If you or one of your travelling companions has reduced or limited mobility, we have designed some excellent travel itineraries to help you get out and explore this great land of ours while staying at BIG4 Holiday Parks.
Whether you are wanting to tour the Top End, cruise down the Central Coast or visit Victoria we have itineraries you will love.
Using these travel itineraries, you can Discover Queensland from Cairns to Goondiwindi, Tour the Top End from Katherine to Lake Kununurra in the Northern Territory, travel around Tassie and Explore the Apple Isle, Visit Victoria where we are sure you will love every piece, explore the fabulous South Coast of New South Wales, cruise along the Pacific Ocean Coastline from the Gold Coast to Sydney or take your time to peruse Perth and surrounds from Ledge Point to Albany.Aside from these fabulous itineraries, which are sure to keep you busy, the following BIG4 Holiday Parks also provide accommodation options for limited mobility travellers.
***When booking your reduced or limited mobility accommodation, please phone the individual Parks and discuss your requirements to make sure they have accommodation available that will suit your needs***
DENILIQUIN, NEW SOUTH WALES
Known as the ute capital of the world, Deniliquin is situated in Country NSW on a tributary of the Murray River, 750km south-west of Sydney. Deniliquin is at the centre of Riverina sheep-station country and on the fringe of one of the world’s largest red gum forests, where birds and wildlife abound in the Barmah Wetlands. A network of forest trails offers bushwalking, camping, biking and bird watching. The Deniliquin area is rich in history and heritage, and there are several landmarks to see. You’ll also find wineries and restaurants in the region that demonstrate why it’s such a popular food and wine destination. BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park has a ‘Riverfront Deluxe Cabin (Grnd Level – Wheelchair Accessible)’ (sleeps 5).
The holiday memories of a lifetime are all within reach at Caloundra. With its greenery, near perfect climate, easy lifestyle and ideal conditions it is renowned as the most southerly resort on the Sunshine Coast. Several beaches make up the coastline of Caloundra and include Golden Beach, Bulcock Beach, Kings Beach, Shelly Beach, Moffat Beach, Dicky Beach and Currimundi. Experience the uncrowded beaches with views of the heritage listed Glass House Mountains, the sparkling waters of the Pumicestone Passage and a breath-taking coastal headland. Caloundra Waterfront Holiday Park has two options for your stay, the ‘Wattle Creekfront Villa’ (sleeps 4) or the ‘Wattle Poolside Villa (Special Access)’ (sleeps 4).
PORT ELLIOT, SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Port Elliot is a model seaside village; it has cafes, antique and gift shops along The Strand. Feel the sand between your toes at picturesque Horseshoe Bay – its large beach and safe swimming conditions makes it a hit with the children. If you like surfing, Boomer Beach is the place to go, it lies on the western edge of the town. Jump aboard the Cockle Train to nearby Goolwa or Victor Harbor – other popular seaside destinations – or try the cliff-top walking path for stunning views of the coast. While exploring Port Elliot, stay in a ‘Villa’ (sleeps 6) at Port Elliot Holiday Park.
ALICE SPRINGS, NORTHERN TERRITORY
Surrounded by a red sand desert which stretches for hundreds of kilometres in all directions, Alice Springs is one of Australia’s most famous outback towns. It is the gateway to the iconic natural features of Uluṟu (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuṯa National Park. Here, stories of Australia’s history and heritage are told through a colourful cast of characters and events that include camel races, gold-diggers and outback pioneers. Alice Springs lies in the physical and spiritual heart of Australia’s Red Centre. It is surrounded on all sides by the jagged MacDonnell Ranges, which according to the traditional owners, the Arrernte people, was formed during the Dreamtime by giant caterpillars.
Today, the town’s upmarket hotels, restaurants, and 20,000 inhabitants, continue to uphold its vibrant history. It’s also an excellent place to pick up an authentic piece of unique Aboriginal art. Spend a day or a week exploring the sites of Alice. See the animals that live in Central Australia’s habitats at wildlife parks, wander around Australia’s only arid zone botanic garden or watch kangaroos bounding across spinifex plains from a hot air balloon at dawn. Enjoy the outback and stay in an ‘Ensuite Cabin’ (sleeps 6) at BIG4 Macdonnell Range Holiday Park.
Witness Bright’s deciduous trees in their breathtaking autumnal splendour, and return throughout the year to take advantage of the village’s proximity to Victoria’s Alps, national parks and home-grown food and wine. Visit boutique wineries, stock up on stunning produce and taste local ingredients in village cafes. Linger in Bright Brewery or the Grape and Grain Bar, or finagle a reservation at Simone’s, one of Victoria’s most celebrated restaurants. View Bright’s picturesque setting on the Ovens River from lookouts at Mount Buffalo. See scenery like nothing else on the 230-kilometre Bogong Alpine Way (part of the Great Alpine Road), which loops through Bright, Mount Beauty, Falls Creek and over Dinner Plain and Mount Hotham. BIG4 Bright Holiday Park has a ‘Studio Unit 2 bedroom’ (sleeps 5) for your stay.
LAKES ENTRANCE, VICTORIA
Lakes Entrance is situated on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meets the Southern Ocean. The town has a population of approximately 5,250. Cross the footbridge to the popular Ninety Mile Beach surf beach, patrolled by lifesavers during the summer months, or take a hike to ‘the entrance’ of the Gippsland Lakes. Visitors can enjoy a boat cruise on the Lakes or hire a paddleboat or catamaran in the summer months. Nearby scenic Lake Tyers is bordered by the ocean, a state forest and a river that meanders inland to NowaNowa. Lakes Entrance is renowned as a seafood capital due to the large number of fishing trawlers operating in the area. Catch your own fish or savour the catches from fresh seafood shops around town. You can stay in a ‘Garden Cottage’ (sleeps 6) at BIG4 Whiters Holiday Village.
*All accommodation mentioned in this itinerary has reduced or limited mobility access. Please contact the Parks directly to book your accommodation. This information is correct at time of publishing.