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Explore the Apple Isle – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (571km)

Were you wanting to travel around Tassie but you or one of your travelling companions requires reduced or limited mobility access to accommodation? Then take a look at this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary and start planning your holiday today.

***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.***

Bay of Fires in Freycinet, Tasmania.

Bay of Fires in Freycinet, Tasmania.

Board the Spirit of Tasmania and explore the Apple Isle!

Tasmania’s small enough to get around easily but big enough to be filled with a million reasons to visit. The forests are greener than envy, the beaches bluer than blue and the mountain areas so wild and untamed you’d think you were in some surreal nature movie.  The coastlines are like nothing you’ve ever seen before and the rivers and waterways are just waiting to be swum in, dived into, ridden on and fished silly.

Engage with their wilderness and wildlife. Explore convict stories and their rich sandstone heritage at World Heritage Convict sites. Discover places that have remained unspoilt for thousands of years. See works of art that will challenge you. Find yourself amongst landscapes that are the most stunning in the world. Lose yourself in the delights of their small cities and towns. Play golf, fly-fish, walk along cloudy white beaches, relax in luxurious resort spas or relish our fine food, wines, beers and ciders renowned the world over. Continue reading

Discover Queensland – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (2,265km)

If you are looking to travel from Cairns to Goondiwindi and you or one of your travelling companions has reduced or limited mobility, you can follow this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary which will take you from Far North Queensland all the way to the border of New South Wales.

*** 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. ***

Cathedral Fig Tree in Atherton, Queensland.

Cathedral Fig Tree in Atherton, Queensland. Photo credit: Owen Wilson Photography.

Pristine beaches, tropical islands, lush rainforests, vibrant cities and the authentic Australian outback, Queensland is the ultimate holiday destination. Known as Australia’s Sunshine State, Queensland offers an abundance of diverse experiences to create lasting memories.  From the rainforest to the reef, from the outback to the ocean, Queensland is brimming with unforgettable holiday experiences. Whether you’re relaxing on sun-kissed beaches, trekking through ancient rainforest or snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef, there’s an experience waiting to become your treasured memory in Queensland. Continue reading

You’ll love every piece of Victoria – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (1,065km)

If you’d like to Visit Victoria and find out all this wonderful State has to offer and you or one of your travelling companions has reduced or limited mobility, this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary will help you choose accommodation that will suit your needs.

***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.***

Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.

Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.

From the Bellarine Peninsula to the mighty Murray in the North West, you’ll love every piece of Victoria. Travel the Great Ocean Road and beyond for one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives, and see the 12 Apostles, iconic surf breaks and waterfalls. Head inland to relax and unwind in the picturesque surrounds of the Grampians, then set off to Bendigo to discover the history of the Goldfields before heading north to the mighty Murray River.

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Enjoy the fabulous South Coast – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (350km)

If you are looking to explore the fabulous South Coast of New South Wales and you or one of your travelling companions has reduced or limited mobility, we have prepared a travel itinerary that will help you choose accommodation at BIG4 Holiday Parks to suit your needs.

***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.***

Rock formations in Kiama on the New South Wales South Coast.

Rock formations in Kiama on the New South Wales South Coast.

If you’re feeling like a breath of fresh air or a short break to recharge your batteries, the beautiful South Coast of NSW beckons with some spectacular scenery and adventure experiences. Crystal-clear bays and lakes, uncrowded beaches and beautiful rivers are perfect year-round for fishing, diving, canoeing and boating while the pristine bushland is enjoyed by bush walkers, bird-lovers and cycling enthusiasts.

The South Coast takes pride in the richness of their cultural assets. From their many festivals; their extensive and quality artistic scene; their several craft and artisan villages as well as their unique indigenous and European heritage, the region offers a much broader dimension to the visitor, to complement the attractions of our beautiful natural environment.

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The Pacific Ocean Coastline – from Gold Coast to Sydney – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (1069km)

Do you want to discover the Pacific Ocean Coastline from The Gold Coast to Sydney but you or one of your travelling companion’s requires limited mobility access on accommodation? Well this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary may be just what you need to conquer the Pacific Coast.

***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.***

Bouddi Point on the New South Wales Central Coast.

Bouddi Point on the New South Wales Central Coast.

Heading south from the Gold Coast along the Pacific Ocean coastline to the Central Coast, this scenic drive takes you through some of the most striking landscapes in NSW. An almost continuous line of surf beaches, national parks and a hinterland of rolling green hills and friendly villages make this a great drive. There are plenty of attractions, adventures and fun for the whole family. The North Coast has some of the best, and most well-known, beaches in Australia at Byron Bay, Lennox Head, the Mid North Coast with Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie, Port Stephens and Newcastle.

Whale watching is popular at many locations along the North Coast. During their northern migration, most whales come within 3km of the NSW coast so you can see them from headlands and lookouts in national parks. Some popular spots on the North Coast are Cape Byron State Conservation Area, Bundjalung National Park (Iluka Bluff), Yuraygir National Park (Angourie Point), Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve (Coffs Harbour), Hat Head National Park (Smoky Head), Tomaree National Park (Tomaree Head at Port Stephens) and Wyrrabalong National Park (Crackneck Lookout).

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Explore Perth and surrounds – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (378km)

This travel itinerary will help you discover the wonders of Southern Western Australia. If you or one of your companions has reduced or limited mobility, check out the accommodation options at BIG4 Holiday Parks along the way.

***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.***

Busselton Jetty in Busselton, Western Australia. The longest  timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere

Busselton Jetty in Western Australia. The longest timber-piled jetty in the Southern Hemisphere

For an extraordinary holiday, you need to go to an extraordinary destination. So if you’re looking to step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and discover experiences found nowhere else on earth, you’ve come to the right place – Western Australia. With Australia’s sunniest capital city, Perth embraces a relaxed outdoor lifestyle. Explore the 400 hectares of Kings Park in the city or the inviting clear waters and spectacular sunsets at Cottesloe Beach.

Head south to the port city of Fremantle where the fascinating maritime history blends with an open, multicultural energy. Take a short ferry ride to Rottnest Island, a city escape for swimming, snorkelling, fishing and relaxing. Further down the coast, you’ll find Rockingham, home to an abundant array of marine life including pods of wild dolphins that regularly visit.

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Tour the Top End – Limited Mobility Travelling Itinerary (757km)

Are you looking to tour the Top End but you or one of your companions has reduced or limited mobility? We have designed this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary which will take your from Batchelor to Lake Kununurra where you can discover the desert delights of Northern Australia.

***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.***

Katherine, Northern Territory

Katherine, Northern Territory

From scenic flights, crocodile cruises and fishing charters to camel rides, overnight walks and waterhole swims, you’re spoilt for choice in the NT. Travel from laidback Darwin and through the amazing wilderness of Kakadu National Park. Along the way tap into Aboriginal art and culture, swim in the cool, clear waterholes of Litchfield National Park, spot cranky crocs on the banks of Katherine Gorge and camp beneath a blanket of stars. There’s something for everyone on this ultimate Top End adventure – a land of natural beauty, mysticism and wonder.

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Jumping for joy!

It’s time to bring fun back with bounce!  Enjoyed by all ages, Jumping Pillows and Inflatable Trampolines are an absolute hit at BIG4 Holiday Parks!

Kids and adults alike will love playing together on Jumping Pillows or Inflatable Trampolines all day long. Kids will stay on the Jumping Pillows/Inflatable Trampolines for hours and hours – they just keep jumping and inventing new games! The bounce from one child (or adult) has very little effect on any other person making it a safe and fun activity for all ages.

We have taken the time to put together a list of all of the BIG4 Holiday Parks that have Jumping Pillows or Inflatable Trampolines installed at their park, to help you choose your next family holiday.

Children enjoying the Jumping Pillow at BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park

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BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park raises heart rates with new interactive playground

Guests at BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park in Busselton WA can look forward to an exciting and action-packed stay with the introduction of the NEOS 360 electronic play-system.

The NEOS is 360 degrees of head-spinning, body-twisting, heart-pounding competitive fun, combining the speed and fun of electronic games with the explosive movement of aerobic exercise to create an exciting playground attraction for all ages.

Kids get their work out on the NEOS 360 electronic play-system at BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park in Busselton WA.

Kids get their work out on the NEOS 360 electronic play-system at BIG4 Beachlands Holiday Park in Busselton WA.

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Make a splash at BIG4 Anglesea Holiday Park this winter

The new water complex has a large swimming pool, a toddler splash area with interactive ground sprays, a slide and an impressive waterfall topped with rainforest plants.

The new water complex has a large swimming pool, a toddler splash area with interactive ground sprays, a slide and an impressive waterfall topped with rainforest plants.

Visitors to BIG4 Anglesea Holiday Park have a new way to warm up this winter, with the opening of a brand new $1 million indoor heated pool complex. Custom designed for BIG4 Anglesea Holiday Park, the new facility opened just in time for families to enjoy a splash in the cooler months.

The new water complex, located just off Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, boasts a large swimming pool, a toddler splash area with interactive ground sprays, a slide and an impressive waterfall topped with rainforest plants. Suitable for all ages, the water temperature is heated to 30 degrees year round, so guests can enjoy a day at the pool no matter how chilly the weather is outside.

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