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September 2018


Evans Head tourist park

Improvements incorporate community feedback

'Exciting time' at Evans Head
as $7m plan gets underway

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THE first stage of a $7 million improvement plan for Reflections Holiday Parks Evans Head should be completed in time for Christmas and the New Year.

Work will include installing new cabins in line with the accommodation launched at the group's Seal Rocks park earlier this year.

Expressions of interest are also being invited to get the popular kiosk at Evans Head up and running again on a long-term tenure basis.

Reflections Holiday Parks chief executive Steve Edmonds said the staged redevelopment at Evans Head commences the Plan of Management formally adopted by the Minister for Primary Industries, Lands and Water in 2016.

"This is an exciting time for the group as one of our points of difference is highlighted in our Park Development Program, with the introduction of new innovative cabins following environmentally sustainable design principles.

Works staged to minimise impacts
on visitors

"We offer inspiring holidays where the natural environment is the focus and our new cabins, with their flowthrough to the outside, really take advantage of the amazing surrounds of Evans Head."

The upgrades are initially focused in the Riverside Precinct with works staged to minimise impacts on visitors.

The local community will still have access to the public reserve, with future works (including new pathways from Oak Street down to the waterfront reserve) designed to open up the area.

Mr Edmonds said the park improvements at Evans Head incorporated feedback from community consultation via the Plan of Management Adoption process.

"It is also important to note that we are balancing the inclusion of our environmentally sensitive cabins, with many camp sites still located within the Riverside Precinct," Mr Edmonds said.

"Stage two and three of our park works will involve further upgrading of sites and community facilities, improved pedestrian access and more integrated landscaping.

"We are also significantly investing in our North Coast parks at Jimmys Beach, Forster Beach, Lennox Head, Shaws Bay and Clarkes Beach to ensure our accommodation offerings meet the current demand and are in line with or exceed industry standards.

"We are a not-for-profit body and are excited to give back to local NSW communities by reinvesting our surpluses across all of our parks and public recreational reserves to keep regional communities and visitors enjoying these precious community assets."


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