Anyone who’s been to West Beach Parks lately, will know that over the last couple of years, the facilities have been leveling up, making the option to ‘holiday at home’ more and more tempting. I would know, I’ve done it and loved it. And more importantly, the kids ADORED it. Given its waterfront location on top of everything else, I can only imagine that those traveling from interstate or overseas would also be besotted with this holiday haven.
Now, things are stepping up yet again, with a new $2.2 million aquatic facility launching at West Beach Parks.
The beachside holiday, sport and adventure precinct now boasts a fantastic new heated pool complete with two water slides, poolside cabanas and comfy sun loungers.
The AquaCove is based at the West Beach Parks Resort, which is next door to West Beach Parks’ flagship BIG4 Holiday Park.
The facility is now open to Resort guests and is the latest multi-million dollar investment at West Beach Parks.
In December 2017, the precinct unveiled a $4 million premium accommodation village at its BIG4 Holiday Park and became one of Australia’s biggest holiday parks.
The BIG4 park is also home to a $1.5 million heated-lagoon pool and recently renovated $350,000 communal kitchen.
West Beach Parks Chief Executive Kate Williams said The AquaCove includes two amphitheatres and an LED super screen and is already proving popular with Resort guests.
She said: “The AquaCove is a fantastic addition to our Resort and we’ve no doubt it will be busy all year round and become a focal point of The Resort.
“The decking, tables, chairs and viewing platforms perfectly complement the beautiful landscaped gardens and the two fun-packed pool slides provide hours of fun.
“West Beach Parks already provides guests with two excellent accommodation options – BIG4 and The Resort. It’s fantastic that both parks now have such amazing aquatic facilities!’
A family favourite for generations, West Beach Parks welcomes more than 700,000 visitors each year to its accommodation, sport and leisure facilities and employs more than 150 staff.
Established more than 60 years ago, BIG4 West Beach Parks is home to 138 self-contained cabins, eco-tents and 326 caravan and tent sites. West Beach Parks Resort has 84 bungalows, cabins and villas.
The precinct spans more than one kilometre. It is now home to summer attraction The Big Wedgie and counts Mega Adventure and Surf Lifesaving SA among its 27 tenants.
Sports facilities include a $2.6 million Football Centre and $4million Diamond Sports, which is the home of SA baseball team Adelaide Bite.
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