Caravan Industry Association of Australia recently approved six more caravan holidays parks to carry the Accreditation Key and we want to welcome them into the program. We promote the Accreditation Key as the symbol of best practice through our national marketing campaigns, always urging consumers to “Look for the Key”. Congratulations to the following parks for achieving accredited status.
Situated in Bowen in tropical north Queensland, Queens Beach Tourist Village is comprised of several acres of tropical and gardened sites, 23 self-contained cabins, 3 amenities blocks (with disabled facility), 3 dump points and 137 powered sites (grass and slab). They market to a range of tourists, corporate workers, small families and couples. We welcome owners Craig and Donna Witts to the program.
Situated in Townsville QLD and operated by Next Generation Holiday Parks, the park has a prime location on the beach with views to Magnetic Island and within close proximity to The Strand and Townsville’s CBD. Plans are in place for major improvements to the park facilities and some capital works initiatives. We are pleased that CEO of Next Generation Holiday Parks, Daniel Tilton, and his management team have joined the program.
Hamelin Bay Holiday Park sits on 6.62 hectares of land situated opposite the Hamelin Bay foreshore reserve. A number of improvements have been undertaken since the leasehold began including the addition of 14 cabins and cottages and a new reception building. Congrats Hamelin Bay Holiday Park on your accreditation!
In the past BIG4 Launceston Holiday Park was a tired, run down property, but since then it has undergone an extensive facelift. Some of the improvements were a complete refurbishment of the existing laundry and amenities, four brand-new two-bedroom villas, and updates to existing family cabins in the way of new kitchens, floorings, paint and window furnishings. Awesome work by the Drayton family!
Port Stephens Treescape Camping and Accommodation is an addition to the Port Stephens Beachside Holiday Park group, offering an alternative to the beachside parks. The park is situated at One Mile Beach on 8 hectares of natural bushland with accommodation ranging from 1 bedroom Studios and Suites to powered caravan sites and unpowered campsites. Well done on achieving accreditation!
Situated 5 kilometres west of the tip of Cape York, this park claims the “most northern” address in Australia. Their beachfront accommodation includes cabins, safari tents, powered and unpowered sites plus they also have a restaurant and bar. It’s great to have such a remote and unique park join the accreditation program!