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Camping trips good for kids and regional areas

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

With the school holidays just around the corner, one of the best options for a family holiday is a caravan or camping trip! Taking a camping trip is not only good for you and your family; it also supports our regional areas, who are suffering from drought and fires. Taking a camping trip to a region, ...

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New eco-cabins for Bonny Hills

Monday, March 2, 2020

Reflections Holiday Parks has opened a new premium, environmentally sensitive, cabin precinct at Bonny Hills, just south of Port Macquarie. The new cabin precinct was launched in late February, with the Member for Port Macquarie, the Hon. Leslie Williams MP, celebrating the completion of eight new cabins and showing her support for regional tourism. Reflections Holiday Parks CEO ...

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Cruise into Bass Strait from Wilson’s Prom

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Countless Australian and overseas tourists make the trek to Wilson’s Promontory (the Prom) in Victoria, the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, each year. While most will recall walking remote coastal bushland trails and swimming at pristine beaches dominated by granite tors, in recent months a new perspective on a wilderness adventure has arrived at the Prom. Media ...

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‘Keep on Camping’ initiative to drive regional tourism following bushfires

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

In the aftermath of Australia’s bushfire crisis, Caravan Industry Association of Australia’s new ‘Keep on Camping’ initiative is urging travellers to visit affected areas on their next caravan and camping trip. Caravan and camping has a unique role in the sustainability of Australia’s tourism industry, with 30 per cent of all trips in regional Australia involving ...

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Australian families choose caravans and camping

Thursday, July 18, 2019

From year-long adventures to overnight escapes, Australians spent more than 54 million nights on caravan and camping trips last year; many sharing their adventures as Guest Travellers on Journeys to Come. Australian families led the way, taking more than 4.4 million of the 12.9 million trips, with new figures from Tourism Research Australia proving that domestic ...

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Hop over to Kangaroo Island

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

If you want camping or glamping plus everything for the seafood and wine lover, the beer and honey bee aficionado, as well as adventures for the lone bush walker or the five-star resort-style enthusiast– Kangaroo Island, off South Australia, has it all. Media consultant Lina Caneva and her photographer partner Ian McGill took off in their ...

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