The Success Of The Trust Model



  • Aligned with State Government Goals of the NSW 2021 plan
  • Focus is on improvement of reserve system
  • Manage day use reserves in addition to holiday parks
  • Environmental considerations
  • Professional management
  • Funding to local councils for maintenance of other Crown reserve
  • Wheelchair access
  • Contributions to capital works on other Crown reserves
  • Higher return to DPI
  • DPI returns increase with income growth
  • Large investment in other Crown reserves
  • Consistent reporting on public assets
  • Greater protection of public assets
  • Overheads distributed across large number of parks
  • Branding and marketing
  • Drive local economic growth and employment
  • Work with local communities
  • Professional point of reference for DPI



North Coast Holiday Parks manage 32 Crown Reserves covering approximately 280 hectares of highly valued sensitive coastal environments. Included within these reserves are 23 holiday parks covering an area of 110 hectares, and approximately 170 hectares of other Crown Reserves consisting of expansive areas of coastal dunes, littoral rainforests, riparian zones and estuarine foreshores.






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