Reflections Holiday Parks Throw Open Their Gates from Today


Twenty-four Reflections Holiday Parks across the state including Burrinjuck Waters are excited to be welcoming guests once again as parts of regional NSW emerge from lockdown today, Saturday 11 September 2021.

Reflections Holiday Parks manages Burrunjuck Waters as part of their portfolio of 37-holiday parks and 43 public recreation reserves across the state. This week’s announcement by the NSW Premier to lift the lockdown for parts of Regional NSW deemed low risk has meant that staff at 24 Reflections parks are geared up to resume normal operations and able to welcome guests once again.

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Nick Baker said the response to the NSW Premier’s 11:00 am announcement on Thursday was immediate with more than 1500 bookings made in the 36 hours since the announcement.

“In this time of pandemic and Covid stress, I am incredibly appreciative to see the level of trust that the public have put in our parks to provide a safe and memorable holiday,” Mr Baker said.

“Covid has had a huge impact on people’s travel plans and we know that people are absolutely wanting to take this opportunity to have a break and relax with their families once again in a natural, outdoor setting.

Burrinjuck Waters – Yass Valley

“Our teams have also been working around the clock to ensure that people have peace of mind when they stay at our parks or visit our day reserves.  Stringent COVID plans are in place, including additional cleaning of all facilities and a contactless check-in system.

“This has been a tough time for the country and on behalf of Reflections I would like to thank everyone for their cooperation as we comply with government and industry direction.”

Mr Baker said the remaining 13 Reflections Holiday Parks still affected by lockdown restrictions were taking this time to make improvements.  “Our staff have been busy with landscaping, maintenance work and painting to create an even more welcoming environment for guests when they can return.”

Reflections Holiday Parks exiting lockdown

from today, Saturday 11 September 2021

Ballina

Lennox Head

Bonny Hills

Massy Greene

Burrinjuck Waters

Moonee Beach

Clarkes Beach

Mylestom

Coffs Harbour

Nambucca Heads

Copeton Waters

North Haven

Corindi Beach

Red Rock

Evans Head

Scotts Head

Ferry Reserve

Shaws Bay

Grabine Lakeside

Terrace Reserve

Hungry Head

Urunga

Lake Keepit

Wyangala Waters

For more information about Reflections Holiday Parks or to book online, visit www.reflectionsholidayparks.com.au. Bookings can also be made by calling the parks direct.