Holiday Park rewards safety


Here at the park, one of our jobs as Park Managers is to ensure that all of our guests have a safe holiday.  These Easter holidays we launched a bike safety initiative which we’ll continue to run for the remainder of the Queensland and NSW school holiday period.  The campaign has the support of the NSW Policy and is designed to reward bicycle safety within the park. 


Guests to our park during this holiday period were encouraged to register their children for a ‘bike licence’.  We have incentives for both parents and the children who participate in the campaign in the form of 4 prizes drawn during the 4 week holiday period and a major prize of a weekend holiday here at our park. 


We have so many children riding around the park grounds during all of our holiday periods and we don’t like to see them not wearing helmets, not wearing enclosed shoes and riding around the park after dark without the appropriate lighting.  Unfortunately children don’t tend to think about cars while in the park, but normal road rules do apply so we want families to keep that in mind.  We feel it is all about accident prevention and education while still allowing the children to have fun during their stay with us.   


We held two Bike Induction Sessions during the Easter long weekend with over 60 children in attendance.  We have received tremendously positive feedback from parents. Elise Devery and Charlize Green were our first two winners and they received a $100 voucher to be spent towards bike equipment.


The remaining two prizes will be draw during the next few weeks so be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page for details.  The major prize of 3 nights in a cabin for up to four people will also be drawn at the end of the holidays so stay tuned. 


So please remember, if you are holidaying in our park, we keep asking your kids to wear their helmets and stay safe because we want you and your family to enjoy their time together and not to be spending it at the Lismore A&E. 

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