- Wednesday 11 December 2019
Already fully booked until late January, the Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park is set to once again welcome guests from Saturday, 14 December.
The old beach holiday park was demolished in July to make way for a contemporary new facility to ensure it remained a destination-of-choice for residents and visitors for years to come.
Sunshine Coast Council Mayor Mark Jamieson said the redevelopment was a $3.8 million investment in one of the Sunshine Coast’s most beautiful beachfront locations.
“It will open again very soon much to the pleasure of the campers and holiday makers who have enjoyed coming here for years,” Mayor Jamieson said.
“The revamped holiday park has been designed with the industry trend for larger caravans, motorhomes and camping trailers front of mind.
“The upgraded facility includes 59 large sites all with improved access, new amenities including a camp kitchen, landscaping and improved connections to the beachside boardwalk.
“While already booked solid through to the end of January, I encourage anyone who is looking to make a booking for later in 2020 to do so as soon as possible, as this holiday park is in high demand.
“Our enviable climate and natural landscape makes visiting our Sunshine Coast a relaxing holiday destination in any season, so I am delighted our visitors will have such a great place to enjoy during their time here.”
Division 4 Councillor John Connolly said the beach holiday park was a vibrant part of Mooloolaba and he was excited for guests to start arriving.
“The old holiday park was very tired and needed a lot of work, I think this redevelopment is fantastic for the tourism industry and our local economy,” Cr Connolly said.
“In my opinion, there’s no better place to go on holiday, you’re right beside the beach and it’s a brand new facility with all the modern conveniences guests have come to expect.”
The $3.8 million Mooloolaba Beach Holiday Park redevelopment is one of many Mooloolaba infrastructure projects Sunshine Coast Council, the State and Federal governments are investing in to create a wold-class destination for residents and visitors to enjoy including:
• $18 million Brisbane Road Car Park redevelopment
• $2.5 million Mooloolaba Boardwalk replacement
• $5.15 million Mayes Canal Pedestrian and Cycling Bridge
• Mooloolaba Foreshore revitalisation
• Mooloolaba Transport Corridor upgrade
Sunshine Coast Council operates beachside holiday parks at:
• Dicky Beach
• Cotton Tree
Visit council’s website for details and bookings: www.sunshinecoastholidayparks.com.au
Image: Finishing touches underway on the camp kitchen.