Holiday parks prepare for re-opening


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General Manager Kerry McMurray has welcomed the news the NSW Government was lifting restrictions on regional travel.

However, he is keen to learn when holiday parks can open, and under what conditions.

“We run five holiday parks, which are heavily restricted when it comes to guests.”

Kiama Coast Holiday Parks Starfish Colour_RGB@4x“Since the announcement they have been flooded with calls from people wanting to book accommodation.”

"This is fantastic for our parks, and other privately run parks in our region."

"We just need the detailed health orders to find out what we need to do before opening."

Mr McMurray said when visitors returned they would enjoy the multi-million dollar refurbishments at sites such as Surf Beach Holiday Park.

 “We have invested significant sums in the refurbishment of our parks recently, to encourage people to continue to visit our beautiful region.”

“It’s not only the cabins that have been refurbished but we’re also updating how we look online."

"We have developed a simpler, more distinctive and sophisticated look that matches our new-look parks."

Kiama Coast Holiday Park’s website and social media will soon undergo face lifts and the marketing will align with the new look. 

Mayor Mark Honey has welcomed news that visitors will soon return to the municipality.

“Our economy is heavily reliant on visitors and tourists, and business owners and their employees have suffered enormously ever since the summer bushfires and now with COVID.”

“What’s most important is that our guests can be assured we have done everything possible to make our municipality a COVID-Safe community.”

“Please come down, enjoy our beautiful beaches, holiday parks, villages, shops and cafes. But please respect the measures the distancing and hygiene practices that have made it possible to travel once more.”

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