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If you have children and are therefore likely to go on holiday with them, you may well be wondering whether you are going to be able to visit their holiday parks at peak times of the year. The answer is yes, but with some great flexibility.

The starting point to a holiday is, of course, looking for the right holiday parks. The right holiday parks are those that have a range of facilities that tick all your boxes:

A well-developed leisure park: You’ll want to be sure that the parks have ample leisure facilities, including things like a licensed arcade, children’s play areas, cafes, bars, and restaurants. These are key elements in a holiday, and great holiday parks will tick all the boxes.

A wide-scale entertainment offer: What’s important is that the parks themselves have a good range of entertainment. This will mean that there’ll be something for everyone, whether that’s children’s shows, a full-scale cinema, musical and dance events, and even nearby water-rides and golf courses.

A choice of accommodation: What’s absolutely essential is to have a great selection of accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets. You’ll want to be able to choose the best accommodation so that you can locate an appropriate park, and then relax in the comforts of your own home or away from the umbrellas, umbrellas, and lounge chairs.

The music and recreational opportunities: With some 12 acres of lakes, trails, and sports there are plenty of opportunities to keep you and your family entertained all day long. The pleasure of exploring the park and the happiness of sitting in the gardens with a glass of wine after a particularly successful round of golf will make it a permanent memory and consume you from then on.

Fossil Rim Wildlife Centre: There is a range of fantastic wildlife exhibits that showcase some of the most interesting and unique creatures of our world. You can see all kinds of birds, reptiles, and insects.

Hinterland Hills Caravan Park: There are acres of land to explore, with caravan sites suitable for all sizes and recreational levels. The area is bordered by the Boonooom National Park, so there are opportunities to explore the coastal and inland parks, along with the nearby indigenous Western Gaoler.

Laingsburg RV Park: If it’s booted you’re after, this is the place to be. Located in the Gold Coast hinterland, there are plenty of beach spots and nature walks available, as well as tree-lined walks.

Surfers Paradise: A large part of Surfers Paradise is made up of ancient beaches, popular surfing areas, and stately old pubs. As well as a range of surfing shops, there are plenty of excellent restaurants and historic sites to visit. Surfing is popular here, so it’s best to visit during the summer months.

Wineglass Bay and associated parks: The stunning scenery and superb seafood restaurants will make your stay in Wineglass Bay a favorite. The beach is perfect for swimming, and children can enjoy the range of fishing, diving, and indigenous animal parks. Some of the nearby national parks are also fantastic for hiking.

To experience the local views follow the link below:

Wineglass Bay Visitor Centre: phone Brisbane Gondola at smoker question Canberraore (ph) 9 Queensland Maroochydore (a step below the bells).

Local attractions for the beach:

• Glasshouse Lookout, overlooking the beach: smolders, cliffs and rainforest.

• Tnovara Gorge Park, including red and black peaks: national parks and reef.

• Murphys Beach, natural and historical: resort beaches for swimming, surfing, and prizes.

• The Mermaid Inn: cozy accommodation with a stunning pool.

• The Sunshine Maroon Bay: with walks and boat trips, panoramic views of the beach, rainforest, and indigenous rainforest.

• Pacman crayfish: Pacman fishing access to the famous crayfish restaurant – a great place to catch a legendary blue marlin!

• Indigenous frogs and toads: nature in its best form – very tranquillity in this protected environment.

• Possum: for Tasmania’s wildlife enthusiast; also available at the Glasshouse Lookout

• Quinia: the ultimate in termite structure; easy to find in the boundless region of the park.

If you have any further questions about the park or are looking for somewhere to stay or food or accommodation, the local Phuket hotel and resort or other resort accommodation will be of great value and offer a variety of facilities and services, so you can enjoy a holiday in a new way!