Regional NSW is Springboard for Great Experiences and Cool Events this Season

Reflections Holiday Parks

So many things to do so little time. With a host of great events to look forward to this season, Reflections Holiday Parks is urging people to take a road trip and experience the best of regional NSW this Spring. After a few years of cancellations due to the pandemic, communities throughout NSW have sprung back with a raft of beloved events back on for locals, road trippers and guests to experience. Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Nick Baker said the 36 Reflections Holiday Parks throughout coastal and country NSW are the recreation centres for many rural and regional communities. “Every Spring our guests enjoy the multicultural events and festivals on offer, using our parks as a base to enjoy the nearby regions,” Nick said.

Guests at Reflections Burrinjuck Waters can experience Yass coming alive to merry Irish beats this weekend from the 16th-18th of September, with the region’s beloved Irish and Celtic Music Festival delighting visitors from far and wide.

The 24th of September is a popular date for fun events offering a range of cultural experiences including:

  • Cowra’s Cherry Blossom Festival at the Cowra Japanese Garden and Cultural Centre, a short drive away from Reflections Wyangala Waters. Attracting local, interstate and international visitors, this festival brings a fun slice of Japan to Cowra.
  • The Flavours of Mudgee, a short drive from Reflections Cudgegong River, is the region’s biggest food and wine event with more than 12,000 people sampling the local delights.
  • Curryfest Woolgoolga situated between the Reflections Parks at Moonee Beach and Corindi Beach. Celebrity chef Miguel Maestre will be holding cooking demonstrations throughout the day at the Moonee Beach Hotel Cooking Zone. Reflections Moonee Beach has also just started to see the season’s first fireflies. Every September fireflies treat guests and the local community with their twinkling lights bringing a hint of Studio Ghibli magic to those on their evening walks.

Further up the Mid North Coast at Reflections Evans Head, guests, and visitors from the wider region enjoy a holiday atmosphere and a range of international foods at Eat Street Yamba held on the 2nd of October.

Or head down the South Coast between the 7th– 9th of October to celebrate nature at its finest and Aboriginal Cultural Experiences at the Eden Whale Trail Festival. South Coast communities and guests at Reflections Eden and Bermagui look forward to this annual weekend celebrating the southern migration of the humpback and other whales.

/Public Release. This material from the originating organization/author(s) may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. The views and opinions expressed are those of the author(s).