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New holiday park addition to meet increased demand for South Coast high quality, sustainable accommodation

A soon to be opened $3.89 million premium cabin precinct at Reflections Holiday Park Bermagui on the NSW South Coast is expected to help to raise visitor spending in the region to $3 million annually.

The park already welcomes more than 52,000 visitors annually, in the process contributing almost $2 million to the regional economy.

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The eight new premium cabins are seen as having the potential to  bring in an additional $1 million for local businesses and tourism operators. 

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO, Nick Baker

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO, Nick Baker said the seven new 6-berth cabins and one 4-berth accessible cabin at Bermagui, will almost double the number of roofed accommodation people can book.

“Three of our older style-cabins have also been fully refurbished with new flooring, decks and larger modern-style bathrooms in response to guest feedback,” he said.

“We are also upgrading the stormwater system, building retaining walls and providing extra parking for guests and visitors with 10-metre driveways to accommodate vehicles and boats

“Bermagui is such a special part of the South Coast, and we are proud to provide more opportunities for people to visit the region and experience all it has to offer.”

The new cabin precinct, which is expected to meet increased demand for high quality, sustainable holiday accommodation in the South Coast, is part of a Reflections groupwide accelerated program of luxury cabin, glamping and tiny home developments timed to be ready in time for Summer.

Reflections Holiday Park Jimmys Beach

The NSW Government has provided $28 million in loan funding to Reflections to support ongoing plans to improve its park facilities with NSW Minister for Lands and Water Kevin Anderson said the loan funding will help it invest in capital upgrades across the state to help grow regional tourism.

“Reflections manages over 9,200 hectares of Crown land across NSW providing quality holiday experiences at 36 holiday parks, and our $28 million,” Mr Anderson said.

“Park improvements like Bermagui are part of Reflections’ Strategic Plan to boost investment to enhance guest experiences, showcase regional NSW and support local towns, businesses and economies.”

Reflections Holiday Park Urunga

As part of a $13.3 million spend, several other Reflections Holiday Parks on the  NSW North Coast are currently expanding their accommodation inventory and facilities in time for summer including:

Jimmys Beach with a premium eco-cabin precinct including nine cabins, two glamping tents a luxury saltwater pool, and high-speed Wi-Fi for entertainment and work.

Scotts Head with three new coastal premium cabins.

Moonee Beach with four tiny homes and water views.

Lennox Head with a new glamping and accommodation precinct including four glamping tents and two bell tents in a lush bush setting.

Byron Bay with a new cabin precinct of five tiny homes in a beachside setting

Ferry Reserve in Brunswick Heads with a new offering of six tiny homes by the river.

Reflections Holiday Park Hawks Nest

The next few years will also see the Reflections Holiday Parks at Hawks Nest and Forster Beach undergo major transformations with new cabins, upgraded premium powered camping sites and other new amenities including a pool and camp kitchen to significantly improve the guest experience.

Mr Baker said there are incredibly exciting times for the group which is focussed on growth with a purpose.

“By FY 2030 we aim to generate $1.3 billion in cumulative economic value for NSW while reinvesting profits back into our land, assets and communities. 

“Every dollar spent at our parks equates to about $1.53 in tourist spending in the local economy, supporting NSW businesses.”

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