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June 2019


Norah Head Holiday Park

Norah Head Holiday Park

'Unique experiences for travellers'

NRMA adds four more parks to its stable

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NRMA Parks and Resorts has added four more caravan parks on NSW's Central Coast to its chain.

Its stable of owned and managed parks has risen to 48, strengthening its claim to be one of Australia's largest tourism providers with a portfolio valued at over $800 million.

The four new parks to be managed for Central Coast Council are Budgewoi, Canton Beach, Norah Head and Toowoon Bay holiday parks.

NRMA Parks and Resorts chief executive Paul Davies said the organisation was committed to providing guests with a world-class experience at every one of their owned and managed parks.

"Tourism isn't just about the traveller, it's about the communities they visit," he said.

"Communities like the beautiful Central Coast offer unique experiences for domestic and international travellers and the NRMA is committed to unlocking these experiences for everyone."

He said his organisation's philosophy was to provide exceptional holiday experiences.

"The Central Coast is a real hotspot for holidaymakers throughout the year, but local communities still have so much to gain from encouraging more visitors to the area.

"With kilometres of pristine coastline, cultural events and friendly locals we're positive each and every guest will have a fantastic experience in the region."

NRMA Parks and Resorts already owns and operates Ocean Beach Holiday Resort at Umina Beach.


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