QLD Resort Offers 'Lost' Teambuilding Activities
[Thu 05/03/2009 10:30:03]
By Gwen O’Toole
Passengers of this downed airplane demand bonus
frequent flyer points
The activity is based on the concept of escaping from a genuine aircraft fuselage located in bushland on the resort.
As plane crash victims stagger from the wreckage, they are faced with several survival challenges, including a medical scenario where several team members have been injured in a crash and the remainder must decide who needs to be treated and carried to safety first.
Another challenge sees members race against time using hand-held GPS units to locate equipment necessary for the further challenges which lay ahead.
Novotel Twin Waters Resort general manager, Wayne Greenwood, said the property was intent on offering imaginative conference activities to stimulate delegates both intellectually and physically.
Corporate & Group Xperiences CEO, Ray Carson, said Novotel Twin Waters Resort offers the perfect setting for his company’s programs, which include laser clay shooting and life-sized inflatable foosball.
‘Being surrounded by beach, surf, rivers, lagoons and bush land, it gives us scenarios for any number of adventures‘, he said.
Novotel Twin Waters is a fully integrated 365 room resort with eight purpose-built conference venues.
Resort activities include hobie cats, kayaks, windsurfing, surfboarding, boogie boards, water trampolines, an on-site circus school Cirque Espace with outdoor team-building exercises, a Lagoon Day Spa and 18-hole championship golf course.
For more information or to book a site inspection, call 1800 072 277 or click here.