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Hervey Bay RSL’s Beachside Development

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Hervey Bay RSL certainly doesn’t rest on its laurels, having just recently opened its $1.5 million dollar Mini-Golf and child play areas, the first of its kind in the Wide Bay area, the Club has announced DA approval to build eight five-star townhouses on one of its beachfront properties in Hervey Bay. Hervey Bay is unquestionably one of the most progressive clubs in Queensland amassing over one hundred million dollars’ worth of diversified assets. 

When discussing the project, Club General Manager Jason Lynch said that following the Club’s recent strategic planning workshop conducted by the team at DWS, the Club’s Board confirmed their strategy of continuing to diversify its opportunities and investment.

Hervey Bay RSL’s combined group of hospitality and property interests in Hervey Bay is now one of the largest employers in the area, providing millions of dollars’ worth of support to community organisations along with employment opportunities through one of Queensland’s largest hospitality school base training programs administered by CTA Training Specialists. 

Why not speak to John Dickson and the team at DWS about your next strategic plan or how CTA can assist you with staffing resources through comprehensive school based programs?

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