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July 2019


Mooloolaba Holiday Park: set for $3.8m facelift

Mooloolaba Holiday Park: set for $3.8m facelift

Bid to keep a 'destination-of-choice'

Mooloolaba park shuts for multi-million dollar revamp

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MOOLOOLABA Holiday Park on Queensland's Sunshine Coast is having a multi-million dollar facelift.

The local council said it was anxious that the iconic park at Parkyn Parade remained a destination-of-choice for residents and visitors.

The park has now closed until early December to enable the current facilities to be demolished and replaced with high quality modern amenities.

"Our holidaymakers deserve contemporary facilities which meet their needs and the industry trend for larger caravans, motorhomes and camping trailers requires larger sites," Divisional Councillor John Connolly said.

"This extensive $3.8 million upgrade will replace the 75 small powered sites with 60 larger sites, all with improved access, new amenities including a camp kitchen, landscaping and improved connections to the beachside boardwalk.

"Iíve met many people who have made treasured memories and life-long friends while staying at the Mooloolaba Holiday Park.

"I am delighted council will be able to provide them with the latest conveniences that patrons have come to expect when holidaying."

A $500,000 renewal of the northern section of the Mooloolaba Spit Boardwalk will coincide with the redevelopment and is anticipated to be complete by late September, weather permitting.

It is the second and final stage of the $2.5 million boardwalk renewal, a joint initiative of Sunshine Coast Council and the Queensland Government through the Local Government Grants and Subsidies Program.

The council said that undertaking the work outside the peak summer tourism period would minimise disruptions to the community.


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