Did you know …? HOL­I­DAY PARKS

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BIG4 Hol­i­day Parks has re­cently wel­comed four new parks to the BIG4 fam­ily - By­ron Hol­i­day Park (NSW), BIG4 Al­bury Tourist Park (NSW), BIG4 Mackay Blacks Beach Hol­i­day Park (QLD), and River­shore Re­sort (QLD), a brand new site that will be open from Au­gust 2016 – and each new park has its own dis­tinct vibe! Ad­ja­cent to Arak­wal Na­tional Park, By­ron Hol­i­day

Park spans 11ha, and is just five min­utes from the heart of By­ron Bay.

Park man­ager Ger­ald Searle says the re­gion of­fers a ter­rific beach­side and na­ture ex­pe­ri­ence for fam­i­lies.

“By­ron Hol­i­day Park has di­rect ac­cess to beau­ti­ful Tal­low Beach via our beach track, and our fa­cil­i­ties com­pli­ment what’s avail­able in and around By­ron Bay.

“We have on­site bike hire to en­able our guests to en­joy easy ac­cess into By­ron and 15km of cy­cle ways sur­round­ing the park. Our guests can also en­joy our mod­ern, welle­quipped, all-weather camp kitchen and our salt­wa­ter swim­ming pool. We even have a chook house where kids can col­lect the eggs and learn about where their food comes from.”

The con­ve­niently lo­cated BIG4 Al­bury Tourist Park is the clos­est tourist park to Al­bury’s CBD, sit­u­ated on the NSW side of the mag­nif­i­cent Murray River, and joined the BIG4 fam­ily in June. A ma­jor shop­ping cen­tre and a va­ri­ety of food out­lets are all within easy walk­ing dis­tance and, in­side the Park, you’ll find a pool, bbq area, a range of cabin types, and pow­ered car­a­van sites.

“We have beau­ti­ful park­lands hug­ging the river­banks, which make great places for pic­nics, swim­ming and ca­noe­ing, as well as cy­cling trails along the banks,” says Park man­ager Craig Richard­son. Join­ing BIG4 in early May, Queens­land’s BIG4 Mackay Blacks Beach Hol­i­day Park is per­fectly po­si­tioned on ab­so­lute beach­front, over­look­ing the south­ern is­lands of the Whit­sun­days. The Park’s hosts, Michelle and John Young, wel­come guests to the new villa-style one and twobed­room ac­com­mo­da­tion, as well as 87 car­a­van sites across 2ha of beach­front.

“We’re a lit­tle oa­sis, with just the right bal­ance of shady sur­rounds at the park and sun at the beach. Our guests love to try beach fish­ing, tak­ing a stroll on the un­touched sands of Black Beach, or gen­er­ally re­lax­ing and un­wind­ing,” says John.

The park’s mod­ern fa­cil­i­ties in­clude a splash pad wa­ter play area and full in-ground swim­ming pool as well as a new ameni­ties block.

Due to open in Au­gust 2016, the spec­tac­u­lar River­shore Re­sort will be south­east Queens­land’s new­est BIG4, fea­tur­ing 70 spa­cious camp­ing/ car­a­van sites and 15 lux­ury sa­fari tents, and a fully li­censed restau­rant and bar on the Ma­roochy River front.

River­shore Re­sort is the first new car­a­van­ning re­sort in the re­gion since the late 1970s and of­fers glamp­ing, camp­ing and car­a­van­ning op­tions.

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