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The Best 4 Holiday Parks for Winter in Australia

BIG4 West Beach in South Australia

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Happy family at BIG4 West Beach in South Australia

Toast marshmallows over the open fire pit at this beachfront holiday park in the Adelaide suburb of West Beach. The BIG4 West Beach holiday park has a range of of sites and self-catering cabins, as well as a jumping pillow, play equipment, go karts, a games room, tennis court, on-site café, lagoon-style pool, toddler’s pool, Splash Zone and a kids’ club during holiday periods. You can also hire bikes, and cots are available for hire on request.

BIG4 Adventure Whitsundays in Queensland

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Aerial view of BIG4 Adventure Whitsundays in Queensland

Head north for some sunshine with a stay at the BIG4 Adventure Whitsundays in Airlie Beach. Even in winter, Airlie Beach enjoys a moderate climate, and the park is perfect for families with a raft of child-friendly facilities. They include a water park with slides and giant tipping bucket, a heated pool, mini-golf, two undercover jumping pillows and a playground.

BIG4 Gold Coast Holiday Park in Queensland

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BIG4 Water park at BIG4 Gold Coast Holiday Park in Queensland

As the nearest holiday park to the Gold Coast theme parks, BIG4 Gold Coast Holiday Park is the ideal place to stay if your kids are nagging you for a visit. It’s just across the road from MovieWorld, Wet’n’Wild and Outback Spectacular and only a couple of minutes’ drive from Dreamworld and White WaterWorld. The pet-friendly park has a resort-style pool with a waterslide, giant jumping pillow and a family restaurant. It hosts outdoor movies at night and there’s a kids’ club during the school holidays.

BIG4 Easts Beach Holiday Park Kiama in NSW

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Interior of a poolview condo at BIG4 Easts Beach Holiday Park in NSW

Sure, Kiama cools in winter, but this pretty town on the NSW South Coast still sparkles at this time of year – without the summertime crowds! BIG4 Easts Beach Holiday Park has been attracting families for generations, and it’s easy to see why. Located on a 14ha site just a few kilometres from the centre of town, it’s filled with kid-friendly attractions that continue to evolve, including a games room for those cooler days. There’s also a massage studio for parents to indulge. Its extensive cabin range means there’s something to suit most budgets.

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