A Life Well Lived

The ultimate measure of a life well lived, for me, is reaching old age and being surrounded by the people you care about – and who care about you.  Weaving yourself into the fabric of your loved one’s lives is a daily pursuit, carried out over a lifetime. There are no shortcuts - but there are ways to get ahead.

Make special moments that transcend daily life, and become lasting memories. On holiday, the things that truly matter, like family, friends, spirituality, fun and health, get almost free reign.  They can literally have their day in the sun, while things like our careers and the pursuit of financial security take a backseat.  Focusing on this truly important stuff naturally creates a climate where joyous moments simply happen.

We remember moments

Our Wyndham Timeshare Owners already know this.  Visit our Owner community online, and you’ll see a lot of weaving going on.  Below are just a few of the holiday moments shared by Owners, that crystallise  this concept.

Familes that holiday together . . .


Suzanne says: It was perfect.  After 10 years of being Owners it never gets old.  Best decision we ever made…keeps family together…makes friendships stronger and relationships last.’

The grandkids feature a lot on our Owners’ holidays.


Owners achieve favourite auntie status with the click of a button.


We like to think of Wyndham Timeshare as a tool.  A way our Owners can stay in touch with what, and who’s most important to them.  If you, like our Owners think you might find some benefit in taking more holidays, please get in touch with us – we’d love to show you how we can help!


Jacqi has become part of the furniture at WorldMark South Pacific Club over the last 11 years. She has worked in various teams, including Customer Service, Systems & Marketing. Today she has the pleasure of taking care of our online community of happy Owners. She is passionate about health, holidays and roller derby. As a mother of an 11 year old boy, she has also recently become passionate about footy!

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