Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Why is Moonee Beach Holiday Park a ‘pet’s paradise’?

North Coast Holiday Parks’ (NCHP) Moonee Beach is celebrating a win after being recognised as the number two pet-friendly park in Australia by Time to Roam.

The Australian camping and caravanning magazine article was based on nominations from readers, with parks included having a rating of ‘four paws or more’.

The article noted the great amenities for pets at the parks such as a dog wash station to ensure all pets staying at the park are looking their best when meeting potential furry friends. It also expressed enthusiasm surrounding the park’s neighbouring pet-friendly park.

Park managers Mark and Kelly Shaw said they were excited about the recognition, which demonstrates their dedication to providing inclusive holidays to all family members – no matter their shape, size or species.

“We are so excited to be recognised as one of the best pet-friendly parks in Australia. We now have nine dog-friendly cabins and dogs are allowed inside the cabins with their owners,” Kelly said.

“All of Moonee Beach is wonderfully dog friendly, including the local Moonee Beach Tavern for meals, Moonee’s shopping centre which is a short drive from the park and the local Doggy Café which comes complete with play area.

“Dogs at Moonee Beach can stay across the park with their owners and we have dog-waiting areas outside all amenities blocks, our camp kitchen and the main office. Our pet-friendly status makes Moonee Beach a great place for the whole family, especially for four legged members.”

NCHP Moonee Beach is part of the NSW Crown Holiday Parks Trust (NSWCHPT), which has a strong focus on providing unforgettable holidays for families in iconic destinations across NSW, furry friends included. NSWCHPT also manages the operations of Inland Waters Holiday Parks (IWHP) and South Coast Holiday Parks (SCHP).

NSWCHPT CEO Steve Edmonds said the group was dedicated to fulfilling the recreational and accommodation needs of families across Australia, recognising that many guests prefer not to leave their pets at home when on holiday.

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