The renovation project of the Reflections Holiday Parks at Seal Rocks has been completed of late, announced by Paul Toole, the Minister for Lands.
The project of giving one of the most popular holiday parks at Seal Rocks a new identity started in 2013. After spending $6 million dollars in five years, it finally celebrated the completion of the project and the launch of the redecorated park on February 26.
Mr Toole said that the developments had made the park more family-friendly as it would allow the families to spend more fun and relaxing time together. The Reflections Holiday Parks group operates 37 recreational facilities and holiday parks across the NSW. A pioneer in the field of introducing ecologically-sustainable holidays, the group has several flagship sites and the park at Seal Rocks is one of them.
Mr Toole hoped that the redevelopment would increase the number of visitors to the park and turn it into a centre of recreational activities for the local communities. He also expected it to cause a spike in the economy throughout the NSW.
The renovation project works on the improvement of the playground and building six new cabins and guest lounge. According to Mr Toole, the development is a glaring example of what the Reflections Holiday Parks group can do to other parks under their management.
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Steve Edmonds, the CEO of Reflections Holiday Parks, said that the travellers’ growing taste for nature-oriented tours and innovating accommodation options had inspired them to invest in sustainable tourism. He confirmed that they would focus on adding more nature-based experiences in their parks and bring other facilities across the NSW under development projects.
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