Reflections Holiday Park in Urunga Celebrates $2 Million Investment in New Cabins and Named Travelers’ Choice 2022

A new $2 million cabin area has been completed at Urunga Reflections Holiday Park to meet the growing demand for high quality, sustainable holiday accommodation in the Coffs Coast region.

The new cabin district features seven premium eco-friendly two-bedroom solar-powered cabins from East Coast Homes, positioned to capture river views and feel like you’re on an outdoor adventure. Green Construction Management Pty Ltd (GCM) provided civil works, paths, car parks and services to each cabin to ensure a superior customer experience.

The new area increases the number of Urunga Park cabins to 29 and welcomes families, people with disabilities and travelers with pets. The park upgrade follows the release of the Reflection Group’s 2030 strategic plan to boost tourism and regional economies by investing in park facilities, innovative accommodations and new guest experiences.

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Nick Baker said the expanded accommodation offerings and the park’s recent commendation as a 2022 Traveller’s Choice location by online platform Tripadvisor are encouraging more visitors to stay, explore the city ​​and support local businesses.

“We offer nature-focused getaways and Urunga, in its calm coastal setting with boardwalks, wetlands and scenic walks nearby, is perfect for families looking to relax and rejuvenate,” said Mr. .Baker.

“As land managers of these parks for the people of NSW, providing a diverse range of accommodation and really enhancing our parks so that people can experience regional NSW with its unique stories, history, people and landscapes is extremely important to us.”

Lands and Water Minister Kevin Anderson said investing in quality accommodation on Crown land would help attract more visitors to Urunga, giving the region a significant boost.

“The New South Wales Government recently announced $28 million in loan funding to support the upgrade of Reflections Crown Land holiday parks and support the group’s strategic plan to boost tourism and regional economies,” Anderson said.

“Crown Lands and Reflections has also funded a soon-to-be-completed Aboriginal Son Circle on Morgo Street Reserve outside Urunga Park as an educational centerpiece for locals, guests and community local community of Gumbaynggirr to share stories and cultural knowledge. A commemorative plaque for Dr Eric Dunn, a local icon and general practitioner committed to the communities of Urunga and Bellingen, will also be erected as part of this initiative.

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