Voted Australia’s Favourite Holiday Park in the 2014 Turu Awards!
The nation’s leading destination for holiday park visitors, Turu.com.au , has just completed a nationwide survey of more than 3,000 Aussie holidaymakers to identify our favourite caravan/camping spots for 2014.
Australia’s favourite holiday parks promotion has awarded the most popular parks by state, territory and specialist categories – including weekend retreats, Glamping and Gramping.
Victoria’s Great Ocean Road Tourist Park has retained its title as Australia’s most popular holiday park after winning the inaugural award in 2013. The idyllic coastal hideaway is within easy reach of the Twelve Apostles and the many other scenic delights of the iconic Great Ocean Road.
Turu.com.au is the nation’s premier search engine for caravan/camping holidays, with more than 3 million visitors exploring over 1800 holiday parks from around Australia.
“The popularity of this segment continues to grow as we see more and more people experiencing caravan and camping in lots of different ways,” notes Turu.com.au General Manager Robert Gallagher.
“Empty nesters, or grey nomads, are but one part of the picture with plenty of young Aussie families enjoying a laid-back getaway in the van, tent or luxury cabin”
“And now, with the likes of Glamping and Gramping, it’s being seen as a trendy thing to do for a whole new segment of campers. Camping is cool again.”
“All our state and specialist award categories have been keenly contested, and all the finalists represent a great holidaying experience – so a special congratulations to our winners on a wonderful achievement.
“The response from the winning parks has been amazing as they look to maximise the $200,000 worth of media value shared between the winning parks.”
“Certainly Turu.com.au is thrilled to be an industry driver for such a popular Australian holiday experience.”
AUSTRALIA’s FAVOURITE HOLIDAY PARK DESTINATIONS – FINALISTS & WINNERS NATIONAL – winner Great Ocean Road Tourist Park (Vic), BIG4 Easts Beach Kiama (NSW), Amity Point North Stradbroke Island (QLD), Byron Bay Tourist Village (NSW), Sapphire Beach Holiday Park (Mid North Coast NSW).