Work is underway at the Wyangala Reflections Water Holiday Park after the announcement early last year of a $28 million loan from the NSW Government as part of a planned boost to regional tourism across NSW.
Member for Cootamundra Steph Cooke has commended the work happening at the tourist hotspot.
“Wyangala Waters brings in tourists from all over Australia, and the facilities here are a major drawcard for the region,” Ms Cooke said.
“I had a wonderful time at Wyangala Waters myself, visiting over Christmas. It was a fantastic spot to enjoy the great outdoors and the natural beauty.
“This local holiday park attracts over 20,000 guests each year with outdoor attractions like fishing, water-skiing and bushwalking. Amongst the activities, accommodation ranges from cabins, cottages and bungalows to various forms of camping.”
Current works within the park’s area include repairs to the road network that connects bungalows, boat ramps and the community hall, with an on-water water dock for the small boat that is used to travel between the Wyangala Waters Park and the Grabine Lakeside Park.
When the loan was announced, Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Nick Baker said the strategic plan backed by the NSW Government will support the group’s goal to generate $214 million in economic value for NSW annually by FY2030 through boosted tourism, with profits reinvested into parks, better facilities and supporting local communities. Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Nick Baker said the government loan is supporting the group’s strategic plan, including a goal to generate $214 million in economic value for NSW annually by FY2030 through boosted tourism, with profits reinvested into parks, better facilities and supporting local communities.
“As a profit-for-purpose Crown Land Manager, Reflections is focused on being a leader in nature-driven escapes and we can’t wait for our guests and visitors to get out to our parks and swap screen time with green time.” Mr Baker said.
More information on the 2030 Strategic Plan by Reflections can be found here: