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Narooma Beach state-of-the-art adventure playground and accommodation upgrades

6 Mar 2024

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Discovery Parks - Narooma Beach raises the bar with state-of-the-art adventure playground and accommodation upgrades

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Discovery Parks – Narooma Beach has unveiled an exciting new adventure playground precinct Credit: @kazhush.creative

Family favourite South Coast holiday park, Discovery Parks - Narooma Beach, has unveiled a fresh new look for 2024, headlined by a state-of-the-art adventure playground precinct and revitalised accommodation offerings.

After being acquired by Australia’s leading regional accommodation provider, G’day Group, in late 2022, the park joined the company’s national network of more than 80 Discovery Parks and has since undergone a significant transformation to cement its position as accommodation of choice for families visiting the coastal hotspot.

Accommodation facilities, including cabins and glamping tents, have undergone a comprehensive interior makeover, including new furniture, carpets and a fresh coat of paint, bringing a fresh and inviting atmosphere for guests.

However, the star of the show is the new adventure playground precinct, which was officially unveiled to guests just before Christmas and has already proven to be a resounding success.

The playground, which is the largest in the Discovery Parks network, features a 10-metre climbing tower, two flying foxes, a water play area and and a dynamic climbing play wall. The playground precinct also includes a BMX pump track, bouncing pillow, tennis court, swimming pool, direct beach access, and a dedicated smaller playground for younger children.

“We’ve had some fantastic feedback about the playground from our guests and families are loving the diversity of amenities now on offer at the park,” said Discovery Parks – Narooma Beach Park Manager Tod Sutherland.

“We’re privileged to offer one of the best beachside locations along the South Coast with direct access to Handkerchief Beach and these new upgrades only add the experience and will help attract more visitors to the region.”

The playground’s climbing tower is also soon to feature a giant slide, after it was approved by Council last week. The slide is expected to be installed within the next week.

In addition to the playground unveiling, Discovery Parks - Narooma Beach offers a diverse range of accommodation options. Whether planning a family reunion, a getaway for two, or camping under the stars, the park offers:

  • Deluxe 3 Bedroom Cabins: Ideal for large groups, accommodating up to 8 guests.
  • Glamping Tents: For those looking to get back to nature without sacrificing the creature comforts.
  • Diverse Cabin options: Standard, Superior, and Deluxe cabins catering to any family’s needs.
  • Campsite options: Powered and unpowered sites to accommodate camping enthusiasts.
  • COMING SOON - Deluxe Safari Tents: looking for something more luxurious, keep an eye out for our new Deluxe Safari Tents, bookable soon.

For further information and bookings, visit the Discovery Parks website.

DHP Narooma Beach Playground

Discovery Parks – Narooma Beach has unveiled an exciting new adventure playground precinct Credit: @kazhush.creative

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Discovery Parks – Narooma Beach has unveiled an exciting new adventure playground precinct Credit: @kazhush.creative


For more information, contact: Myles Wallace, G’day Group Communications Manager, 0432 866 094 or

About G’day Group

Founded by Grant Wilckens in 2004 with three caravan parks in WA, G’day Group is now Australia’s leader in regional accommodation experiences with more than 300 properties across the country.

G’day Group is home to Discovery Parks, a network of more than 85 owned and operated properties, including iconic regional resorts at Kings Canyon, Rottnest Island and the world famous El Questro. The company also owns G’day Parks, a network of 220+ independently owned licensed parks and more than 200,000 G’day Rewards members, and Australia’s number one regional travel community, Wikicamps.

G’day Group reached $1 billion status in 2020 and has ambitions to double in size in the next five years. The company is majority owned by Australian Retirement Trust and founder and CEO Grant Wilckens is the Chair of the Caravan Industry Association of Australia and a Board Director of the South Australian Tourism Commission.

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