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LATEST hot deals with Peppers.

Palm Cove, Queensland

With a new executive chef on board at Peppers Beach Club & Spa in picturesque Palm Cove, it's an ideal time to test out the new dinner, bed and breakfast package for all those special occasions to celebrate.

Chef Vanessa Grace is now leading the talented team at the resort's acclaimed Lime & Pepper restaurant on the Williams Esplanade dining strip, bringing with her a superb knowledge of tropical flavours and a love of fresh produce.

Stay for three nights in a Lagoon Spa Room and enjoy full breakfast daily, a set menu three-course dinner by chef Grace on one evening, return limousine transfers and two 60-minute massages at the onsite Salt Beauty & Spa, all for $1600* per couple.

Valid until March 31, 2012.

Whitsundays, Queensland

With a spectacular hill-side outlook to the Whitsunday Passage, Peppers Coral Coast Resort at the holiday haven of Airlie Beach offers a luxury full-service apartment resort that is truly unique.

On top of that, experience culinary delights at the sophisticated Tides Restaurant & Bar, with a magnificent view shared by the stunning wet-edge resort pool. Then choose to indulge in pure pampering and relaxation at the on-site endota spa or venture out to explore. From $305* per night in a one bedroom apartment including a sumptuous breakfast for two people daily.

Valid until March 31, 2012.

Magnetic Island, Queensland

Peppers Blue on Blue Resort at Magnetic Island has a romantic package for couples.

Stay for two nights at the intimate island resort, including ferry transfers from Townsville for two people, a romantic two-course dinner for two people overlooking the marina and bay on one night of your choice, a latest release in-house movie each night and a hot daily breakfast for two.

From $249* per night in a hotel superior room or $299* per night in a studio superior room.

Valid until March 31, 2012.

Gold Coast, Queensland

With the new All About You Package devised for Peppers Broadbeach, now you have a legitimate excuse to relax, unwind and rejuvenate, all the while staying in the pinnacle of cutting-edge accommodation on the Gold Coast.

This luxurious package is $295* per couple per night and includes overnight accommodation for two people in a spacious one bedroom suite, a 30-minute clarity massage at endota spa, unlimited in-room movies and internet access, a superb pillow menu, complimentary iPad hire plus on-site parking and daily housekeeping servicing.

Valid until March 31, 2012.

Port Stephens, New South Wales

Yoga by the Port Stephens seaside is on offer at Peppers Anchorage with two restorative weekend yoga retreats already planned.

Beginners through to experienced practitioners will undertake a holistic journey with yoga, meditation, outdoor activities and wholesome cuisine under the guidance of YOGA TV host Kris McIntyre.

The autumn yoga retreat from March 23-25 will complement the changing needs of the season according to Ryoho yoga therapy with themes of autumn cleansing, respiration, elimination and improved digestion.

The winter-spring program from August 17-19 will focus on spring cleansing and detox, improved flexibility and strong backs and joints.

From $536* per person twin share, the all-inclusive yoga escape includes two nights in an Anchorage Room, six yoga classes, a yoga mat and DVD, breakfast daily, wholesome meals using seasonal produce including supper Friday and Saturday and lunch Saturday and Sunday, meditation sessions, morning 'joggles' and bushwalking sessions, full use of resort leisure facilities and daily free time to explore the region.

Southern Highlands, New South Wales

For the ultimate taste test, head to the Dan Murphy's Food and Wine Festival 2012 at Bong Bong Picnic Racecourse on March 3-4, held as an extension to the Australian Highlands Wine Show to promote the fantastic food and wine from the Southern Highlands region.

Peppers Manor House and Peppers Craigieburn play an integral part of what the region has to offer guests by way of culinary excellence with both retreats boasting respected award-winning restaurants - Katers restaurant and Montfort's Dining Room.

Meet the talented Katers (Peppers Manor House) executive chef Twan Wyers and Montfort's Dining Room (Peppers Craigieburn) executive chef Warrick Brook at the festival, located at stall number one, and sample a taste of their passion for the fine regional produce with delicious cooking demonstrations.

Tickets are $10 and children under 15 are free.

Surf Coast, Victoria

Immerse yourself in a unique Indulgent Oriental Geisha Retreat at Peppers The Sands Resort, Torquay, and relax in a private Japanese plunge bath at Saltair Spa Retreat before indulging in an hour-long Susu Dew Massage.

Then continue the pampering with a complimentary upgrade from a studio room to a studio view room (subject to availability) from $399* per night, followed by hot breakfast for two in Hanners Restaurant and to top it all off, a late checkout (subject to availability) and car parking.

Valid until April 30, 2012.

Lake Tekapo, New Zealand

Ensure you get the best value holiday by take advantage of Peppers Bluewater Resort's Kids Dine Free offer where children under 12 eat free off the kids menu when dining with paying adults at the resort's on-site Rakinui restaurant.

Also receive your third night's accommodation free for the family when paying for two nights. From $386* per night in a two bedroom mountain view villa set amongst the scenic mountains and glacial lake of the stunning Lake Tekapo, enjoy some rest and relaxation or an action packed escape with hot springs, swimming, fishing, scenic walks up Mount John and alpine flights available.

Valid until March 31, 2012.

*Subject to availability. Block-out dates and minimum stays may apply.

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