Publish date: November 2022
Welcome, welcome, welcome!
We’re thrilled to share with you the newest arrivals to the BIG4 network.
These parks expand the locations available when it’s time to plan your next exciting getaway.
Discover who has come on board.
Please note: More arrivals are anticipated before the end of the year. Stay tuned!
Park type: Classic.
Spotted within the heart of the Fleurieu Peninsula region, BIG4 Mount Compass delivers a tranquil bush setting that evokes immediate relaxation.
Assorted cabins and caravan and camping sites are dotted among spacious surrounds, backed by popular amenities led by a camp kitchen and communal fire pit. Pets are welcome on sites.
The Park is spotted adjacent to Mount Compass Golf Course. This prized 18-hole links layout has been ranked in the top 30 in Australia and welcomes visitors.
The charming town of Mount Compass is mere minutes away. Find the Park 60km south of the Adelaide CBD.
The rural-like Park setting belies a position that’s within easy driving distance of outstanding visitor attractions that flourish throughout the Fleurieu. They include:
Park type: Classic.
This expansive and peaceful Park is the perfect place to embrace nature, only 135km northeast of Melbourne.
It’s set on the banks of the Goulburn River, nestled in the shadows of mountains, and is just a short drive to the aquatic playground of Lake Eildon.
The Park’s assorted cabin range includes a dorm-style bunkhouse, and among the various sites are inviting riverfront options. Dogs are welcome on sites and in selected cabins.
A swimming pool, pump track, Jumping Pillow, playground, and camp kitchen headline the in-house features. Eildon township is less than 5km from the Park’s front gates.
These parts are a goldmine for the adventurous thanks to Lake Eildon and its surrounding National Park.
Enjoy a feast of water-based activities that includes swimming, kayaking, waterskiing, sailing, and fishing.
On dry land, there is a network of scenic walking tracks and mountain-biking trails. For some of the best lake views, head to Merlo Lookout.
Or venture further afield and reach the stunning High Country region.