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From left clockwise: Sir Bob with Mr Cleverley, Matt with

From left clockwise: Sir Bob with Mr Cleverley, Matt with
Mr Cleverley and Chris with the resident quokka

Famous faces visit island resort

Star-studded start
for Discovery park

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DISCOVERY Parks, which operates over 60 caravan, lifestyle and tourist parks around the country, is feeling starstruck.

Its latest park, opened just weeks ago on Rottnest Island in Western Australia, has already attracted some famous faces, including Hollywood's Chris Hemsworth and his family.

They dropped in for a holiday and were among the first guests to stay in one of the resort's superior family glamping tents.

Other Hollywood heavyweight Matt Damon visited for the day and Boomtown Rats lead singer Sir Bob Geldof also made an appearance.

Nestled behind the dunes of famous Pinky Beach, the 2.8 hectare holiday hideaway offers 83 fully furnished eco-tents, resort pool and pool bar to complement its centrepiece, Pinky's Beach Club.

General manager Andy Cleverley described it as a "star-studded" beginning for the resort.

"It was a huge privilege to host Chris, Elsa and the kids at the resort," he said.

"The Hemsworth family was able to soak up the sand and sun from one of the most spectacular coastal locations in WA Pinky Beach and experience a true Australian holiday from the luxury of one of our beautifully appointed eco-tents."

During his stay, Chris was snapped with the island's resident friendly marsupial ... the quokka.

In recent years the animal has become a social media star, thanks partly to other famous personalities capturing their own photos of the macropod during their visits to the island, including Hugh Jackman, Roger Federer, Margot Robbie and now Chris Hemsworth.

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