Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba has followed in the footsteps of its award-winning sister resort at Ballina, taking out a key Master Builders Association prize recently.
The undoubted jewel in Palm Lake Resort Toowoomba’s crown, Pinnacle Country Club was named best Sporting Facility by industry judges. The award win comes on the back of three similar awards bestowed on Palm Lake Resort Ballina late in 2017 including Best Medium Density Project, Best Exhibition Home and Best Commercial Building ($5 million to $10 million).
Pinnacle Country Club caught the judges’ eyes with its inspired design, high-quality construction, premium finishes and coveted position offering sweeping views across the Toowoomba countryside towards Cranley. Then there are all of its associated world-class facilities including a 60-seat private cinema, tenpin bowling alley, state-of-the-art Milon gymnasium, observation deck, heated indoor pool and outdoor infinity-edge pool. It proudly sits alongside the resort’s eight rink undercover championship lawn bowls green.
Palm Lake Group identified the need for a premium facility at Toowoomba offering health and wellbeing benefits for residents. Pinnacle Country Club inspires activity and a healthy approach to life, and it has become quite the Mecca for residents who put their wellbeing first.
“The Toowoomba Pinnacle Country Club was designed to maximise residents’ health and wellness, while operating as an opulent recreational facility,” general manager of sales, Sue Baldwin said. “It is also the central meeting point and social hotspot of this resort.”
Toowoomba Regional Council mayor Paul Antonio himself described the Pinnacle Country Club as “very impressive” and “perhaps one of Queensland’s most spectacular” at its opening.
Master Builders’ Downs & Western regional manager Linda Rosengreen added that the “calibre of homes, projects and people entered in this year’s awards program was extremely impressive”.
“The winners in the commercial categories have completed projects that will have a positive impact on the local community now and into the future,” she said. Ms Rosengreen remarked that the winning projects really celebrated the beauty and diversity of the region, “which is a credit to everyone involved”.