KORORA BAY CREW: The key staff at Korora Bay Village Resort, Nicholas Cowling, Vivienne Treacy-Chandler, Todd Buttery, Stephanie Kewming and Tim Kewming.
KORORA BAY CREW: The key staff at Korora Bay Village Resort, Nicholas Cowling, Vivienne Treacy-Chandler, Todd Buttery, Stephanie Kewming and Tim Kewming.

Our resort really lasts

ONE of the Coffs Coast's iconic accommodation providers is preparing to mark a significant milestone.

Korora Bay Village Resort will next weekend notch up its 35th birthday, and it's inviting everyone to the party.

"We're proud to be one of the region's longest serving resorts and would like to share it with you," manager Stephanie Kewming said.

"People sometimes remember the Villa Nova, which was once the hotspot niteclub in Coffs Harbour back in the day, so we would like to invite the local community to come and check out our changes, refurbishments and leisure activities and enjoy a sausage sizzle by the pool."

During the open day on Saturday, November 22, the resort will have one and two bedroom apartments open for viewing.

"We hope that people in the area think of us for special family gatherings, reunions, pre or post wedding stays or simply when visitors come to the region for a short stay for work or leisure."

All of the rooms at the resort are self-contained and there are barbecue areas in several places around the property for those balmy nights.

The open day will run from 10am to 2pm on the resort grounds at 64 James Small Dr, Korora.

To register your interest call 6653 6444 by 3pm Thursday.



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