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The Maroon Group

Established in 2004, The Maroon Group is an Australian based company servicing the mining and resource industries with accommodation for industry workers.

The Maroon Groups accommodation villages are of high standard and are designed in an environmentally responsible manner.

Comprising of ensuited modern rooms, restaurants, landscaped gardens, verandahs and all amenities needed.

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13/3986 Pacific HwyLoganholme QLD 429
Phone: 1300 736 250 Fax: 1300 736 248
maroongroup.com.au

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