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: Restored trams.
The park has pulled out all stops to create a truly memorable stay experience in the heart of a famous wine region. Two circa 1930s Melbourne trams – retired from service in the mid-90s – have been meticulously restored. The result is a unique and stylish accommodation option filled with character and charm and oozing handy extras inside and out. This includes a private outdoor wood-fired hot tub. Get on board!
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: 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: Holiday house.
Tucked away directly next door to the park, this seven-bedroom beauty is perfect for group stays or breaks with extended family. Sleeping up to 16 guests, it includes 1ha-plus of exclusive grounds that feature a private pool and outdoor entertaining area. Meanwhile, the park’s many facilities are at your fingertips.
BIG4 parks across Australia provide ample chance to indulge in exciting glamping adventures.
Find anything from cute pods to luxurious bell and safari tents, with choices that suit both couples’ escapes and family getaways.