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 Steve Edmonds said the Group was committed to supporting regional and rural NSW through the economic value add that tourism brings to local communities like Bonny Hills.
“We know that for every dollar spent on overnight stays at a Park like Bonny Hills, that is $1.38 directly into the local community,” Mr Edmonds said.
“This development meets the demand for more roofed accommodation in the tourism sector in market-leading ways, through cabins that link guests into, and allow them to maximise enjoyment of each sites specific natural environment, the use of handmade furniture and art works from local artisans and inclusion of premium pet friendly options.
The Bonny Hills rejuvenation of the Central Precinct includes eight architecturally designed, environmentally sensitive cabins comprising of 2 x 2 berth cabins for couples and 6 x 5 berth cabins for families.
Reflections Holiday Parks Chair Wendy Machin said the new cabin precinct at Bonny Hills epitomises the Group’s ‘Nature Never Felt so Good’ ethos.
“These eight new eco-cabins, four of which are pet friendly, really open up the park’s accommodation offering,” Ms Machin said.
“Their design also leads the holiday park industry in sustainable accommodation and creates a solid point of difference from other holiday park groups.
Bonny Hills Park Managers Jack and Peggy Kelly said the new cabins were an absolute boost to regional tourism. “We are so proud of their sustainable design and our staff Pip and Jarron Neal are excited to be able to offer such a wonderful product,” they said.