Some temporary changes to the fencing and occassional traffic interuptions will occur at and around the Crescent Head Holiday Park between Monday 15 June through to Friday 3 July due to the removal of 13 cabins.
As previously reported, due to the cabin replacement being carried out at the Crescent Head Holiday Park, 13 retired cabins are going up for auction online. The auction, conducted by Lloyds Auctioneers, will take place at 10am Friday 12 June, giving people the opportunity to bid on a cabin that has been a part of our much-loved holiday park.
The auction can be found by clicking on this link
All of the sold cabins will gradually be removed from the Crescent Head Holiday Park between Monday 15 June through to Friday 3 July. Residents are advised that there may be some disruption to the foreshore carpark during this time, with large trucks and machinery coming and going from the site.
As part of the removal, a section of fencing on the boundary of the holiday park along the Point carpark will be removed to create access. This fencing will be reinstated with temporary plastic barricades until the new cabins have been installed in the reserve.