Published June, 2023
We are thrilled to announce that the BIG4 network has continued to expand significantly in June. So far this year we’ve had 56 parks join us in 2023. With these new parks, we’re bringing you an even greater selection of fantastic holiday parks in desirable locations across Australia for your next break.
Take a look at our 13 new Partner Parks.
Region: Tropical North
Nestled amidst rainforest and mountains, Tasman Cairns Cool Waters is a naturally beautiful option for families and couples looking to experience the best of Far North Queensland.
Located just seven kilometres from Cairns city centre, it’s conveniently accessible, by car or from Cairns Airport.
The Park offers a tranquil escape from the daily grind, with excellent amenities and a range of activities just moments away.
Visitors can relax stunning pool and spa within the Park, or perhaps take a swim in the crystal-clear waters of the croc-free creek. Don’t forget to visit Bernie’s Café onsite or head to the Turtle Sanctuary at feeding time to see these cute ancient creatures up close.
Cool Waters provides a fantastic base to check out all that Cairns has to offer, including the world-famous Great Barrier Reef and the 100-million-year-old rainforest of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics.
Region: The Murray
You’ll feel a world away from the hustle and bustle on the Murray River at scenic Moama Echuca, just a 2.5hr drive from Melbourne. The Park boasts 1.5km of river frontage, with a private boat ramp and marina for easy access to water activities.
Accommodation options include a Pioneer Themed Holiday Cabin Village. With friendly staff and excellent customer service, Merool on the Murray is the perfect destination for water sports enthusiasts seeking a relaxing break.
Moama’s local attractions such as the Botanic Gardens, Echuca Moama Market, Old Telegraph Station, Five Mile Mountain Bike Trail and NAIDOC For Our Elders exhibition are sure to keep you entertained during your stay.
Region: Great Ocean Road
Nestled among beautiful gum trees on the banks of the Barwon River, Tasman Geelong is the perfect location for a weekend getaway or family vacation.
Only an hour's drive from Melbourne and minutes from Geelong's city centre, the Park is an ideal base for exploring the Surf Coast, Bellarine Peninsula, and Victoria's second-largest city. Catch a Geelong Cats game or take a stroll along the scenic Geelong Waterfront.
After a day of Park or local activities, relax by the pool, or with a glass of wine while the kids are entertained in the games room. The Park offers fully equipped camp kitchens, free BBQs, and outdoor dining areas.
Region: South West
Located in an ideal spot for exploring the south-western coast of Australia, Yallingup Beach provides a unique destination.
Challenge yourself against the big waves or relax with a swim in the tranquil lagoon. Whether it's a family weekend or a longer stay for travellers, this is the perfect place to unwind. You can sit back and watch the sun set over the Indian Ocean.
Yallingup Beach is designed to take full advantage of its beautiful surroundings. Here you’ll find grassy green areas nestled among ancient banksia trees, ideal for parking a van or setting up a tent.
In the morning, you can cross the road to reach the white sands and clear waters of the beach for a surf, fish, or relax by the lagoon.
Region: Sunshine Coast
Surf, sun, beaches, restaurants, cafes and boutiques. What more can you say about Noosa? Whether you’re after a relaxing time or a family holiday full of activities, Noosa has you covered. Ingenia Noosa North is the perfect place to stay while you’re in town.
If you’ve got the kids in tow you’ll enjoy the heated pool, kids wading pool, playground as well a pool table and table tennis to keep the little ones entertained.
The stunning Noosa Main Beach and shops of Hastings Street are just a 15-minute drive away. With attractions like the world-famous Australia Zoo as well as Aussie World and Sea Life aquarium all within an hour’s drive, you’ll be making the most of your time away with a stay at Noosa North.
Region: South Coast
Known as the best-kept secret on the South Coast, Myola offers pristine white beaches paired with crystal-clear water. View underwater creatures in their natural habitat snorkelling in the aqua-blue waters of Jervis Bay.
Myola is located in the City of Shoalhaven, a pleasant drive from Sydney, Wollongong and Canberra.
Immerse yourself in nature's best offerings as you take in the breathtaking surroundings of the ocean, creek, and untouched bush.
Indulge in life's simple pleasures by watching a stunning sunrise, lounging by the pool, spending quality time with family at the beach, or going fishing.
Discover the Shoalhaven Wine Region, take the ferry to Huskisson, and experience the beauty of Callala Beach. Relax and enjoy a truly unforgettable getaway at Tasman Myola.
Region: Phillip Island
Experience the natural beauty of Phillip Island, with its stunning beaches, picturesque coastlines, and native Australian wildlife.
This Park offers a range of accommodation options, from cabins to caravanning and camping, catering to everyone's needs.
From puzzles, illusions, mazes and mini golf at A Maze'N Things, the heights of Clip ‘n Climb or rev your engines on the track at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, there’s no shortage of fun nearby. Gorge on delicious treats at Pannys Chocolate Factory or check out the local growers and produce of the region.
After natural beauty? Phillip Island has you covered. From nature walks, penguin parades, and wildlife parks, to a surf or swim at the beach, Phillip Island has something for everyone.
Region: The Murray
Only 2.5hr from Melbourne, Tasman Moama on the Murray is situated at Echuca Moama on the nation’s longest river. If you’re looking for fun as well beautiful scenery, then Moama on the Murray has you covered, offering cycling trails, swimming, canoeing, waterskiing, paddle boarding and fishing on and around the river.
The Park sits on 34 hectares of land and features 2.5kms of river frontage allowing you to really enjoy the views and embrace the tranquillity of the surroundings during your stay.
During your stay in Moama, rest assured there’s plenty of local attractions to keep you entertained. Explore the beautiful Botanic Gardens, browse through the vibrant Echuca Moama Market, visit the historic Old Telegraph Station, experience the thrilling Five Mile Mountain Bike Trail. These attractions are bound to add excitement and enjoyment to your time in Moama.
Situated on the Bass Coast, Wonthaggi Park Lane offers a peaceful retreat for those seeking to explore the beautiful cliffs and beaches of the region.
Offering a range of accommodation options, including family and studio cabins, glamping pods, and powered and unpowered caravanning and camping sites. This pet-friendly Park features a heated indoor swimming pool, camp kitchen, BBQ area, and guest laundries.
The local area boasts a plethora of swimming and surf beaches, impressive restaurants, and wineries, making it the perfect destination for a relaxing getaway. There’s also the gin distillery, an 18-hole golf course, the State Coal Mine and the Bass Coast Rail Trail.
Region: Fraser Coast South Burnett
Experience the perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and warm hospitality at Tasman Fraser Coast, nestled in the heart of breathtaking Hervey Bay.
Immerse yourself in the thrill of whale watching during the season or set foot on the world's largest sand island. Chill poolside or explore endless kilometres of stunning coastline. For kids and big kids alike, the thrills of Wetside Water Park are just 10 minutes away. Whatever you feel like doing, Hervey Bay is sure to have an attraction that takes your fancy.
If you’re after an affordable stay in Hervey Bay then look no further. The Park offers a variety of cosy accommodations to suit your budget, complemented by top-notch amenities that will exceed expectations.
Unwind with a leisurely stroll to the nearby beach, just a kilometre away, or venture into the vibrant centre of Torquay, where bustling shops and a thriving nightlife await. Whether you seek relaxation, exhilarating activities, or a mix of both, this Park has you covered.
Region: South West
Situated alongside the Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, Tasman Yallingup Caves offers a serene escape surrounded by nature and breathtaking scenery. None more so that the Ngilgi Cave, previous known as Yallingup Cave itself.
Witness mesmerising sunsets over the beach and immerse yourself in the peaceful ambiance of the bush. Grab a coffee and experience the iconic Caves House Hotel, just a stone's throw away.
Lose yourself on one of the scenic walking trails surrounding the Park. Take a refreshing dip in the lagoon, ride the waves at nearby beaches, or cast a line and catch your own dinner.
If relaxation is what you’re after, simply unwind and take it easy. Delight in a bottle of local wine and indulge in a grazing platter within the Park's lush green surroundings. Meanwhile the kids can hit the games room or expend their energy on the jumping pillow.
Region: Fraser Coast South Burnett
Hervey Bay’s beautiful coastline and boundless nature is only 3.5hr drive from Brisbane on the Fraser Coast. Recognised as the whale watching capital of the world, from June to September people flock to the Bay for a glimpse of these majestic creatures.
Rest assured there’s plenty of things to do year-round with a plethora of amazing ecotourism adventures and breathtaking bucket list experiences awaiting you in Hervey Bay.
Located in a prime location just 300 metres from the stunning Torquay Beach and Charlton Esplanade, Tasman Torquay Palms provides an excellent base for exploring the region.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of panoramic coastal views as you swim, surf, and fish. Stroll to the nearby shops, cafes, restaurants, parklands, and popular tourist attractions, all within easy walking distance.
Embark on a journey to the World Heritage-listed K’gari (Fraser Island), or venture to Reefworld – one of the world’s few all-natural aquariums. Prepare to be enthralled by the experiences that the area has to offer.
Region: South Coast
Immerse yourself in the beauty of dramatic coastlines, breathtaking vistas, and a wealth of geological wonders. Uncover cultural landmarks and discover tales of history and tradition.
An abundance of natural beauty awaits you. Spot wildlife and check out the migrating whales from a nearby lookout. The Park itself is near Murramarang National Park which boasts views of Belowa Island; perfect for fishing, kayaking and families.
Whether you're a foodie wanting to try regional delicacies, a family looking for something wholesome and satisfying, there’s a variety of exceptional venues to choose from.
Tasman Kioloa Beach offers fantastic amenities including a swimming pool, tennis court, playground and a BBQ area, providing plenty to keep everyone entertained.