Everything you need to know about the ERC partnership

Consumer demand for environmentally friendly products is continuing to increase, Governments from both sides of the aisle have committed to net-zero emissions targets, and investors are seeking brands with an eco-conscious reputation. For the caravan industry that means in order to remain equitable and compliant, we must work toward a net-zero target.

Bridging the gap between dealers and parks

 It’s a known fact that school holidays mean a lot of travellers and full caravan parks; however, for General Manager of Canterbury Caravans, it was an opportunity to show off his stock to a ready-and-willing audience.

 Online success is great, but it’s built on the back of bricks and mortar park building

Luke Emmett has been the park owner and operator of Mersey Bluff Caravan Park for over six years. It’s a uniquely placed park in northeast Tasmania just out of Devonport known for its awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets. The park is often recognised on social media for its hospitality, including this post below:

Ben says bye to Oasis

When Ben Reichstein took over Oasis Tourist Park in Virginia in the Nothern Territory (20 minutes south of Darwin), he didn’t know what to expect. Over the past five years, he has experienced tribulations and triumph – securing himself a bronze at the Brolga Northern Territory Tourism Awards.  In 2019, Mr Reichstein took over the […]

Accessibility on the Tablelands

Sitting in the stunning landscapes of the Atherton Tablelands, Lake Tinaroo Holiday has been transforming over the past five years. Since current director Lachlan Farquharson took over as Directory in 2019, there has been a concerted effort to increase the park’s accessibility options. Mr Farquharson indicated two strong reasons for this: there has been an […]

Road 2 a Million proves a huge success, with its message resonating with Australians.  

Over 75,000 holidays amassing over 367,000 nights were recorded across the 1300 participating caravan holiday parks in the Road to a Million campaign this year—a cause for celebration for an industry that provides $27 billion to the Australian economy.

How Discovery Parks – Cradle Mountain matured its offerings

Discovery Parks – Cradle Mountain, through consistent improvements from park owners, has been able to mature its offerings. It is now an iconic park and a must see for travellers making their way through Tasmania.

Holidayers are more inclined to recline

Holidayers in Tasmania are more willing to spend time seeking rest and relaxation than other activities. A study conducted by BIG4 Holiday Parks says 84 per cent of Tasmanians hit the snooze button while on break compared to 74 per cent of Aussies overall, and 89 per cent say they prefer quiet time over socialising. 

Exciting Times Ahead for Caravan Parks with Infrastructure Grants Announced

Caravan Industry Association of Australia thanks the Albanese Government and Minister for Trade and Tourism Don Farrell, on today’s grants announcement of 111 caravan parks from across the country set to receive grants between $10,000 and $100,000.

Austrade Caravan Parks Grant Program – Information Session

You’re invited to the Austrade webinar on Wednesday 7 December 2022 at 1:30pm (AEDT) The Caravan Parks Grant Program is now open. Applications will close at 4:00 pm (AEDT) on Thursday 22 December 2022.  Please join Austrade for a webinar on Wednesday 7 December 2022 at 1:30pm (AEDT) to answer any questions you may have about the […]