Given how we’ve spent the past two years living in fear of lockdowns and state border closures, it’s no surprise that our feet have gotten itchier than ever and we’re all ready to see as much of Australia as we can, as quickly as possible. There’s nothing quite like hitching up for a few days, far away from home, in a cosy cabin with just your family by your side, after all.
Now, relaxing in a home away from home is usually a pretty stress-free experience, but trying to pick that home in the first place can be anything but. This is where the legends at G’day Parks come in — they’re here to make discovering some of the best holidays, journeys, and experiences as stress-free as possible, to get you and fam on the road even quicker.
Sporting a network of over 300 holiday parks around the country, G’day Parks’ website has a destination suited for every type of family ready for essentially every type of adventure. Whether you’re on the hunt for solace in the remote oasis of the far northwest in WA, or ready to relax in luxury by the pool just a stone’s throw from Brisvegas, G’day Parks has you covered.
On top of that, the G’day Parks app offers that very same network on the go, meaning you can hire a cabin for the family mid-trip — no holiday ever goes off without a hitch, but G’day Parks is always there to steer you back on track. The app also gives you access to information about petrol stations all around Australia, meaning that you’ll never have to worry about your trip losing gas – no matter how remote you’re travelling.
G’day Parks’ search filters are also refreshingly specific, narrowing down searches to even the most detailed of preferences. Are you after a powered cabin, or looking for something more off-grid? Are you looking for a staycation, or ready to indulge in your first glamping experience? Does your family include a furbaby or two? You can find all that and more in just a few clicks.
Organising your family’s next getaway can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. G’Day Parks has your back, from the first itinerary to that final drive home.