Australia’s largest group of holiday parks, Top Parks, has entered the Tasmania market and expanded its reach in Western Australia due to the increasing popularity of its Top Caravan, Holiday and Resort Parks.
Top Parks Chief Executive Officer Stuart Livingstone says he’s delighted to welcome on board Discovery Parks – Hadspen near the picturesque city of Launceston, along with Cheynes Beach Caravan Park, near Albany and Lake Brockman Tourist Park in WA’s southwest.
“We’re continuing to expand our operations Australia-wide and it’s exciting to be attracting new parks of such high quality,” Stuart says.
“The park in and around Tassie is a must-do for any traveller. It’s positioned at one of Australia’s most stunning locations near the South Esk River and has award-winning wineries, national parks and family attractions right on its doorstep,” Discovery Parks – Hadspen Park Manager Ben Stebbeings says.
“It’s incredibly exciting that Top Parks now has a presence in Tasmania, and that we’re able to give holidaymakers access to the friendly, high quality offering it’s renowned for,” he says
Discovery Parks-Hadspen caters for a variety of holidaymakers to suit all tastes and budgets from luxury cottages with spas to cabins and powered sites including ensuite caravan sites. The park is also pet-friendly and has plenty of activities to keep the kids and family entertained, with a playground as well as tennis and fishing activities.
Cheynes Beach Caravan Park near Albany on Western Australia’s south coast is considered one of Australia’s finest destinations for fishing, bird watching and blooming wildflowers.
The pet-friendly park is located just a short walk to the beach, a premier location for salmon fishing and whale watching. The park offers a wide range of accommodation options from caravan and camping facilities to self-contained cabins.
“We’re certainly a fishing paradise here, as we take up prime position on one of Australia’s most magnificent coastlines while also being home to rare flora, including orchids and the Albany Pitcher Plant,” Cheynes Beach Caravan Park owner and operator Joanne Marsh says.
“It is very exciting to join the Top Parks family Australia-wide, as we’re ready to take Cheynes Beach Caravan Park to the next level and spread the word further about our incredible offering,” she says.
“It’s a great fit for us, as Top Parks caters for all budgets and takes pride in its offering of friendliness and cleanliness.”
Lake Brockman Tourist Park is set in the beautiful state forest, one of the most scenic areas in West Australia’s South-West region and is now a Top Caravan Park.
“We are on 25 hectares of amazing Aussie bushland and overlook Logue Brook Dam, a popular freshwater spot for swimming, water skiing, canoeing and fishing for trout and marron,” Lake Brockman Tourist Park owner Sonia Bennett says.
“Our campsites are powered and we also have fully air-conditioned ensuite cabins for guests who are after a bit more comfort, along with a café and new state-of-the-art playground,” she says.
“Top Parks is the group which ticks all the boxes for us because of its high quality offering in everything it does right through to a variety of budget and pet-friendly accommodation options.”
Travellers have embraced the wider choice available through Top Parks’ three styles of parks – Top Caravan, Holiday and Resort Parks.
“We make it easy for people to identify a park that suits their needs and their budget, whether it’s a quiet, grassy spot for their caravan, a pet-friendly tent site or a luxury villa,” Stuart says.
“Top Parks are recognised for their great value, unforgettable friendliness, cleanliness, outstanding guest services and local community involvement,” he says.
“We now have 207 parks across Australia and we’re planning to step up our presence in Tasmania and around the nation, as Top Parks continues to grow.”