As part of a proactive program of infrastructure upgrades and safety improvements across the group’s inland holiday parks, fuel facilities for guests will not be available at the following park locations from today:
1. Lake Keepit (Keepit NSW)
2. Cudgegong River (Yarrabin NSW)
3. Lake Burrendong (Mumbil NSW)
4. Grabine Lakeside (Bigga NSW)
5. Burrinjuck Waters (Burrinjuck NSW)
6. Wyangala Waters (Wyangala Dam NSW)
To ensure visitor safety, it is not permitted to carry fuel into the parks for vehicles and/or boats which needs to be decanted. Guests are asked to fill their vehicles and boats at the nearest service stations. Guests travelling to Mookerawa Waters in Stuart Town will also be unable to carry fuel into the park. The closure and upgrade of fuel facilities is the next step in the group’s inland park revitalisation program which provides a 10-year roadmap for the redevelopment and structure of these precious community assets.
Priority projects for these parks have included bush fire management, park emergency management plans, installation of water treatment plants, as well as sewer and electrical upgrades.
Providing memorable and safe guest experiences is a focus of Reflections Holiday Parks, and this important service for guests will be restored as soon as the new infrastructure has been put into place. Guests will be advised of alternative fuel suppliers and when new facilities are in place within the parks.
Steve Edmonds CEO, Reflections Holiday Parks