SEAL Rocks Holiday Park in New South Wales scooped a top award in the
Mid Coast Business Awards.
It received an Excellence in Tourism & Hospitality gong at the awards
which celebrate outstanding businesses within the Manning, Gloucester and
Great Lakes regions
The park is part of the NSW Crown Holiday Parks Group, which has committed
$7.5 million for upgrades at the popular holiday destination.
The group says the work has cemented Seal Rocks' status as "a jewel in the
accommodation crown" within the Great Lakes Region.
The beachside getaway is known for its significant contribution to the
Park managers Katrina and Stephen Cawley were thrilled by the win, calling
it great recognition of their work over the past five years.
"Winning this award is an amazing achievement and recognition for all the
hard work and passion our team shares for the industry and our beautiful
area," Katrina said.
'Recognition from this award
grants us the opportunity to welcome even more people'
"We are so proud of where we work and live and recognition from this award
grants us the opportunity to welcome even more people to this fantastic
corner of the world we call home."
Member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead said the industry nod for the park
contributed to the region's growing reputation as a top tourist spot.
"The combination of passionate park managers and the park's ongoing
development over the past three years has seen this secret pocket of NSW
turn into a must visit destination," he said.
"Congratulations to the Seal Rocks' team."
Crown Holiday Parks Group chief executive Steve Edmonds said the award was
testament to the hard work of the Seal Rocks' team and echoed a similar
standard of excellence across the wider group.
"Our parks are consistently being recognised by local business communities
for their hard work and great contributions to the areas in which they are
based," he said.
"As a group of holiday parks our mission is to energise the local
communities in which we operate and to showcase these sensational NSW
locations to both Australian and international tourists.
"Ongoing investments made to new infrastructure at our Seal Rocks park has
been a great success as demonstrated by occupancy numbers over recent
"It signals a continuation of our goal to provide improved services to our
park visitors as we look to become a leading provider of recreational
destinations which showcase the best of NSW."