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JUNE 2022


'The perfect getaway for families'

Reflections group partners NSW's tourism campaign

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THE Reflections Holiday Parks group has encouraged holidaymakers to 'Feel More and Live More' after the launch of a new state-wide tourism campaign promoting caravan and camping holidays throughout NSW.

The campaign, launched by Destination NSW in partnership with the Caravan & Camping Industry Association, is part of the NSW Government’s 'Feel New' brand, which promotes the natural wonders and cultural offerings of NSW.

Reflections Holiday Parks chief executive Nick Baker, pictured, said Reflections partnered with CCIA NSW on the Feel More, Live More campaign which aligned with the nature-based, outdoor adventures guests experience at Reflections parks.

"Caravan and camping provide the perfect getaway for families to enjoy quality time together, and Reflections has 37 holiday parks in some of the state's most spectacular locations, which welcome around two-million guests every year," he said.

"Our guests also have a huge impact on regional economies, with $100 million in economic value generated by our parks last year alone.

"By FY2030, we expect to be contributing more than $214 million annually to regional NSW townships.

“We are committed to elevating our park experiences and helping NSW communities grow and prosper.

"Our guests travel beyond our parks to explore nature, get to know the local communities and support local businesses, products and services."

Reflections Holiday Parks general manager of Marketing and Sales Peter Chapman said it was an "absolute pleasure" to work with CCIA NSW on the campaign.

"I am an outdoor junkie and having the opportunity to collaborate with CCIA NSW on promoting nature-based, domestic tourism is a brilliant fit for myself personally and for Reflections Holiday Parks, who is a major industry partner of this campaign," he said.

Reflections offers coastal to country camping experiences with all of the natural wonders NSW provides in abundance.

"Guests at our coastal parks are currently getting the full whale watching experience, while our country parks are providing spectacular dams 2-3 times the size of Sydney Harbour, cosy campfires and unique encounters with the native wildlife.

"Our Lake Keepit Park near Tamworth has a white kangaroo called Wally, who likes to come out and play.

"Only one in 50-100,000 kangaroos are albino so it is an absolute privilege for our staff, guests and visitors to the reserve to be able to see him there."


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