Top Parks on the grow

Australia has three new Top Parks, with the organisation dipping a toe into the Tasmanian market for the first time.

Top Parks has entered the Tasmania market and expanded its ‘footprint’ in Western Australia.

Top Parks chief executive officer Stuart Livingstone said the organisation had welcomed on board Discovery Parks – Hadspen near Launceston, Tas, along with Cheynes Beach Caravan Park, near Albany, and Lake Brockman Tourist Park in Western Australia’s south-west.

"We’re continuing to expand our operations Australia-wide and it’s exciting to be attracting new parks of such high quality," Stuart said.



Discovery Parks – Hadspen manager Ben Stebbeings said his park was "positioned at one of Australia’s most stunning locations near the South Esk River and has award-winning wineries, national parks and family attractions right on its doorstep".

"It’s incredibly exciting that Top Parks now has a presence in Tasmania and that we’re able to give holidaymakers access to the friendly, high quality offering it’s renowned for," Ben said.

Discovery Parks-Hadspen has luxury cottages with spas, cabins, powered sites, and ensuite sites. The park is also pet-friendly.

Cheynes Beach Caravan Park


Pet-friendly Cheynes Beach Caravan Park, meanwhile, is just a short walk to the beach and offers a wide range of accommodation options, from caravan and camping facilities to self-contained cabins.

"We’re certainly a fishing paradise here, as we take up prime position on one of Australia’s most magnificent coastlines while also being home to rare flora," Cheynes Beach Caravan Park owner and operator Joanne Marsh says.

"It is very exciting to join the Top Parks family Australia-wide, as we’re ready to take Cheynes Beach Caravan Park to the next level and spread the word further about our incredible offering," she said.

Lake Brockman Tourist Park


Set in a state forest in Western Australia’s south-west, Lake Brockman Tourist Park is on 25 hectares of Australian bushland and overlooks Logue Brook Dam, a popular spot for swimming, water skiing, canoeing and fishing.

"Our campsites are powered and we also have fully air-conditioned ensuite cabins for guests who are after a bit more comfort, along with a café and new state-of-the-art playground," Lake Brockman Tourist Park owner Sonia Bennett said.

Top Parks now has 207 parks across Australia and, according to CEO Stuart Livingstone, is planning to step up its presence in Tasmania and around the country.