Sustainable Park Solutions has recently project managed the installation of a new front office/reception at Myrtleford Holiday Park. The new timber clad building was built by Uniplan in Armidale and transported onsite and installed by local contractors.
The contemporary building includes a large deck, seating area and display area for local gourmet food and tourist information. The building also includes a separate ensuite for relief managers to use when they are relieving at the park.
New carparking and landscaping treatments will be delivered over the coming months. The new reception/office is part of Sustainable Park Holdings reinvestment into the Myrtleford Holiday Park.
Earlier last year Sustainable Park Holdings installed 4 new 2 BR Villas and later in the year is hoping to install a new relocatable amenities block and additional recreational facilities aimed at strengthening visitation from the ever expanding cycling market. The famous Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, a 100km fully sealed cycle path along the old Wangaratta to Bright railway line, runs right through Myrtleford township and within 200 metres of the Myrtleford Holiday Park.