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For almost fifteen years the Zone 4 Kids Club (Z4K) at Paradise Resort has been one of the top reasons families choose to stay at this family-friendly holiday destination.
"We've known for some time that what we offer families for stays on the Gold Coast was a value-packed proposition," said Resort General Manager David Brook.
"The owner's vision to retain this edge and promise, combined with the commitment of continual capital reinvestment, has seen Zone 4 Kids taken to the next level."
Helming the revitalisation was Kids Club and Entertainment Manager, Matt May, who after joining the Resort's management team over 18 months ago was given the task of creating the only permanent ice skating rink within a resort in the southern hemisphere - Planet Chill.
"Matt did an exceptional job of realising our vision for this unique attraction, working to budget to deliver another drawcard for families staying at the Resort," said Mr Brook.
With Planet Chill successfully launched to the market, Mr May and the team, turned their focus to improving a key component to family stays at the Resort.
"The Z4K has established itself as a children's utopia; an unrivalled holiday care program, which offers a range of fully supervised sessions daily with many packages including one complimentary session per child per day, catering for babies and toddlers right through to 12 year olds."
Z4K is divided into different age groups over the nine themed play spaces to ensure age appropriate care and activities are provided, allowing parents and older children time to escape the daily routine and indulge in some holiday sightseeing or precious down time.
New improvements will include enhancements to lighting, painting and the introduction of some exciting new rooms and activities.
"'Captain's Underwater World' has been improved with new lighting and luminous paint to make it feel more like you are beneath the sea," said Mr Brook. "While the old dining room has also been split in two to make way for Dusty's Safari' and the Enchanted Forest', where kids can explore the jungles of Asia or experience a magical forest environment."
Tiny Town, which has been an old favourite for many years with its pedal-powered cars, has been transformed in to Astro's Space Station'.
"Kids can now blast off and explore the galaxy and as junior astronauts enjoy hours of fun on the pedal powered space buggies complete with a space fuelling station."
"We are proud of our culture of improvement at the Resort and the addition of Planet Chill, plus the revamp of Z4K, as well as the room refurbishment, all equals a refreshed holiday experience for our guests, time after time."
For more information on the new rooms in the revamped Z4K go to: http://www.paradiseresort.com.au/play/z4k_kids_club