Reflections Holiday Parks is celebrating confirmation that its popular coastal holiday park at Corindi Beach has earned a 2020 TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice award, which places the holiday park in the top 10% of the accommodation sector worldwide after continued great guest feedback.
The Travellers’ Choice award is the highest honour the online travel platform, Trip Advisor, can bestow. Established in 2002 to recognise the best of the best in tourism, the Travellers’ Choice award is based on world-wide reviews and opinions from travellers to recognise exceptional tourism experiences.
Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds congratulated the team at Corindi Beach for this industry accolade and said to have guests rate the park the best of the best was a true testament to the park’s commitment to providing memorable guest experiences.
“Park Managers Amy and Jason Doyle take great pride in their park and their park is no stranger to being honoured for its commitment to the satisfaction and wellbeing of their guests,” Mr Edmonds said.
“Last year Corindi Beach was a finalist in the CCIA’s (Caravan and Camping Industry Association) highly-competitive Awards of Excellence for Best Holiday Park <100 Sites.
“If you want fresh air, natural relaxing spaces, sparkling beaches and a Covid-safe environment, then our coastal parks like Corindi Beach are the way to go. Our country parks based on expansive dams are great for people wanting wide open spaces and the magic of the Australian bush on your doorstep.
“All 37 of our parks throughout NSW provide an affordable break far removed from the worries of pandemic travel restrictions.”
Park Managers Amy and Jason Doyle said Corindi Beach was a special part of NSW.
“We strive to give families and guests great memories to look back on and we love to see the burdens of their everyday lives fall away when they come and experience our park,” they said.
“Kids also love our school holiday programs which we mix with a variety of activities from family food or music nights, kids craft activities and face painting.”