Reflections Holiday Parks
Queensland families who are hoping to arrange an end of year stay at a Reflections Holiday Park are celebrating today’s announcement by Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk to reopen their state border to NSW from 3 November.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said Reflections parks along the Coffs Coast region are particularly pleased to welcome their guests from Queensland once again.
“Our Far Northern NSW parks within the border zone have been fortunate to be able to welcome back visitors from Queensland since July, and now the rest of our parks can do the same.
“Guests and visitors to our parks from the Sunshine State make up to 25% of statewide guests so we have felt their absence during this pandemic.
“We know that people are wanting to holiday at our parks and reconnect with friends and family who have been separated by the border closures.
“Whilst we understand that there are still some border restrictions in place, we are happy to see this move in the right direction which will boost regional tourism and reunite families and friends who have suffered during this closure.
“Our parks all have a firm Covid-19 Safety Plan in place and are the perfect places to create memorable holiday experiences.
“Our coastal and country parks offer uniquely different experiences and we encourage our Queensland visitors to explore further afield.
“With 37 Reflections Holiday Parks to choose from, we really do showcase the very best that NSW has to offer.”