Publish date: January 2023.
There’s been loads happening in BIG4 Park Land.
Since we last highlighted brand-new additions to parks all over Australia, another bunch of flashy features have opened to guests.
Fun, innovative, convenient, stylish – it’s all here.
See what could be in store for you on your next BIG4 break.
What: Pool and entertainment precinct.
Following an almighty makeover, this much-loved Sunshine Coast holiday park unveiled a massive lagoon-style pool packed with fun features. Joining it will be an exciting new food and beverage and entertainment area, due to open in early 2023.
What: Glamping tents.
A handful of luxurious safari-style tents are tucked away in a secluded pocket of this leafy holiday park. Each tent has its own private deck as well as a BBQ, firepit, and clawfoot bath in addition to various creature comforts. Romantic getaways sorted.
What: Splash park.
Aquatic awesomeness alert! This brand-new splash park is headlined by three water slides, water cannons, and a giant tipping bucket. It adds to a feast of in-park entertainment, and it’s all just a short stroll to beautiful beach.
What: Treehouse-style playground.
There’s even more reason to book a stay at this family favourite thanks to the addition of a humungous playground. Adjoining tables and chairs allow parents to watch on with ease and react appropriately when cries of “Look at me, Mum/Dad!” invariably arise.
What: Swimming pool.
Cool off with a dip in this resort-style pool. It adds to a generous assortment of in-park amenities that creates a memorable experience when visiting the iconic outback SA town.
What: Swim-up bar and pool.
Already armed with a ton of first-rate features, the renowned resort continues to set the standard. Although this dazzling new addition clearly caters to adults, the precinct is family friendly.
What: Adventure playground.
This mega jungle gym has kids’ magnet written all over it. The colourful creation combines with plenty of other in-house family entertainment at the heart of Australia’s most famous wine region.
What: Camping decks.
It’s time to elevate your camping experience, literally. Select powered sites include private timber decks that are set in peaceful, picturesque surrounds.
What: Splash park and pool.
The action-packed, zero-depth splash pad suits kids of all ages thanks to its variable zones and sensory experiences. Additionally, it allows for wheelchair access. For more water-based leisure, check out the park’s new pool.
What: Airstream caravans.
Old meets new in Port Stephens. The park has added retro-fitted 1970s Airstreams to its impressive accommodation range. The revamped vans are loaded with modern amenities both inside and out.
What: Undercover play area.
The spacious facility boosts the popular park’s year-round appeal and includes a jumping mat and a pirate ship with a slide. It’s backed by ample outdoor entertainment that’s particularly suited to families.
What: Tram accommodation
The unique accommodation option saw the rebirth of two circa 1930s Melbourne trams, meticulously restored to create a fun and stylish stay experience. Each is equipped with a host of handy extras inside and out.