Fishing Returns To Dartmouth Pondage

A section of the Dartmouth Pondage in northeast Victoria has re-opened to fishing for the first time since 2013. The new arrangements will be officially launched at Dartmouth today and, in a boost for local and visiting anglers, the Pondage has been stocked with 20,000 trout to accelerate the fishery’s development. When open to fishing … Read More

Another Industry First for RMS – Accreditation with CIAA

      Industry pioneer, RMS -The Hospitality Cloud, has become the first technology company to receive accreditation from the Caravan Industry Association of Australia, the peak national body for the country’s rapidly-evolving caravanning and camping sector. RMS first started developing reservations and distribution technology for Australian holiday parks 35 years ago, quickly becoming the … Read More

Victorian State Budget

The 2018-9 Victorian State Budget announced yesterday by the Treasurer represents a significant boost for the tourism sector and has been welcomed by the Victorian Caravan Parks Association. “Funding for a number of major projects including the Geelong Regional City Deal to fund the Geelong Convention Centre, Phase 2 of the Shipwreck Coast Masterplan over … Read More


  Breakaway Twin Rivers Caravan Park is seeking managers in their holiday park situated on the Goulburn River an hour and a half from Melbourne. The position requires two people to apply together of which both will be employed to work full-time including on-call duties on a roster of 20 days on 8 days off. … Read More

Managers Position – Geelong

An opportunity exists for an energetic couple with excellent communicative skills, to manage this city located residential and tourist (powered and unpowered sites) park  situated in Geelong and set on 10 acres. We are looking for a couple who want to be more than just  managers but also be part of the park family and … Read More

Staycations on the rise

An increase in overnight trips by Australians has seen spending by domestic tourists increase six percent to $64.5 billion in 2017 according to the National Visitor Survey released today. Combined with international visitation, total tourism spending has reached almost $106 billion, up six per cent on the previous year.

Ride Like A Girl Puts Regional Victoria On The World Stage

The Andrews Labor Government is backing the Michelle Payne inspired Victorian feature film Ride Like a Girl, which is set to put racing and regional Victoria on the world stage. Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford joined Minister for Racing Martin Pakula, critically acclaimed actress and the film’s director Rachel Griffiths, and Melbourne Cup winning … Read More

Formula 1 Races Into The Latrobe Valley

The Andrews Labor Government is revving up Gippsland ahead of the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix, bringing a taste of the festivities to Moe for the first time. Minister for Tourism and Major Events John Eren and Member for Eastern Victoria Harriet Shing unveiled a Formula 1 Grand Prix car today, where it will be … Read More