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More holiday parks move across to Top Parks during summer

January 16, 2017 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

Australia’s largest group of independent parks Top Parks continues to attract new parks across the nation, building on its position as a leader in the market.

Consumers are now spoilt for even greater choice, with four prominent parks from New South Wales joining Top Parks, taking its total to 207 sites nationally.

Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park

The Award winning pet-friendly Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park on the New South Wales mid-north coast, is now a Top Holiday Park. The park is the only beachside holiday park in Gerroa located adjacent to the popular Seven Mile Beach National Park. From luxury cabin stays to safari tents and sites with ensuites, the park is also the ideal spot for canoeing, fishing and surfing.

Wairo Beach Holiday Park

This pristine beachfront Top Holiday Park is set between beautiful Lake Tabourie and Ulladulla on the stunning south-coast of New South Wales. Stay in one of the park’s uniquely themed cabins such as The General Store, The Pub and Gas Station and enjoy recreational facilities including a pool, mini golf course and modern playground.

Buckenderra Holiday Village

A ’must see’ trout fishing destination at Buckenderra in the Snowy Mountains, the Top Holiday Park is pet-friendly and positioned on the banks of stunning Lake Eucumbene. A variety of cottage and cabin accommodation is on offer, as well as a main kitchen and dining room for guests. Popular holiday activities include water skiing, boating, swimming and bird watching. During the winter months, ski enthusiasts set up camp at the park and drive to and from Mount Selwyn, Perisher and Thredbo.

Albury All Seasons Tourist Park

A popular stop-off near the New South Wales-Victoria border at Albury, the Top Holiday Park is pet-friendly and offers everything from cabins to caravan and tent sites. An adventure playground, undercover BBQ area, camp kitchen and swimming pool are also major drawcards for travellers looking to unwind and relax.

Top Parks Chief Executive Officer Stuart Livingstone says the new parks moving across to the group compliment Top Parks three styles of parks – Top Caravan, Holiday and Resort Parks.

“More and more parks are turning to Top Parks because we’re not a franchise. Parks are instead attracted to our quality branding through a membership based business model. “The sense of community within our parks is very strong and park owners want to be a part of this, as we step up our presence Australia-wide.”

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