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Record holiday stays at NSW North Coast holiday parks

January 28, 2017 Headline News No Comments Email Email

North Coast Holiday Parks (NCHP) in NSW has reported a significant spike in occupancy numbers at its parks over the holidays, with some recording a rise in stays as high as 20%.

Holidaymakers are evidently turning to the traditional camping and caravanning trip to celebrate the holiday season with their friends and family.

NSW Crown Holiday Parks Trust (NSWCHPT) consolidates the operations of 35 coastal and inland holiday parks and various recreation reserves located on crown land throughout NSW in some of the state’s most iconic locations. As well as holiday parks, the trust also manages cottage accommodation in Yamba and a cabin precinct in Hungry Heads.

Dogs are welcome

NSWCHPT chief executive Steve Edmonds says high occupancy numbers over the Christmas and New Year holidays show that holidaymakers are increasingly looking for a quintessential Australian holiday experience.

“As a whole we were pleased to see that guest numbers have risen significantly and that people are increasingly deciding to spend their holiday period at our parks,” Edmonds said.

“The Christmas break saw record numbers staying at all parks in the trust’s portfolio, with many at full capacity throughout the festive season.

“We were particularly excited about occupancy over the Christmas week at NCHP Seal Rocks, which saw a 20% rise when compared to the same period last year.

North Beach Holiday Park Managers Jack & Peggy Kelly

“Other parks in the region such as Scotts Head, North Beach and Bonny Hills also saw significant increases of up to 10% in guest numbers over the holiday period, demonstrating the desirability of the parks within our portfolio.

“2017 will be a big year for our parks, with a number of significant capital works projects in the pipeline. We also invest back into local communities and maintain a number of popular public recreation reserves for people to enjoy.

“Our commitment to park guests and local communities shows who we are as an organisation, transforms regions where our parks are situated and also leads to guest numbers rising even further. It is fair to say that you should watch this space.”

NSWCHPT incorporates South Coast Holiday Parks and Inland Waters Holiday Parks.

Edited by Peter Needham

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