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Discover the latest news about what’s happening in BIG4 parks right across Australia.

Weather update

BIG4 Holiday Parks is advising that BIG4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Village in Yeppoon is once again open for business.

The park was temporarily closed as a result of damage (and lack of electricity) caused to the park by Cyclone Marcia, which hit the Queensland coast on 20 February. Thankfully, the damage was largely superficial, and there were no injuries as a result of the cyclone.

The park would like to thank guests and customers for their patience while they have been getting back up and running. The park is now operating as usual and the team at BIG4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Village look forward to welcoming guests.

Updated Monday 2 March.

Weather updates

Cyclone Marcia has reached the Queensland coast and a severe weather warning has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology. The bureau is reporting that the weather warning extends from ‘Sarina to Double Island Point, extending inland to Duaringa, Moura, Biloela, Monto, and Mundubbera’. BIG4 Holiday Parks would like to issue the following notice to its guests:

If you are planning on travelling in and around Queensland, please use the following sites to keep up-to-date on weather conditions and road access. BIG4 Holiday Parks’ prime focus is on the safety and well-being of our parks and their guests.

Bureau of Meteorology:

Queensland Police Facebook page:

Main Roads QLD Facebook page:

Queensland SES:

BIG4 Port Arthur Holiday Park settles into the BIG4 family

occupies an enviable position in one of Tasmania’s most scenic and well-known locations. The history-rich small town of Port Arthur is home to a former convict settlement that is among Australia’s biggest tourist attractions.

What’s more, Port Arthur is at the heart of thregion, which oozes breathtaking scenery.

All this makes BIG4 Port Arthur Holiday Park a superb base to enjoy the wealth of historical and natural beauty that engulfs it.

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BIG4 Armidale Highlander Van Village wheels into the BIG4 family

BIG4 Armidale Highlander Van Village occupies a prime position in the New England North West region. It is planted in the glorious regional city of Armidale in the north of New South Wales.

Its park-like setting mirrors the wider surrounds. The New England North West region is majestic, boasting an array of incredible national parks and beautiful vineyards.

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BIG4 Nepean River flows into the BIG4 team

BIG4 Nepean River enjoys a wonderful spot in the vibrant Greater Sydney region, planted in the magnificent Penrith Valley at the foot of the Blue Mountains.

Enhancing the natural beauty of these surrounds is the scenic Nepean River; the park is found alongside this pretty waterway. Convenience is another positive of BIG4 Nepean River – it is situated just 2km from vibrant Penrith.

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Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park joins the BIG4 team

Nestled in South Australia’s tranquil Adelaide Hills region is spectacular Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park.

The family-run park is spotted in the town of Hahndorf, which is Australia’s oldest-surviving German settlement. Visitors flock to this alluring destination year round.

And Hahndorf Resort Tourist Park is the ideal place to stay when visiting the region, having undergone a major refurbishment that provides guests with a first-rate facility.

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Searching for availability on just got easier

Did you know it’s now much easier to plan your next Australian break, following the recent launch of our revamped website?

To best explain, let’s go back a step. Previously, when searching for availability on, you were required to click on each individual park page to find accommodation.

However, the new website has vastly improved functionality that allows you to search for availability at multiple parks in one go.

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BIG4 Launceston Holiday Park grows the BIG4 team

BIG4 Launceston Holiday Park is ideally situated just a couple of kilometres from the Launceston CBD in the northern part of Tasmania.

Despite the park’s proximity to the city, it captures the outstanding natural beauty of the wider area. It is set among magnificent heritage-listed oak trees that help to create the perfect picnic setting. Free barbecue facilities allow guests to prepare a tasty camp-style meal to enjoy on the picturesque grounds, while younger ones can burn off energy at the children’s playground.

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