Sydney Launch Party for the Auberge Beach Villas

It was an evening of high spirits and anticipation in Sydney, Australia as Nanuku Auberge Resort Fiji officially announced its much-anticipated residential beachfront offering.

 

The standing room only crowd that gathered at the prestigious Royal Motor Yacht Club in Point Piper on September 15 was a combination of local celebrities and guests, along with those fortunate enough to hold a reservation to purchase one of the new villas. Attendees experienced the spirit of Nanuku as they enjoyed a Fijian-inspired menu and performances by Fijian dancers and musicians. Guests also enjoyed a presentation detailing the development plans, and spent one-on-one time with the project’s architect, Jeff Treverton of the internationally-acclaimed Grounds Kent Architects.

 

Demand Creates the Need to Release Phase II Now

 

Many attendees took advantage of the event to secure an expression of interest in the villas, obliging our development team to move up the release of the second phase of this offering. “We’re very happy with the growing interest in this product and were thrilled with the reception it received in Sydney,” says Sean McLaughlin, director of real estate sales for the project. “Due to the unprecedented demand, we made the decision to go ahead and release the second phase of the Auberge Beach Villas to meet the desires of the market.”

 

There’s Still Time to Secure Your Villa

 

It’s not too late to secure your piece of Fijian paradise – a luxurious villa that allows owners to enjoy a private retreat within one of Fiji’s most beautiful and acclaimed resort settings. We are about to close the expression of interest phase for this offering. So if you’re interested in purchasing one of The Auberge Beach Villas please contact us right away. We’d love for you to become part of the Nanuku family.

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