BIG4.com.au is open for bookings 

Page last updated: 7 August 2020

We’ll continue to bring you the latest news and information on BIG4 parks and their guests right here as well as on our Facebook page.

BIG4.com.au is open for bookings. In particular, bookings for Sep/Oct school holidays and Christmas bookings are selling fast.

Book with confidence

At BIG4 our number one priority is the health and safety of our guests. In our parks, increased cleaning and hygiene practices have been implemented. Social distancing (1.5m) applies across all BIG4 parks with indoor social distancing rules applicable in all parks in all regions. 


Victoria

In line with the Victorian State Government announcement, people living in Metropolitan Melbourne have now moved into Stage 4 restrictions and people living in regional Victoria have now moved into Stage 3 restrictions.

As of Wednesday 5 August, some BIG4 parks in Victoria will be open for essential travel only.

We appreciate that this is frustrating news for those who had planned or were planning a break. If your booking has been impacted due to these new restrictions please contact the park directly. We appreciate your support in what we know is a hard time for everyone. 

For more information please see the DHHS website here.

The lockdown time frames may change at any time, for more on the latest COVID-19 information in Victoria, including more information on lockdown suburbs, please see the local state government page here.

To view any of our parks in Victoria please visit our Victorian state page 

The following parks are closed in Victoria and not taking any guests: 

  • BIG4 Port Fairy Holiday Park (opening on 17th Aug)
  • NRMA Portland Bay Holiday Park
  • NRMA Halls Gap Holiday Park
  • NRMA BIG4 Yarrawonga Mulwala Holiday Park

All other parks in Victoria are only accepting Essential Travellers in specific accommodation types and some of their facilities may be closed in accordance with regulations. Please check the individual park page for more details. 

More information on Essential Travel here [see point 11.3]


The lockdown time frames may change at any time, for more on the latest COVID-19 information in Victoria, including more information on lockdown suburbs, please see the local state government page here [opens in new window].



New South Wales

The New South Wales border is open to visitors from all states but Victoria

  • There are no internal travel restrictions within New South Wales
  • All our parks are open and most are fully operational.*
  • Groups of up to 20 are permitted at parks

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more information please visit the New South Wales  State Government Corona Virus page

To view any of our parks in New South Wales please visit our NSW state page

 

Queensland

The Queensland border is open to visitors from all states but Victoria and also listed "hotspot" areas

From 1.00am on Saturday 8 August 2020 the whole of NSW and the ACT will be considered a COVID-19 hotspot.

  • Guests will be permitted to travel within Queensland.
  • Groups of up to 100 people will be permitted
  • All our parks are open and fully operational *
  • Some restrictions on indoor facilities
  • No school groups at this stage

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed
Parks may require you to supply the following:

  • Border pass (guests from out of state)
  • Guest Declaration Form (this is a Queensland Government requirement)

For more information please visit the Queensland State Government Corona virus page

To view any of our parks in Queensland please visit our Queensland state page 


Western Australia

The Western Australia border is currently closed to visitors from all states

Internal Travel is permitted but Access into remote Aboriginal communities remains prohibited

  • All our parks are open and fully operational*
  • Groups of up to 100 are permitted at parks

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more information please visit the Western Australian State Government Page

To view any of our parks in Western Australian Parks please visit our Western Australia state page 


South Australia

The South Australian border is open to visitors from Western Australia, Tasmania, Queensland and Northern Territory. Visitors from ACT and New South Wales are required to undergo a 14 day quarantine. Visitors from Victoria are not able to enter South Australia. All visitors arriving in South Australia must register with authorities.

• All our parks are open and most are fully operational.*

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more information please visit the South Australian State Government Page

To view any of our parks in South Australia please visit our South Australia state page 


Tasmania

All non-essential travellers arriving in Tasmania will be required to enter quarantine for 14 days. Visitors from Victoria are not allowed to travel to Tasmania. For more information here.

In addition:

  • All Tasmanian parks are open and most are fully operational.*
  • Groups of up to 20 people will be permitted
  • Pools will be open*
  • Play equipment will be open*
  • There will be some restrictions on indoor facilities*

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more on the latest COVID-19 information in Tasmania please see the local state government page. 

To view any of our parks in Tasmania please visit our Tasmania state page


Northern Territory

All BIG4 parks are open and online bookings can be made.  Borders are open to all states. Anyone arriving in the NT from 17 July 2020 must complete a Border Entry Form prior to arrival at the border. 

Interstate Hotspots - requirements for travellers

If you are intending to travel to the NT from an identified coronavirus hot spot you are strongly urged to reconsider your plans. Anyone arriving into the NT from a hotspot must do 14 days mandatory supervised quarantine at their own cost. Please see link on how to enter the NT from 17th July 2020.

We can't wait to welcome you back!

Feeling unwell?

In line with government advice, if you or one of your travel party are feeling unwell, we request that you do not travel or visit a BIG4 park. Please contact the park directly to discuss your booking.  


BIG4 memberships extended

We have been very pleased to extend all current memberships by 6 months. You are still welcome to renew your BIG4 Perks+ and VIPerks memberships here, as well as make a booking for later in the year and beyond.


Stay connected

Keep tuned to our social channels like Facebook and Instagram for timely information and updates. We will continue to use these channels to inspire and entertain you with terrific travel articles, park information, and tips and hints as we all look forward to getting back on the road for a well-deserved break.