“To date, in the first five-and-a-half days of booking, we’ve taken 1500 bookings,” Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Unit Coordinator Andrew Illingworth told members at the Kingscliff and District Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Tuesday.
While the recent Kingscliff Holiday Park upgrade has reduced the number of registered van sites, Mr Illingworth said the 61 sites available were more appropriate for the modern-day traveller.
“People holidaying on the Tweed Coast are looking for something very different than what they were when this park opened originally,” he said.
“Every site in the park is two-to-three times larger than what the sites were in the old Kingscliff Holiday Park, which allows for modern touring vans.
Mr Illingworth said works were almost completed and final touches were being put in place.
Bookings are now available until March 2019 and reception opens March 12 ahead of the March 22 park opening.