Margaret River Nature Park
offers seven parks
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SEVEN caravan parks now fall under the umbrella of Australian Tourist
Park Management's partnership with WA motoring organisation RAC.
The news follows RAC's acquisition of eco-style Wharncliffe Mill Bush
Retreat, which has been renamed RAC Margaret River Nature Park to promote
its unique location in the heart of the Margaret River region.
ATPM, which is owned by the NRMA, owns and manages close to 40 parks
ATPM/NRMA Parks and Resorts chief executive Paul Davies said the addition
of the Margaret River property, in the heart of Western Australiaís best
known food, wine and adventure region, fitted
well with the companyís strategy to grow tourism in regional Australia.
"ATPM is dedicated to providing guests with exceptional holiday
experiences through combining fantastic locations, great hospitality and
excellent facilities," he said.
"This philosophy applies both for our client park owners and our own
RAC executive general manager (Brand and Tourism) Tony Pickworth said the
new acquisition would give RAC members and other guests a relaxing and
authentic South West bushland experience.
"Located among the tall timber of the Wooditjup National Park (formerly
Bramley), the park provides guests with a nature-based holiday, displaying
the unique beauty of the Margaret River region," he said.
"RAC Margaret River Nature Park includes cabins, safari tents, dorm rooms
and powered caravan and camp sites, giving guests a range of ways to
tailor their experience."
The park joins other iconic WA locations in the RAC Parks and Resorts
family, including Exmouth Cape Holiday Park, Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort,
Cervantes Holiday Park, Busselton Holiday Park, Karri Valley Resort and
the Ningaloo Reef Resort in Coral Bay.
"Whilst our parks and resorts welcome guests from all over the world, they
are designed to encourage Western Australians to holiday in their own
backyard and offer value for money experiences in WA's most popular
tourism destinations," Mr Pickworth said.
NRMA and other motoring club members receive discounts on stays, with RAC
members receiving up to 20 percent.
Guests will also soon be able to use RACís new 'lay-by' system to book
their holiday and pay it off in instalments.
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