With an abundance of fresh air, space, wildlife and water at your fingertips, not to mention an award-winning restaurant with a revered new chef, Q Station in Manly just became the hottest new destination to put on the staycation list.
Located on the shores of Sydney Harbour amongst more than 36 hectares of Sydney Harbour National Park, Q Station is offering guests a winter staycation package that is guaranteed to excite and includes overnight accommodation in a queen deluxe room, a gourmet breakfast hamper and a $100 Boilerhouse Restaurant & Bar credit.
Executive Chef, Griffith Pamment of Rockpool, Bills, Sean’s Panorama and most recently Longrain fame has taken the reigns of Boilerhouse Restaurant & Bar and has already transformed the restaurant which is located right on the shores of Quarantine Beach. Griff’s paddock to plate ethos has been infused throughout the brand-new Mediterranean inspired menu, with signature dishes including potted prawns with celeriac remoulade, ricotta gnocchi with shimeji mushrooms and truffle, and a crisp skin ocean trout with warm cauliflower salad and whipped cod roe.
With elegant, refurbished rooms that are in-keeping with the property’s National Heritage status, Q Station offers a vast array of experiences for guests to enjoy, many of which are tailored to the wellbeing, adventure and culture-seeker market. Think kayaking on the property’s own exclusive Quarantine Beach, bushwalking through national park, cycling, yoga and history tours. The property’s world-renowned ghost tours are also an obvious drawcard.
Just 35 minutes from central Sydney, 3 minutes from Manly Beach and set on Sydney’s glorious harbour, Q Station is one of Australia’s most picturesque and unique heritage retreats that is just waiting to be discovered (or re-discovered).
Q Station’s Winter Staycation package is available for stays from now until 31 August 2020 and rate is $225 per night. Minimum 2 night stay required. To book, please call (02) 9466 1500 or contact your local travel agent.
SOURCE: Q Station Manly