RAC Karri Valley Resort unveils $5.7 million refurb

The WA resort has had its first renovation in over two decades.

RAC Karri Valley Resort in Western Australia’s has revealed a modern new look following a $5.7 million redevelopment.

The refurbishment works were a welcome update for the Beedelup resort, which was established in 1983 as a shared-accommodation lodge.

The project has been a major focus since RAC acquired the resort 18 months ago.

“Having been untouched for many years, our priority throughout these refurbishments was to ensure the venue’s rich history and unique characteristics were preserved and enriched for Western Australians to enjoy for years to come,” said RAC executive general manager, brand and tourism, Tony Pickworth.

A new lounge area has been added to the resort’s restaurant

“All of our lake and forest view chalets have been updated and feature new furnishings, appliances and interiors, with a new contemporary reception area welcoming guests at the other side of Vasse Highway.”

Popular for event groups, The Lakeside Restaurant has also undergone extensive refurbishments and includes an extension into a relaxed lounge area, indoor fireplace and lake views.

The Lakeside Restaurant can seat up to 120 guests or 180 cocktail-style.

“By continuing to expand the amount of quality accommodation options in popular tourism destinations like Karri Valley, RAC aims to encourage our members and the community to put WA top of the list when planning their next getaway,” said Pickworth.

RAC Karri Valley Resort

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