Reflections Holiday Parks in the Far North Coast are excited to welcome guests from Queensland again with today’s announcement that Queensland is expanding its border bubble with NSW from Thursday, 1 October 2020.
The expansion of Queensland’s border zone will allow Reflections Holiday Parks located in Byron, Ballina, Lismore and Richmond Valley to accept bookings from Queensland-based guests.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said he welcomed Premier Palaszczuk’s announcement which would allow families from Queensland to end their school holidays with a short trip to a Reflections Park.
“This is a great decision for tourism in this region which has suffered during border closures,” Mr Edmonds said.
Reflections Holiday Parks now included in the ‘safe zone’ for travel for Queenslanders include:
- Clarkes Beach
- Massy Greene
- Ferry Reserve
- Terrace Reserve
- Shaws Bay
- Lennox Head
- Evans Head
Mr Edmonds said today’s announcement ensured that our Queensland guests to these parks would once again be able to enjoy the fresh air, natural relaxing spaces and pristine beaches in a Covid-safe environment.
“The warmer Spring weather is a perfect time to visit these Northern NSW parks, so I am expecting our parks to receive a lot of excited booking requests,” Mr Edmonds said.
Book a break now at www.reflectionsholidayparks.com.au or call the parks direct.