Reflections Holiday Parks are one step closer to restoring fuel station services to guests at six of their inland parks after they were closed at the end of May this year. Visitors are also reminded that they can now bring in, store and have limited quantities of their own fuel decanted at the affected parks until the new service stations are online.
As well as putting fuel decanting options in place, consultants have been engaged for Survey, Geotechnical and Fuel Services to perform preliminary site investigations at the affected Reflections Holiday Parks including:
- Lake Keepit (Keepit NSW)
- Cudgegong River (Yarrabin NSW)
- Lake Burrendong (Mumbil NSW)
- Grabine Lakeside (Bigga NSW)
- Burrinjuck Waters (Burrinjuck NSW)
- Wyangala Waters (Wyangala Dam NSW)
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said a Design and Construction (D&C) Tender was also closing at the end of the month for the construction of the fuel facilities at the Group’s affected inland parks.
“We are targeting a mid-December completion date and are working hard to ensure our tight timeline can be maintained to ensure fuel availability for visitors and surrounding communities at our inland country parks,” Mr Edmonds said.
“We are looking at the possibility of extending our fuel service offerings to unmanned, 24/7 self-service fuel stations which offer both petrol and diesel.
“We know this move will be welcomed by fishing enthusiasts and other park guests who might require fuel out of usual office hours.
“Once design solutions are decided on we will be excited to share those with our park communities.
“We have already commenced engaging with local Councils and the Environmental Protection Authority for pre-development application consultations.”
To book at a Reflections Holiday Park visit: www.reflectionsholidayparks.com.au.
About Reflections Holiday Parks
Reflections manages the operations of 37 holiday parks and community reserves on Crown land throughout NSW. Formed in 2013 to consolidate the operations of 28 coastal and nine inland holiday parks and reserves located on Crown land throughout NSW, the Group incorporated three holiday park brands, (North Coast Holiday Parks, South Coast Holiday Parks and Inland Waters Holiday Parks), under its corporate banner, Crown Holiday Parks.
Rebranded to Reflections Holiday Parks in February 2018, the Group brings its 37 holiday and community parks on Crown land under the one unified banner. The group is a not-for-profit organisation and reinvests its surplus funds across all its holiday and community parks, so visitors and regional communities can keep enjoying these pristine locations. —The vision of Reflections Holiday Parks is to inspire all who visit.