Australia-based BIG4 Holiday Parks has announced that it has added a new park to its existing chain of 180 parks.
The firm said that the new park, BIG4 Eden Gateway Holiday Park, is located on the Sapphire Coast of New South Wales. It is very close to the golden sandy beaches of Twofold Bay, and just about a kilometre from the town centre. The proximity of the park to the town centre offers customers a chance to partake of facilities that include fine dining and curio shopping at Eden’s historic attractions. Those looking for accommodation inside the park have options that range from stylish cabins and luxury spa villas, to grassy campsites with power.
Steve and Beverley Watson own the park, having taken over BIG4 Eden Gateway in 2012. Since the takeover about six months ago, the owners have been adding new features to the park.
Steve Watson said, ‘The park is a holiday playground for kids and adults alike. We’re working to create precincts within the park that cater specifically to families, couples, campers and caravanners – a whole range of guests. We’re a dog friendly park too, so even four legged friends are welcome to join the family on holiday.’
The park claims to offer a variety of facilities that are perfect for a holiday break. In addition to existing facilities such as pedal karts and a jumping pillow, the owners will soon be adding a mini golf course and a bike track. In the coming years, the park will also acquire an indoor play centre and an onsite cafe. The facility is also located close to historic marine museums and the Ben Boyd National Park, where visitors can trek along the rugged and beautiful coastline on the Pinnacles track.
Eden is well known as a whale-watching location, and it is home to a vast array of marine life. Holidaymakers regularly visit the spot for marine tours, fishing charters and whale spotting cruises. Each November, Eden celebrates the southern migration of the humpback whales on the far south coast of New South Wales, and there is an annual Whale Festival for travellers to experience the magnificence of different species of whale.