Solitary Islands Resort joins Big4 Holiday Parks

The Big4 Holiday Parks group is helping to put Wooli on the map by adding the town’s Solitary Islands Marine Park Resort to its network of more than 180 parks across Australia.

Riverside accommodation at Big4 Solitary Islands Resort, Wooli NSWThis is a great vote of confidence in the destination and the resort by one of the country’s most recognised and respected brands in the holiday park industry.

The resort’s addition to the Big4 Holiday Parks group will introduce a whole new group of travellers and campers to the beautiful lower Clarence Coast region that includes Wooli, Minnie Water and Diggers Camp.

Jan O’Neill and Richard Rawding, who have owned and run the resort for a quarter of a century, decided to apply to join the Big4 group to be part of a national organisation that is as dedicated to providing the ultimate holiday experience as they are.

About the Solitary Islands Resort

Big4 Solitary Islands Resort Wooli swimming poolsBig4 Solitary Islands Resort, which the park will now be known as, is a picturesque park situated on 18 landscaped acres on the banks of the Wooli River, about 100 kilometers north of Coffs Harbour and 45 kilometres east of Grafton.

The family-friendly resort’s facilities include a 12-metre heated pool with waterslide and spa, toddlers’ pool, 18-hole mini golf course, giant jumping pillow, go-karts, interactive Play Alive electronic playground and a camp kitchen. Kayaks, canoes and paddle boats are also available for free so guests can explore the peaceful Wooli River region from the water.

Accommodation options at the resort range from 3-bedroom spa suites and deluxe poolside and riverfront cabins to affordable beach huts and large powered sites for campers and caravanners.

About Big4 Holiday Parks

Big4 Holiday Parks logoThe Big4 Holiday Park franchise started in 1979 with four caravan parks in Victoria. It has since expanded to more than 180 holiday parks around Australia, with strong ties to other leading global holiday parks including reciprocal membership benefits with Top 10 Holiday Parks in New Zealand and a master licencing agreement with North America’s Kampgrounds of America.

Over the years, Big4 Holiday Parks has become a reputable brand known for its high standards, big range of facilities and friendly atmosphere.

Not only has Big4 grown its family of holiday parks, but over the years it has also gained more than 150,000 members, who are keen to use their loyalty card to visit Big4 accredited accommodation around the nation.

This can only be good news not only for the Solitary Islands Resort, but also for other businesses and tourism operators in the Wooli region.

More info

If you have any questions about Solitary Islands Resort Wooli joining Big4, we suggest you head over to the resort’s Facebook page and read their post announcing the news, and particularly some of the questions and the resort’s answers in the comments below that post: Resort’s Big4 announcement + answers to questions

For more information about the resort, its accommodation and facilities, visit: Big4 Solitary Islands Resort Wooli