News in Brief: Tuesday May 28

News in Brief: Tuesday May 28
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Accor will open its first hotel in Victoria's coastal reort town Portsea with the June 1 launch of the new build Mercure Portsea Golf Club & Resort.

Developed by Portsea Golf Club, the four-star hotel is part of a multi-million dollar development which includes a new club house, accommodation and function complex.


Garuda Indonesia will launch a complimentary limousine service for its executive class passengers to coincide with its reintroduction of Brisbane-Denpasar flights from August.


Qantas has completed the $20 million interior upgrade of 15 of its Boeing 767 fleet.

The aircraft feature leather seats in business class, new in-flight entertainment and contemporary interior designs.


The Northern Territory's Kings Canyon Resort will relaunch its signature outback dining experience, Under a Desert Moon, from May 30 priced at $99.


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