New Amenities for Brunswick Heads' Foreshore
The Brunswick Foreshore Reserves will be getting a much-needed facelift with construction underway for the upgrade and refurbishment of amenities across Terrace Reserve, Banner Park and Torakina Reserve.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said Reflections was pleased to have secured $1,227,000 in funding from the NSW Government to provide better amenities for the residents and visitors to the area.
“We have awarded Stage One of this important project to AGS Commercial,“ Mr Edmonds said.
“Brunswick Heads is a regional gem of NSW and we are committed to upgrading the amenities across the three reserves to a standard that can better serve the local community and visitors to this much-loved part of NSW.”
The amenity upgrades across the three reserves, which are expected to be completed progressively over the coming months, include new fixtures, fittings, tiles and painting as well as the inclusion of accessible toilets and showers.
Mr Edmonds said the response towards the amenity upgrades and other planned works has been very positive.
“Following feedback from Byron Shire Council, a design for the Torakina Reserve amenities recommended by the Brunswick Chamber of Commerce was adopted,” Mr Edmonds said.
“The amenities are in poor condition and the reserves really need some love. Now, thanks to Restart NSW funding through the Regional Growth – Environment and Tourism Fund, we have the means to be able to improve the experience for everyone when they visit with their families.”
There are three Reflections Holiday Parks in Brunswick Heads. To book an inspiring stay at Terrace Reserve, Massy Greene or Ferry Reserve, visit www.reflectionsholidayparks.com.au.
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About Reflections Holiday Parks
Reflections manages the operations of 37 holiday parks and community reserves on Crown land throughout NSW. Formed in 2013 to consolidate the operations of 28 coastal and nine inland holiday parks and reserves located on Crown land throughout NSW, the Group incorporated three holiday park brands, (North Coast Holiday Parks, South Coast Holiday Parks and Inland Waters Holiday Parks), under its corporate banner, Crown Holiday Parks.
Rebranded to Reflections Holiday Parks in February 2018, the Group brings its 37 holiday and community parks on Crown land under the one unified banner. The group is a not-for-profit organisation and reinvests its surplus funds across all its holiday and community parks, so visitors and regional communities can keep enjoying these pristine locations. The vision of Reflections Holiday Parks is to inspire all who visit https://www.reflectionsholidayparks.com.au