The Minister (left) with
Reflections Holiday Parks chair Wendy Machin and
completed at Trust's 'jewel'
seal of approval
for NSW holiday park's
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UPGRADES costing millions of dollars at the award-winning Seal Rocks
Holiday Park in New South Wales have now been
The NSW Crown Holiday Parks Trust committed $7.5 million for improvements
at the popular holiday destination, which last year scooped an Excellence
in Tourism and Hospitality gong in the Mid Coast Business Awards.
The work had cemented Seal Rocks' status as a "jewel in the accommodation
crown" within the Great Lakes Region, it said.
State Lands Minister Paul Toole
recently visited the park to celebrate completion of the staged
redevelopment, which began in 2013,
and to officially launch the new identity developed by the Trust.
He described Seal Rocks as
being one of the Trust's flagship sites.
these important recreational spaces on Crown land well maintained for
visitors and local communities to enjoy is incredibly important and will
help drive increased visitation and economic growth throughout regional
NSW," Mr Toole said.
The Reflections Holiday Parks group consolidates the management of 37
holiday parks and recreational reserves on Crown land throughout NSW and
brings a new vision for ecologically-sustainable holidays.
Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead said the improvements at the
holiday park would have a positive impact on the region's tourism economy.
"Seal Rocks has long been a popular holiday destination for families, and
I have no doubt this redevelopment will encourage more domestic and
international visitors to visit this beautiful part of the world," he
"The six new cabins, guest lounge and improved playground here at Seal
Rocks are an example of what can be achieved at other parks throughout the
State under the management of the Reflections Holiday Parks."
Reflections Holiday Parks chief executive Steve Edmonds said the focus on
back-to-nature getaways and innovative new accommodation catering to a
broader range of markets and visitors’ budgets was an exciting direction
for the organisation.
"We’re looking forward to beginning work at our other parks throughout
NSW, improving visitor facilities and creating more nature-based holiday
experiences for visitors," he said.
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