The assortment of accommodation at BIG4 parks is immense.
Across the land are various unique offerings, from luxurious to quirky.
If you’re searching for an escape with a difference, book a stay at one of these parks…
What: Beach house and House on the Hill.
These are two excellent options at this popular Great Ocean Road holiday park. The spacious beach house sleeps up to 12 guests and the House on the Hill accommodates eight. Both are stylish and each features an inviting deck with a wonderful outlook.
What: Lagoon lodges.
The two-bedroom lodges take the term ‘waterfront setting’ to a literal level, set on top of a lagoon with pretty views encompassing the park. And there’s plenty more waterside accommodation on offer.
What: Beach houses.
A genuine stone’s throw from soft sand, these luxury two-storey, three-bedroom houses are ideal for a beachside break to remember.
What: Riverfront house.
Gather a group and enjoy a stay in this expansive five-bedroom house, which sleeps 12. It’s positioned in its own section of the park and overlooks the Clarence River, with prime views delivered from an extensive deck.
What: Two-storey townhouses.
Among the picturesque park’s excellent accommodation options are striking dual-storey, three-bedroom townhouses complete with upstairs decks. And it’s all within walking distance of town.
What: Historical shearers’ quarters accommodation.
There’s some seriously rustic and distinct accommodation options on offer at this Fleurieu Peninsula park. It includes the old shearers’ quarters, which has been converted into a motel-style room complete with a verandah that overlooks the sea.
What: River-edge cabins.
We’re not joking – these luxury two-bedroom cabins are right on the edge of Australia’s longest waterway. Naturally, the deck is the place to be, but there’s a lot to love about the interior, too.
What: Bathing boxes.
These colourful creations were inspired by Mornington Peninsula’s iconic bathing boxes and are a great alternative to camping. They’re planted among peaceful surrounds in a park that boasts direct beach access.
What: Elevated pandanus cabins.
These stylish, contemporary cabins are elevated so guests can soak up pretty views, best captured from the spacious decks. Their positioning in a quiet pocket of the park adds to the enticement.
Enjoy next level lux accommodation, perfectly suited to a romantic getaway. Better yet, the glamtainer delivers superb vistas that encompasses neighbouring Castlemaine Botanical Gardens.
What: Retreat-style cottages.
With a homely feel among tranquil surrounds, BIG4 Strahan’s charming cottages are perfect for a west coast getaway. And there are options to accommodate variable group sizes.
What: Colourful cabins.
A selection of eye-catching cabins adds to the visual appeal of this attractive park, well-positioned at the mouth of the Proserpine River. Adding to the distinctive flavour, BIG4 Conway Beach has an onsite American-style diner.
These single-room, tent-style cabins are cute and cosy and ideal for a romantic escape. That vibe is amplified by the park’s positioning, sandwiched between stunning coastline and world-famous McLaren Vale wine region.
What: Valley-view deluxe villas.
Capture a stunning outlook from the generous-size decks of the valley-view villas, which are equipped with all you need for a Tropical North getaway.
What: Retro van.
Dip your toes into van life with a stay in this refurbed, old-school caravan. It’s perfect for a couple's escape in a relaxing park that is just metres from the beach and surrounded by Murramarang National Park.
What: Elevated river-view villas.
Soak up views of the Edward River from the decks of these spacious cabins, which have been raised to allow guests to catch the breeze. The range includes two and three-bedroom options as well as ground-level accessible cabins.