We are delighted to announce the award-winning Millbrook Resort, Queenstown New Zealand has appointed Melbourne based to provide conference and incentive representation services in Australia.
Formally an expansive wheat farm the resort has retained many of the features of a bygone era. Set in a natural, alpine amphitheatre against a backdrop of snow-capped mountain ranges on the outskirts of world-renowned tourism destination Queenstown.
Millbrook features five-star accommodation with over 175 hotel rooms including studio rooms, one bedroom suites, two bedroom villas, fully equipped 2-4 bedroom cottages and the exclusive 3-4 bedroom Fairway Homes. In addition, there are world class dining options, the Spa at Millbrook (ranked among the Top Ten in the World), a health and fitness centre, a championship 27-hole golf course, covered driving range, swimming pool, outdoor spa pools, tennis courts and several kilometres of biking and walking trails.
The Millhouse Conference Centre can accommodate meetings up to 140 delegates and is complemented by additional venues with their unique attributes. These include the intimate boardroom style of Waterfall Cottage, the Pavillion, a permanent silk-lined and carpeted marquee with capacity to 180 delegates, the Clubhouse for special functions to 100 delegates and the extensive facilities of the Hotel Villas and Fairway Homes for additional syndicate options.
The Resort’s outstanding dining options will be further enhanced with the September opening of the new Japanese restaurant, Kobe Cuisine featuring Queenstown’s only Teppanyaki grill serving the highest quality Wagu Beef.
According to MHF Marketing, Managing Director, Mary Helen Farrell, “ We are delighted to welcome Millbrook Resort to our portfolio of international conference and incentive clients. Millbrook Resort has successfully retained the feel of the original wheat farm but has incorporated luxury features without compromising the tranquillity of the beautiful landscape. The changing colours throughout the seasons only add to the lure of the region where incentive participants can enjoy championship golf, skiing in the nearby fields, spend time in the gold rush era village of Arrowtown, enjoy a spa treatment or just relax in front of the open fire with a glass of the famed Central Otago Pinot Noir”