The expansion of Australia’s largest group of holiday parks continues with award-winning parks, Kimberleyland Holiday Park and Nambucca River Tourist Park joining Top Parks.
Kimberleyland Holiday Park situated in West Australia’s remote and rugged Kimberley region at Kununurra is the ideal getaway spot to take in Australia’s untouched region.
The park, which took out silver at this year’s WA Tourism Awards in the Caravan and Holiday Parks category, boasts stunning waterfront views of Lake Kununurra.
“We are very excited to join Australia’s leading and largest holiday park group as Top Parks is known for its amazing accommodation options including high quality and great value cabins, caravan and camping sites as well as its friendliness and cleanliness,” Kimberleyland Holiday Park Manager Lee Irvin says.
Kimberleyland Holiday Park caters for all budgets and offers accommodation from deluxe waterfront cabins to shady, grassed tent or caravan sites.
“We’re a destination which is on many people’s wish list and have everything from laundry and bathroom facilities to camp kitchens, cabin air-conditioning, television, Wi-Fi, BBQ’s, swimming pool, playground, canoe hire and even a tour desk to book cruises, scenic flights or fishing trips.
“Guests really enjoy the uninterrupted views of the fascinating tourist rock formation – Sleeping Buddha.”
Multi-award winning tourism destination, Nambucca River Tourist Park on the mid-north coast of New South Wales is a one stop holiday park with caravan and camping sites, luxury villas and self-contained cabins.
“Our location is spectacular. We’re on the waterfront of the Nambucca River with a private fishing jetty and boat ramp and being near Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour it makes the park even more appealing,” Nambucca River Tourist Park co-owner Tim Eddy says.
“We’re all about the great outdoors, whether it’s relaxing in the swimming pool, spa and sauna or getting active with our giant jumping pillow, playground, golf driving range, carpet bowling green, putt putt golf and outdoor chess,” Mr Eddy says.
“We’re delighted to be joining the Top Parks family which has the largest network of holiday parks in Australia. It’s the best way to spread the word even further about our park.”
Top Tourist Parks Chief Executive Officer Stuart Livingstone said Kimberleyland Holiday Park and Nambucca River Tourist Park are breathtaking holiday destinations.
“We are thrilled to have Kimberleyland Holiday Park and Nambucca River Tourist Park join Top Parks as the Top Parks brand continues to expand its offering to have more Parks at some of the best locations Australia-wide.
“By aligning ourselves with these three new types of parks – Top Caravan Parks, Top Holiday Parks and Top Resort Parks we are giving travellers a wider choice to identify which park suits them and their preferred holidaying style.”