Aquis Hotel Surfers Paradise
Aquis Australia is developing a new $440 million hotel on a prime beachfront position in Surfers Paradise that will become a benchmark for luxury accommodation in the Asia Pacific region and attract a new generation of well-heeled travellers to the Gold Coast. The current tower will be demolished to make way for a 48-storey complex that will include 580 hotel rooms and suites as well as the Gold Coast’s premier dining and entertainment facilities.
Located in the heart of Australia’s capital Casino Canberra is the city’s major entertainment and nightlife venue. Aquis is currently progressing a $330 million upgrade to the complex including a six-star hotel, a 100-suite, five-star hotel as well as new bars, cafes and restaurants and promenade-style shopping precinct featuring some of the world’ leading brands. Casino Canberra is owned by the ASX-listed Aquis Entertainment Ltd
Gold Coast Highway, Surfers Paradise
A consortium comprising Aquis Australia, CCCC International Holding Limited (CCCI) and Tandellan Group has acquired a prime development site in central Surfers Paradise. The 10,500 sqm site comprises an entire block bordered by the Gold Coast Highway, Palm Avenue, Cypress Avenue and Surfers Paradise Boulevard.
Nestled in the rolling green valleys of the Brisbane and Gold Coast hinterland, Aquis Farm is a stunning thoroughbred racing, boarding and breeding facility that sets a new standard for care.
Spread over 447 hectares of rolling land and facilities purpose built for horses, Aquis Farm caters for all aspects of the racing and breeding industry.
Aquis is owned and managed by the Hong Kong based Fung family. Aquis Chairman Tony Fung has more than 40 years experience in global financial services and investment, including more than 15 years as an active investor in Australia.
Mr Fung managed the family’s financial services business Sun Hang Kai & Co until its sale in 1985. Since the sale Mr Fung has operated as a private investor focussing primarily on Hong Kong commercial property and other property-linked investments.
His tourism development experience includes the AsiaWorld-Expo exhibition centre at Hong Kong International Airport. The family’s Australian interests are managed by Justin Fung and a team of experienced executives.