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JUNE 2022


Projects like this will help the local industry thrive'

Upgrading underway at Lorne Foreshore caravan park

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UPGRADING the family-friendly Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park’s Queens Park site on Victoria's Great Ocean Road is underway.

Work will include a new enclosed kitchen and undercover BBQ area, improvements to the existing toilet and amenities and new water tanks.

The kitchen and BBQ area will include new seating and features such as ramps to ensure compliance with the Disability Discrimination Act, welcoming more caravan park guests with a disability to enjoy the enhanced experience.

Great Ocean Road Coast and Parks Authority chief executive Jodie Sizer revealed that tourism on Great Ocean Road tourism had taken "a big blow" during the COVID pandemic.

"Projects like this will help the local industry thrive once again and provide new and returning visitors with an even better experience," she said.

"Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park is one of our most popular sites and we look forward to getting these works completed ahead of the peak summer season and welcoming guests to experience the new facilities."

The Queens Park site will be closed to all guests and the public until late November this year and construction work is being carried out between 7am and 4:30pm.

The Erskine River, Kia Ora, Top Bank and Ocean Road sites of the Lorne Foreshore Caravan Park will not be impacted and will continue to operate as normal.

Work is being funded by the Victorian Government's Great Ocean Road Visitor Experience Uplift grants program, via the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning.


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