We were thrilled to recently welcome Treasurer Peter Gutwein to our park
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After a lengthy approval process, our Jumping Pillow is finally in! With fairly extensive earthworks in the vicinity we chose to install the pillow - including the demolition of the old amenity block, take a look at the process that was involved.
BIG4 Launceston Holiday park is a 16 acre elevated city retreat boasting the most stunning views of the Launceston city and Tamar valley. Guests have the luxury of being walking distance to the CBD and beautiful Cataract Gorge (2km) making us the perfect base to explore the north. All the essentials for an urban escape are here, FREE Wi-Fi, children’s playground and jumping pillow, brand new amenity facilities and varied accommodation options from powered/unpowered sites, cabins to suit budget conscious families to brand new two bedroom villas to accommodate travelling couples and larger families.
Formerly known as ‘Treasure Island’ the park was purchased by the Drayton family in October 2014. In the past known as a very tired, run down property, it has since undergone an extensive facelift – some of the improvements include: a complete re-furbishment of the existing laundry and amenity facilities, four brand new two bedroom villas, updates to existing family cabins that included; new kitchens, flooring, paint and window furnishings. A new era has begun for the park!
The park has a very bright future and will some day be a major drawcard to the state. The Drayton family will continue to develop the property to it’s full potential over the coming years which will see the inclusion of an indoor heated splash park, mini golf, ensuite sites, large 3 bedroom condos, more playground facilities combined with a little splash of luxury with some deluxe spa units utilising the elevated views of the Launceston CBD and Tamar river.