The role of the NSW Crown Holiday Parks Trust Board is to set the framework and oversee the management of and provide accountability for the holiday and recreational reserves which are enjoyed by hundreds of thousands of domestic and international visitors each year and are an important part of local and regional communities and economies. This role is particularly relevant given the competitive recreational and tourism market and complex regulatory requirements facing holiday parks not only in NSW but also throughout Australia today.
The Board understands that the ongoing use and management of Crown Land is an important issue for local communities. It is committed to ensuring that local communities and other stakeholders are well informed about plans for the upgrade of Holiday Parks and public recreation areas in their area which come under the management of the Board.
It is important for local communities to be aware of the need to plan for the sustainability – both economically and environmentally – of that Crown Land.
Under the Crown Lands Act (1989) (the principal Act governing the administration of Crown Land in NSW) land resources are to be shared equitably in accordance with the principles of environmental protection, conservation and ecological sustainability, public use and enjoyment as well as encouraging multiple use of the land.
The Trust consolidates the operations of 37 coastal and inland holiday parks and a variety of recreation reserves located on Crown Land throughout NSW in some of the state’s most iconic locations. In addition to Holiday Parks, the Trust also manages cottage accommodation in Yamba NSW and a cabin precinct in Hungry Heads NSW.
Reflections Holiday Parks are located next to some of the most iconic beaches, inland dams and landmarks across NSW. All parks are in breathtaking locations, with accommodation options ranging from sites, ensuite sites, beach tents and cabins. Offering modern amenities, free Wi-Fi, accessible facilities and dog friendly options, many Reflections Holiday Parks are also close to, or adjoining some of our most pristine reserves.