Linking Bookings for a Larger Group

When you are part of the party to be booked in

  1. Fill in and submit an online booking form for yourself and immediate family only.
  2. Record the booking id number the response returns to you.
  3. Provide the booking id number to the rest of the people who are to be booked in with you, and have them submit a web booking application per family group. They must quote the booking id number for them to be linked to your booking.

When you cannot accompany your guests

  1. Create a booking id for them by filling in the online form with your details and the correct lodge and dates, but without any actual people listed to be booked in.
  2. Supply this booking id to your guests to then fill in their own form with their contact details and the booking id number you have supplied to them. Do not supply your membership number to your guests.

For a priority booking where you don't want your credit points priority "diluted" by your guests bookings

  1. Fill in and submit an online booking form for yourself and immediate family only.
  2. Create another booking id for your guests by submitting another booking form - putting your membership number and name on the contact details, not providing credit points, and not specifying any actual people to be accommodated.
  3. Supply the resulting booking id to your guests to then fill in their own forms with their contact details and the booking id number you have supplied to them. Do not supply your membership number to your guests.

Large group Room Allocation

The blank room allocation form may be of use for large groups planning their bookings. Send a scan of this filled in form to to nominate how you would like your group to be accomodated. Note that this does NOT replace the booking application forms for the members of the group, and there is no guarantee that the booking officer will be able to allocate the rooms as requested. That will depend upon who else is booked in and what their room requirements are.

Page last updated: 27 Apr, 2017