Eco-Friendly Evans Head Villas Wow Guests

Reflections Holiday Parks officially opened their exciting new premium villa precinct in April wowing guests at Evans Head.

Adhering to environmentally sustainable design principles, guests have applauded the thoughtful design, proximity to the beach and family-friendly atmosphere of the park.

Chris Gulaptis MP visited the holiday park after the completion of the 13 new villas.

“The sensitive, sustainable cabin designs really lift holiday park accommodation to the next level and show respect for the incredibly pristine natural environments throughout regional New South Wales,” Mr Gulaptis said.

Age With Attitude - Environmentally-Friendly Villas Wow Guests at Evans Head

Completed improvements at Reflections Holiday Park Evans Head include:

  • Installation of thirteen architecturally-designed, environmentally-sensitive cabins which combine solar, Tesla batteries and use of recycled timbers.
  • Upgrading of 30 powered sites, new park entry and internal road works.
  • Demolition of tennis courts and clubhouse and investment of $350,000 into the relocation of these facilities to the nearby Stan Payne Oval, (a like-for-like contribution with Richmond Valley Council).
  • Landscaping (concrete footpaths, planting and mulching).
  • Significant upgrading of services including the park’s electrical supply.

Reflections Holiday Parks Chair Wendy Machin said the new cabin precinct at Evans Head also coincided with the completion of a new cabin precinct at the group’s Clarkes Beach park in Byron Bay.

“The cabins installed at Evans Head and Clarkes Beach are part of an $8.9 million cabin upgrade project substantially funded by the NSW Government’s Crown Reserves Improvement Fund Program – CRIFP,” Ms Machin said.

“We take our role as a Manager of Crown land seriously. In total we have invested $6.450,000 in park development and asset renewal at Evans Head since July 2017,” she said.

“This shows our commitment to providing unforgettable holiday experiences and cementing our Evans Head park’s status as a must-stay tourist destination to explore the wider Richmond Valley.

“Evans Head is a premier holiday destination and we will continue to invest in the vibrant coastal community to attract guests from far and wide,” she said.

Reflections Holiday Parks CEO Steve Edmonds said Richmond Valley Council had been very collaborative in their approach to planning and supported the Group’s Vision throughout the accommodation upgrade project.

“This is an exciting time for Reflections Holiday Parks as we use our new cabin designs and environmentally sustainable ethos to lead the way in the industry and create a new point of difference from other holiday park groups,” Mr Edmonds said.

“As well as use of solar and Tesla Batteries, our new villa precinct incorporates selective sourcing of material to reduce the carbon footprint, a cross ventilation design to reduce air conditioning and maximise use of natural light through well placed windows and skylights.”

“Respectful native landscaping also lends itself well to these new cabins where the natural environment is the focus and their flow through to the outside takes advantage of the amazing surrounds of Evans Head,” he said.

The inclusion of an environmentally-sensitive premium villa precinct at Evans Head is balanced with many camp sites still located within the Riverside Precinct.

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