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The most booked WA Police Union holiday home has undergone an extensive renovation, bringing it up to standard with the other homes in the portfolio.
In February and March this year, builders converged on the Exmouth property to gut the inside of the building and turn the drab 1960s bunker in a modern holiday home.
The property now has an ensuite bathroom off the master bedroom, remodeled kitchen and main bathroom and the laundry has been moved outside the main building.
The home was also completely rewired to bring it up to safety standards.
Vice President, and chair of the Holiday Homes Committee, Paul Gale said the Board had been considering renovations to the Exmouth property for some time.
“The biggest issue we had with Exmouth was finding a block of time to do the renovations in as it runs at 96 per cent occupancy,” Mr Gale said.
“In the end, we just had to bite the bullet because the home needed to be renovated. We have owned this property for some time, undertaken no major works and its standard was falling well below our other properties and the expectation of Members.”
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Mr Gale said the new addition of the ensuite bathroom would be a major positive for Members.
“We do get a lot of groups using this home so the extra bathroom will certainly make stays for groups more comfortable.
“The end result is brilliant and I certainly hope that Members who use the property will agree.”
Mr Gale encouraged Members who had not used the holiday homes to look at the properties on the Union’s website.
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“In the current climate, travelling around our State has never been more attractive and we have plenty of destinations and options available,” he said.
“The demand for bookings had certainly increased since COVID-19 and my advice to Members is to book your trips early to avoid disappointment.”
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