton le Sands.

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Quest Woolooware Bay represents the ongoing evolution of Ascott Australia’s commitment to building communities through embracing wellness driven design. The property features a Garden terrace overlooking Woolooware Bay and every room has a balcony with views of the ocean, surrounding golf courses and PointsBet Stadium available.

Ascott Australia’s GM Growth and Capital Strategy, James Shields, says he is proud to see the convenient mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom spacious serviced apartments plus accessible rooms added to the rapidly expanding Quest Apartment Hotels network.

“Quest Woolooware Bay fills a gap in the local market for amenity rich, comfortable and flexible accommodation,” James said.

“Ascott identified key opportunities in the local market including VFR, allied health, b2b and construction which have all historically relied on short stay rental offerings. Ascott’s latest property stands in prime position to service this demand.”

“Quest choose development partners that share our values, prioritising quality over quantity to ensure our growth is sustainable,” said James. “Our focus is on building lasting relationships and working together to deliver the best outcomes for Quest business owners and guests.”

Adrian Liaw, CEO and Executive Director of Novm, the developer of Woolooware Bay looks forward to seeing the tourism aspect of Woolooware Bay come to life.

“Woolooware Bay has always had the vision of being a destination where people could live, work and play. By having Quest Woolooware Bay, Novm looks forward to it also being a place people can “stay” with the tourism component of the project now coming to life. With the stadium and Bay Central shopping centre just below, and Cronulla only minutes away, everything is within reach for guests.”

Erin Martin, Senior Project Designer (Interiors) at TURNER, said Quest Woolooware Bay’s interiors reflect the natural landscape that surrounds the prime waterfront location.

“The lobby is light filled and inviting, and flows into the adjacent suite of meeting rooms. The serviced apartments are all designed to capture the substantial views on offer. The interiors are fresh and modern to establish a relaxed coastal character. Textured elements, including a combination of timber and light sand tones, blend seamlessly to immerse guests in a warm and inviting ambience for the duration of their stay.”

Quest Woolooware Bay business owners and local residents James Winchester and Sarah Dowling have teamed up with business owners at Quest Ipswich, Alison and Adam French.

“We live just 500 metres from Quest Woolooware Bay so we feel blessed to be given the gift of this property,” said James. “We love how everything from retailing at Bay Central Shopping Centre to waterfront dining and even Wanda beach is in walking distance, and we’re the only place to stay that’s metres from a professional sporting ground in PointsBet Stadium.”

“Right now we’re working hard to ensure Quest Woolooware Bay is a place everyone can call home. Whether you choose to visit us for work or to spend time with relatives who live in the growing number of apartments here, or for live sport at Shark Park, or for a place to relax surrounded by nature, we have everything on offer from accessbile walks to whale watching.”

“It’s not lost on us that the place of first contact is minutes from Quest Woolooware Bay. The upcoming ferry wharves connecting Kurnell and La Perouse will expand the depth of the cultural experience available here, offering a valuable opportunity for immersion in First Nations culture that encompasses perspectives from both ship and shore.”

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