Monday, October 23, 2017

New parks on-board at Top Parks

Independent parks group ‘Top Parks’, aims to make its presence felt in the marketplace by welcoming new parks from Victoria and New South Wales.

Middle Rock Holiday Resort at Port Stephens in the Hunter region and Lake Burrumbeet Caravan Park near Ballarat have made the move to Top Parks.

Top Parks Executive Chairman Richard Emerson said they embrace the independence of the parks, while offering the comfort of knowing they have the operational and marketing advantage that comes with being part of a larger group.

“With three different styles of parks -Top Caravan, Holiday and Resort – our over 200 operators can choose which park best suits their offering. Top Parks is known for having the most parks in the most places and so it’s very exciting for us to be welcoming another two new parks in Middle Rock Holiday Resort and Lake Burrumbeet Caravan Park.

“It’s about expanding the quality and choice available to travellers Australia-wide, while offering a strong value proposition to those parks who choose to be part of the Top Parks family.”

Top Resort Park – Middle Rock Holiday Resort owner Chris May said it was time for the park to align itself with a leading industry brand that’s in tune with various parks needs.

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