HeroWyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Torquay has renewed its partnership with popular wellness gurus OnTrack Retreats to cater to the growing number of fitness-focused travellers in the South Pacific.

OnTrack Retreats is Australia’s number-one weight loss, fitness and lifestyle change retreat, offering individually-catered exercise sessions, nutritious meal plans and education workshops, as well as practical cooking lessons and post-program support.

To celebrate the partnership, OnTrack Retreats is offering discounts to those who sign up for more than four weeks, with savings of up to $500 per week off all retreat packages.

Also on offer is an extra $500 bonus pack and the opportunity for members to bring a friend free-of-charge if they book a retreat over the June – September period.

People who are brave enough to sign up for the challenge and are dedicated to transforming themselves will spend the duration of the retreat at Wyndham Resort Torquay.

Overlooking the stunning Zeally Bay at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road, the beachfront resort is the perfect destination to start a fitness retreat, especially for those who like to combine travel with wellbeing.

Wyndham Resort Torquay boasts a number of recreational and wellness facilities, including a fully-equipped gym and exercise room, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, hot tub and tennis court, and an onsite Endota Day Spa.

The resort also provides guests with full kitchen facilities in all three accommodation types – studio, one and two-bedroom apartments – while the onsite restaurant Latitude-38 provides a great choice of healthy options for health conscious guests.

The Global Wellness Institute stated in their 2014 industry report that the wellness industry is one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing markets; worth $3.4 trillion – 3.4 times more than the worldwide pharmaceutical industry.

Wellness tourism is projected to grow by more than nine per cent per annum until 2017, nearly 50% faster than overall global tourism and with its array of accommodation options and facilities, Wyndham is perfectly positioned to capitalise on the tourism industry’s niche market.

“We are well aware that travellers are eager to have healthy lifestyles while on holiday, so we have proactively tailored the facilities across our Asia Pacific resort portfolio to help them achieve this,” said Barry Robinson, President and Managing Director Wyndham Hotel Group South East Asia and Pacific Rim.

For more information or to book a healthy holiday, visit www.ontrackretreats.com.au/ or http://www.wyndhamap.com/wps/wcm/connect/Wyndham/home/Resorts/Australia/VIC/Torquay