Marking a true sign of rapid growth, Tasman Holiday Parks has added two more properties in Australia to its expanding holiday parks portfolio. Recently, Tasman’s Geelong and Tasman’s Ballina were added to the company’s more than 20 properties in Australia and New Zealand.
“We’re thrilled to be welcoming another two new parks to the Tasman Holiday Parks family, boosting our footprint across Australia; Tasman’s Geelong and Tasman’s Ballina!” the company wrote in a LinkedIn post.
The Geelong property serves as Tasman’s first holiday park in Victoria while the Ballina park is an addition to its coastal properties.
Just an hour from Melbourne, the river meets the sea at Tasman Holiday Parks Geelong. At the park, guests can chill by the pool, wind down in the games room, as well as rest and recharge by booking one of the spa cottages, deluxe cottages, or even the camping and caravanning sites. When in the area, visitors can enjoy surfing, swimming, fishing, walking, and exploring.
Formerly known as “BIG4 Ballina Headlands Holiday Park,” Tasman Holiday Parks Ballina is a pleasure seeker’s paradise in New South Wales, surrounded by pristine beaches. The family-friendly caravan park features cabins, grassy sites for caravanning and camping, and ensuite sites set among beautiful gardens.
In March, the holiday parks company also announced the acquisition of Tasman Holiday Parks Yallingup Beach and Tasman Holiday Parks Yallingup Caves.
Backed by a AU$300-million capital raising in late 2021, the company is addressing the rising demand for accommodation in the outdoor hospitality industry.
With a rapidly expanding portfolio, Tasman Holiday Parks welcomes over 325,000 guests annually at its parks.
“We’re excited to welcome you to our new locations!” the company stated.