Bigger & better park a gateway to Ningaloo
The $10 million transformation of an Exmouth caravan park is now complete, boosting its capacity by 70 per cent.
Redevelopment of the RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park included increasing the number of sites available and adding resort-style facilities to entice guests to travel to the town.
Eight new self-contained studio rooms were completed last month and are among the new facilities available, along with a new lagoon swimming pool and children’s wading pool, a new camp kitchen and games room, 147 additional powered sites, and eight new ensuite sites completed in August.
RAC tourism executive general manager Tony Pickworth said the redevelopment would allow more people to visit the region and enjoy an unforgettable holiday experience.
“These exciting changes have transformed the park, delivering an improved guest experience in one of WA’s most spectacular locations,” he said.
“We’re thrilled to be able to offer a range of quality accommodation at multiple price points, giving more Western Australians the opportunity to stay in this unique location.
“For those who prefer self-contained accommodation, we have eight new studio rooms, while a significant increase in sites caters for the booming caravan and camping market.”
Mr Pickworth said the park was ideally located for exploring the Ningaloo Reef.
“Placed at the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef, the park is the perfect base to explore the underwater wonders of Turquoise Bay and Ningaloo Marine Park, making it the perfect holiday at home,” he said.
“Our aim is to make WA holidays simple and satisfying for our members and the wider community, and we’re proud to offer access to some of the most beautiful locations anywhere in the country.”
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