” David is a highly encouraged individual with a tested performance history. He likewise has extensive knowledge about the finest way to run a mixed-use property, and this, combined with a comprehensive food and beverage background, makes him the best fit for leading the Club Wyndham Airlie Beach group,” Cullum stated.
Wyndham Destinations Senior Vice President of Hotel and Resort Operations, Warren Cullum, said he thought the two new appointments will be strong leaders at their particular residential or commercial properties.
Over in New Zealand, the company has actually welcomed Mary-Jane Moffat as Resort Manager at Club Wyndham Wanaka in the nations south.
Moffat moves into the role already extremely knowledgeable about the Wanaka area, having owned and operated a motel and holiday letting business in nearby Te Anau.
” Mary-Jane has a wealth of experience, abilities and regional understanding gained over her time spent in the hospitality and the area industry.”
At Club Wyndham Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays, which signed up with the portfolio in 2019, the business has called the skilled David Smith as General Manager. Smith heads north to Airlie Beach from his latest role managing Binna Burra Lodge on the Gold Coast and also brings experience in senior roles across resorts, restaurants and holiday clubs in Australia and the UK.
Wyndham Destinations has actually appointed two new leaders to take charge in General Manager roles at Club Wyndham residential or commercial properties in North Queensland and New Zealand.
The swimming pool at Ramada Resort by Wyndham Wanaka in New Zealand.