The new Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park reopened on March 22 2018 after more than 10 years of planning and an extensive 14-month redevelopment.
Thanks to Gold Coast Sun for their write up on the recent reopening of Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Kingscliff Beach.
People looking for a holiday break but not wanting to go vast distances to experience a change should look no further than Kingscliff on the Tweed Coast.
Holiday-makers can now book their beachfront getaway at the new modern park, with a range of accommodation options to choose from including beachfront tourist sites, luxurious beachfront cabins, ensuite sites and tent sites with synthetic grass.
As part of a $21.2 million Kingscliff Foreshore Revitalisation project to enhance and protect the foreshore, Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Kingscliff Beach has undergone a complete redevelopment, along with major works on the Kingscliff foreshore and the creation of a new community park space connecting the town centre to the beach.
Unit Coordinator of Tweed Coast Holiday Parks, Andrew Illingworth said the sites were spacious, the cabins luxurious and the new park complemented the recently refurbished Kingscliff North park, giving holidaymakers plenty of accommodation options to choose from.
Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Kingscliff Beach is equipped with accessible facilities, a spacious and modern camp kitchen, BBQ areas, amenities blocks and plenty of green
space. The two and three bedroom cabins, located on the beachfront can sleep either four or six guests and the cabins contain a fully equipped, full sized modern kitchen, air conditioning, linen provided on all beds, flat screen LCD television, CD and DVD player, private deck overlooking Kingscliff Beach, a private parking space and convenient location to the Kingscliff CBD.
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