Tourist boost for Brooms Head

BROOMS Head Holiday Park has been allocated $20,000 to be used in conjunction with council to come up with a strategic plan for the popular tourist spot.

Clarence Valley Council manager of assets George Kriflik said the government grant would be used to boost visitors to the park.

He said the Brooms Head Holiday Park was chosen primarily because of its high occupancy rate, but all five parks in the Clarence Valley would undergo the same process at some stage in the future.

More than $8.8 million has been allocated to caravan parks around the state this financial year and is provided under the NSW Government’s Public Reserves Management Fund.

Minnie Water and Wooli caravan parks are next on the council’s strategic planning list and will both receive attention in the near future.



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