THE hum of cement trucks and busy tradespeople has subsided, with Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba Pinnacle set to unveil its latest multi-million dollar development, the Pinnacle Country Club, tomorrow.
The project has injected vital funds into Toowoomba's local economy, engaging an array of local tradespeople and capturing the imaginations of residents.
Palm Lake Resort national sales manager Sue Baldwin is excited to see the company's most extravagant clubhouse launched at Toowoomba.
"This is exactly what our residents have come to expect at Palm Lake Resort," she said.
"This opulent clubhouse is full of luxury facilities and is like nothing Toowoomba has ever seen before."
The Pinnacle Country Club is the largest and most decadent Palm Lake Group has built anywhere in the country.
The Country Club's list of facilities is impressive, with a 60-seat private cinema, ten pin bowling alley, eight rink undercover championship lawn bowls green, state-of-the-art Milon gymnasium, observation deck, heated indoor pool and an outdoor infinity pool with sweeping views across the Toowoomba countryside.
It is being launched alongside five new display homes, which present the latest in easy living and architectural elegance.
"One of the stand out features of the Pinnacle Country Club is the infinity pool, which has spectacular views overlooking the Toowoomba country side," Ms Baldwin said.
Palm Lake Group CEO Manuel Lang says the family-owned company (which celebrates 40 years in business next month) is very proud of the Pinnacle Country Club, which gives the latest residents a new benchmark for luxury designer living.
Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba Pinnacle retirement village is located at Hogg Street, Toowoomba.
You can organise a personalised tour of Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba Pinnacle by calling 1800 280 129 or by emailing email@example.com
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