Tuesday, April 24, 2018

New BIG4 Rivershore Resort opens on the Sunshine Coast

South-East Queensland has welcomed its newest holiday park to the region with the opening of Rivershore Resort, a luxury holiday park on the Sunshine Coast.

Overlooking the Maroochy River, the BIG4 holiday park offers a variety of accommodation options for travellers from campsites to luxury glamping. The park features 80 spacious camping and caravan sites, 13 king safari tents and two family safari tents equipped with ensuites, stunning claw baths and kitchenettes.

Rivershore Resort is a family venture shared between Bernie McGovern and his two sons and will be the first new park in South-East Queensland since the late 1970s. Bernie said he is “pleased to bring a new and unique accommodation offering to the Sunshine Coast”.

Rivershore resort - River canoe

“We are thrilled to open our doors to Australian travellers,” said Bernie. “Rivershore has a truly unique offering with modern facilities that are exceptionally styled and a variety of accommodation options, that we believe, will appeal to all travellers.”

The park offers a range of activities for different age groups including a café/restaurant and bar, large heated pool complete with two waterslides, spacious picnic areas, a mini-golf course, kayak/canoe hire, bike hire and more.

“With patrolled beaches and the township of Maroochydore located just minutes away, Rivershore is the perfect family friendly holiday environment,” Bernie added.

Rivershore Resort also welcomes members of the community who can enjoy the facilities of the park for a small day fee.

Steven Wright, CEO of BIG4 Holiday Parks said: “We welcome Rivershore Resort to the BIG4 team and are excited about the range of accommodation options and facilities on offer. We are confident that Rivershore Resort will provide our guests with a terrific and memorable holiday experience.”

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