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Moves Underway to Get Fuel Pumping at Inland Holiday Parks

July 23, 2018 Lifestyle No Comments Email Email

Following the shutdown of service stations across six inland Reflections Holiday Parks, the Group has been given the ‘go ahead’ to replace the fuel facilities and get guests pumping again.

A replacement solution for the six fuel service stations, which were shut down on 29 May 2018 due to non-compliance issues, is now being worked towards at the following locations:
1. Lake Keepit (Keepit NSW)
2. Cudgegong River (Yarrabin NSW)
3. Lake Burrendong (Mumbil NSW)
4. Grabine Lakeside (Bigga NSW)
5. Burrinjuck Waters (Burrinjuck NSW)
6. Wyangala Waters (Wyangala Dam NSW)

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said the Group was moving ahead to get this vital fuel service up and running with a construction contractor to be engaged in the coming months.

“We have had final approval from the Board to proceed, so it’s now a race against time to try and get them in to keep up with our guest demands,” Mr Edmonds said.

“This is great news for our inland country parks where visitors and surrounding communities depend on this fuel availability.

“We are putting pressure on ourselves to bring back new and improved fuel supply services and will be excited to share more about how the guest experience will be improved once design solutions are decided on.”

Since the closure of the fuel service stations at the affected parks, the Reflections Group has also been working hard on a temporary fuel storage solution for guests and visitors. Affected parks will have the capability to store and decant limited quantities of fuel that guests bring in from next Saturday, 28 July 2018.

The Reflections park, at Mookerawa Waters in Stuart Town NSW, will also have a fuel storage facility for guests from this date.

Mr Edmonds stressed that the affected parks only had a limited capacity to store guest’ fuel and advised people to ring parks prior to their visit to check remaining storage availability.

“We are strongly encouraging people to refuel their cars and boats prior to arriving at the parks, however they will now have the option to store a limited amount of fuel at the parks should they need to.

“This helps minimise the inconvenience of our group-wide safety initiative of discontinuing the practice of guests bringing their own fuel and decanting it themselves within the parks.”

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