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In Australia Oaks boast a number of central, sought-after city locations including Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Darwin. Our resort destinations are beach side in idyllic coastal destinations such as the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.
- 11 Brisbane
- 1 Gladstone
- 1 Gold Coast
- 1 Ipswich
- 2 Mackay
- 1 Middlemount
- 1 Moranbah
- 1 Port Douglas
- 1 Redcliffe
- 2 Sunshine Coast
- 2 Townsville
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- Date: 02 August 2016 - 30 June 2017
- Venue: Birdwood Avenue
1966: The Year That Changed The World
1966 was the year that Australia sent a Task Force to Vietnam, the year the first National Servicemen served in the war and the year of the battle of Long Tan. Australia felt the heat of the Cold War and the throes of a youth revolution, in the year the first baby boomers came of age. Fifty years on, this exhibition tells the story of a year that changed Australia and the world. 1966, the year that changed the world is one of three temporary exhibitions in the Galleries of Remembrance, located in the undercroft beneath the Shrine of Remembrance, Victoria’s largest and most visited war memorial of National Significance. The Galleries feature over 800 objects, photographs, uniforms and works of art illustrating the experiences of Australians at war and in peacekeeping operations, from the 1850's to the present day.
Abode Bistro Chocolate High Tea
- Date: 28 October 2016 - 18 June 2017
- Venue: 150 Day Street
Join Adobe Bistro for their decadent Chocolate High Tea every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The Chocolate High Tea will take you on a journey around the equator, featuring flavours from Colombia, Indonesia, Madagascar, Peru, Venezuela and Cuba. Using 100 per cent cocoa from the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, they’ve created some amazing sweet and savoury delights, to match with their Dilmah tea blends such as Moroccan Mint, Rose Vanilla and Earl Grey. Served every Friday from 2pm to 4pm, Saturday and Sunday from 11:30am to 1:30pm, or 2pm to 4pm.
A Flea in her Ear by Georges Feydeau
- Date: 31 October 2016 - 17 December 2016
- Venue: Sydney Opera House
In the Paris of the early 1900s, playwright Georges Feydeau was a promiscuous, cocaine-snorting figurehead of the hedonistic counterculture. He was also the consummate humorist of the Belle Époque – A Flea in Her Ear, his key work, has remained in the repertoire of theatre companies around the world since its premiere in 1907. In a test of her husband’s fidelity, Raymonde Chandebise lures him to a notoriously seedy hotel. From there, everything falls apart. A Flea in Her Ear is an outrageously funny comedy constructed with the technical precision and beauty of a Swiss watch. Farce can be a misunderstood genre, but this production has two of Australia’s finest theatre-makers at the helm. Andrew Upton’s unerring ear for the comic and the colloquial meets its perfect match in the deft hands of director Simon Phillips (Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead). Working together for the first time, and alongside visionary designer Gabriela Tylesova, these theatre heavyweights bring the sophistication, wit and detail required to make a flawless farce an absolute pleasure.