BIG4 Holiday Parks with Indoor or Heated Pools

Everyone loves a pool while on holiday! Why should you miss out on a swim when holidaying in the colder months? If you are not into polar bearing or dipping your toes into cold waters, BIG4 Holiday Parks has put together a list of Parks with Indoor and Heated Pools to help you choose your next family holiday.

Left: BIG4 Inverloch Holiday Park, VIC. Middle: BIG4 Soldier Point Holiday Park, NSW. Right: Marion Holiday Park, Sa.

Left: BIG4 Inverloch Holiday Park, VIC. Middle: BIG4 Soldier Point Holiday Park, NSW. Right: Marion Holiday Park, SA.

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A Taste of the Tropics – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (1007km)

This travel itinerary will help you discover the wonders of Far North Queensland. If you are looking to travel up North with your doggie, check out these fantastic BIG4 Holiday Parks along the way.

Millaa Millaa Lookout, Atherton Tableland.

Millaa Millaa Lookout, Atherton Tableland.

Wild, unspoilt, and adventurous by nature, Tropical North Queensland is home to two World Heritage listed natural wonders and enough adventure to tick off the bucket list of even the most seasoned traveller. In this sunburnt corner of Australia, a deep connection with the reef and our ancient rainforests lures adventurers and un-winders from near and far to experience one of the world’s last remaining patches of untouched wilderness.

The laid-back, tropical centres of Cairns and Port Douglas are major gateways to the Great Barrier Reef and natural starting points for expeditions to the Gulf of Savannah and Cape York’s remote wilderness areas. Continue reading

Mighty Murray Adventure – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (781km)

Do you want to explore the Mighty Murray River from Albury-Wodonga all the way along to Loxton in South Australia but you can’t bear to leave man’s best friend behind? Well this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary may be just what you need to conquer the Murray.

The Mighty Murray River at Echuca-Moama.

The Mighty Murray River at Echuca-Moama.

Forty million years ago, through the forces of water and geophysical uplifting, the valley that cradles Australia’s greatest river began to take shape. It is a river whose character encompasses environmental beauty, rich in heritage and history, busy townships and major regional centres, with amazing tourism and recreation opportunities, and a continuing bounty of produce – commonly referred to as the “Food Bowl of Australia”. Continue reading

Wandering around Western Australia – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (1432km)

Were you wanting to wander around Western Australia with your hound in tow? Then take a look at this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary and start planning your holiday today. Western Australia is famous for long days of sunshine and diverse landscapes and climates.  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. Western Australia is home to plenty of extraordinary experiences, the likes of which can only be found right here.

The south coast of Western Australia

The south coast of Western Australia

WA boasts the largest collection of wildflowers on the planet, some of the whitest beaches in the country and one of only a few places world-wide where you can swim with the ocean’s largest fish. Continue reading

Sauntering about South Australia – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (1834km**)

If you’d like to see South Australia with your little tail-wagger and find out all this wonderful State has to offer, this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary will help you choose a Park that will suit your needs.

The Limestone Coast, Robe, South Australia.

The Limestone Coast, Robe, South Australia.

South Australia is home to long summers, stunning beaches and award-winning wine, events and festivals. It is the wine and seafood capital of Australia; where the Murray River meets the sea; and the gateway to the South Australian outback. The Flinders Ranges and Kangaroo Island are unique and spectacular and are places of great cultural, natural and spiritual significance. World Heritage Listed caves are found at Naracoorte on the Limestone Coast. The South Australian coastline is more than 3,800 kilometres long and is punctuated by towns, beaches, cliffs and jetties. Many coastal regions offer quality wines and fresh produce, including local seafood. Continue reading

BIG4 Holiday Parks Dogs Welcome Travel Destinations

We know you love to travel with your furry best friend, so BIG4 Holiday Parks have designed some brilliant travel itineraries to help you get out and about and explore this great land of ours with your little tail-wagger.

Whether you are wanting to take on the Mighty Murray, wander around Western Australia or parade down the Pacific Coastline with your pooch we have itineraries you will love.

Dogs are welcome at many BIG4 Holiday Parks

Dogs are welcome at many BIG4 Holiday Parks

Using these ‘Dogs Welcome’ itineraries, you can get a taste of the tropics in Far North Queensland, travel the Top End, saunter around South Australia, explore from the Goldfields to the Hunter Valley, take on the Mighty Murray River, see the sensational South Coast of New South Wales, parade along the Pacific Coast or take your time to wander around Western Australia with mans best friend. Continue reading

Parading along the Pacific – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (1176km)

If you and your pooch are looking to travel along the pristine Pacific Coast then follow this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary which will take you from the Sunshine Coast in Queensland all the way to Lake Macquarie in New South Wales.

Diamond Head, Crowdy Bay National Park. Photo courtesy of Grahame McConnell.

Diamond Head, Crowdy Bay National Park. Image: Grahame McConnell.

Heading south from the Sunshine Coast along the Pacific Ocean coastline to the Central Coast, this scenic drive takes you through some of the most striking landscapes in Queensland and 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 such as Alexandra Headland, Burleigh Heads, Byron Bay, Lennox Head, the Mid North Coast with Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie and Port Stephens. Continue reading

Travel the Top End – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (757km)

Were you wanting to travel around the Top End with your furry friend? Then take a look at this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary and start planning your holiday today. From scenic flights, crocodile cruises and fishing charters to camel rides, overnight walks and waterhole swims, you’re spoilt for choice in the Northern Territory.

Darwin Sunset, Northern Territory

Darwin Sunset, Northern Territory

Travel from laidback Darwin 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. Continue reading

Sensational South Coast – Dogs Welcome Travelling Itinerary (199km)

Were you wanting to travel along the South Coast of New South Wales with your canine friend? Then take a look at this BIG4 Holiday Parks travel itinerary and start planning your holiday today. 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.

Tomakin & Tomago Rivers, Eurobodalla South Coast. Image: John Hicks.

Tomakin & Tomago Rivers, Eurobodalla South Coast. Image: John Hicks.

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 region offers a magnificent diversity of coastal, forest, mountain and rural country. Its natural, unspoiled environment provides the atmosphere for a peaceful, relaxing or adventurous visit in contact with Australia’s unique flora and fauna. The variety of natural experiences and the mildness of our climate identifies the South Coast as an all-season destination. Continue reading