State Member for Yuroke officially opens Quest Melbourne Airport

Last night, the State Member of Parliament for Yuroke, Liz Beattie officially opened the newest addition to the Quest Serviced Apartments network – Quest Melbourne Airport.

Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana and Quest Melbourne Airport Franchisees; Nicholas County, Tim Morfesse, Matt Ainsaar and Amber Campilan, joined Ms Beattie to celebrate the grand opening, with a cocktail party held at the new property.

Guests were invited to tour the brand new apartments and facilities, and were thrilled to hear from Essendon AFL club legend, Matthew Lloyd.

Ms Beattie was then formally welcomed by Quest and addressed guests, during which she discussed the impressive growth of the corporate market, both within Tullamarine and the greater Yuroke area.

“I am delighted to be here tonight on behalf of the Yuroke community to officially open Quest Melbourne Airport. I welcome the Quest Melbourne Airport team to the area and congratulate Quest on an impressive addition to the Melbourne Airport precinct,” said Ms Beattie.

“The electorate of Yuroke is thriving, with a range of expanding industries setting up in the Airport Business Park and surrounding areas, including manufacturing, retail, education, hospitality, transport and, of course, aviation. The new Quest property provides an excellent accommodation option for this growing corporate market,” she concluded.

Quest CEO, Zed Sanjana expressed his excitement about opening a brand new property in this booming precinct, highlighting its significance to business growth in the state.

“We have received an overwhelmingly positive response since the doors opened at Quest Melbourne Airport at the end of October and I am very pleased to be here tonight to officially open this stunning new property,” said Mr Sanjana.

“The remarkable capital works program currently underway at Melbourne Airport will see significant transformation – terminal upgrades, capacity expansion and continued development of the Airport Business Park,” he continued.

“The opening of Quest Melbourne Airport perfectly coincides with the growing needs of the Airport Business Park and surrounding area; 31 million passengers currently pass through the airport each year, with this number set to double over the next two decades. 14,000 people are currently directly employed in airport related roles, anticipated to become 23,000 by 2033,” he concluded.

To commemorate the opening, Quest Melbourne Airport Franchisees made a donation of $2,000.00 to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, a not-for-profit organisation that provides essential primary health care and 24-hour emergency service to remote areas.

Quest Melbourne Airport is one of twelve new Quest properties to open this financial year across Australia, including Adelaide (SA), Woolloongabba (QLD), Berrimah (NT), Townsville (QLD), Albury (NSW), Liverpool (NSW), Nowra (NSW), Newcastle (NSW), Kelvin Grove (QLD), Chermside (QLD) and Toowoomba (QLD).


L – R: Zed Sanjana, Liz Beattie, Nicholas County, and Matthew Lloyd