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Big4 Holiday Parks Welcomes New Resort In Wooli, NSW

February 13, 2014 Hotel News No Comments Email Email

BIG4 is putting Wooli on the map and encouraging travellers to experience the beautiful surrounds of Wooli, Minnie Waters and Diggers Camp by welcoming a new addition to its 180-strong network of parks.

NSW based Solitary Islands Resort, Wooli has joined the BIG4 family, giving travellers another superior accommodation option when choosing to holiday across Australia.

BIG4 Solitary Islands 4The picturesque park is situated on 18 landscaped acres on the banks of the Wooli River, approximately 80 kilometres south of Yamba. The family friendly resort boasts access to a huge range of resort-style facilities including a 12 metre heated pool with waterslide and spa, toddlers’ pool, 18 hole mini golf course, giant jumping pillow, go-karts and a brand new interactive Play Alive electronic playground that kids absolutely adore. Kayaks, canoes and paddle boats are also available for free hire from the resort so guests can explore the peaceful Wooli River region from the water.

The resort offers an impressive and unique range of accommodation options including three bedroom spa suites, two bedroom poolside cabins, ensuite studios and deluxe cabins with a private deck and two new riverfront cabins beautiful with views of the Wooli River. The resort is also home to 12 adorable beach huts. These simple but comfy huts provide accommodation for up to four people. The beach huts are a great cost effective option for travellers on a budget with off peak rates starting at just $55 per night. There is also a large modern camp kitchen with seating for up to 100 people and three well equipped amenity blocks.

Campers and caravanners are also catered for with a choice of large grassy riverfront sites so close to the water that campers can fish from their site and dangle their toes in the water on a hot summer’s day.

The resort is a hop, skip and jump away from a number of local must-see natural attractions including the Yuraygir National Park and the Solitary Islands Marine Park. The marine park hugs Coffs Coast for 75 kilometres and encompasses estuaries, sandy beaches, rocky shore, sub-tidal reefs, open ocean and six islands in the Solitary Islands group. It’s also a popular spot for deep sea fishing and boasts world class dive sites.

BIG4 Solitary Islands Resort, Wooli owners Jan and Richard have owned the resort for 26 years and decided to join the BIG4 group to be part of a national organisation that is as dedicated to providing the ultimate holiday experience as they are.

“BIG4 sets the industry benchmark for exceptional holidays so we’re very excited to be part of such a highly regarded national network of holiday parks. We’re especially looking forward to offering our guests the exclusive benefits of the BIG4 Loyalty Club,” said Jan.                                                                                                                        

Welcoming BIG4 Solitary Islands Resort, Wooli to the group, BIG4 Holiday Parks CEO, Ray Schleibs, says the resort is a great addition to the network, providing holidaymakers in Northern NSW with an another exceptional accommodation option.

“BIG4 Solitary Islands Resort underpins what the BIG4 brand promise is all about: excellence in customer service, park presentation, superior facilities, cleanliness and safety, and ultimately, delivering a unique holiday experience in diverse Australian locations. We look forward to working with Jan and Richard to further build on the success of their business,” said Ray.

For more information about any of the BIG4 Holiday Parks around Australia and to book your next holiday visit

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