Stolen Caravans

Please be on the look-out for 2 Aura caravans stolen this weekend from a transport yard in Campbellfield. These 2 vans are very distinctive as one is a Aura Batta pop top which is only the second one in existence, so if anybody sees an Aura Pop top you will be safe in saying it … Read More

Early Bird Call VicParks Annual Conference

Making it Count With some storm clouds on the horizon and the economy getting the jitters, now more than anything you have to make everything you do count.  Ensure that every dollar you spend counts, ensure that every interaction with a customer counts and ensure that you are in the best position to make it … Read More

Find Your Happy Space In Regional Victoria This Winter

The Andrews Labor Government’s tourism campaign Your Happy Space is urging Melburnians to cosy up to winter in regional Victoria, supporting tourism businesses and boosting regional jobs. Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula today launched the winter campaign, which showcases the drama of winter landscapes, warming food and wine, scenic drives and … Read More


The Caravan Industry Association of Australia (CIAA) has joined the Australian Made Campaign to support and promote the Australian manufacturers that contribute to the country’s caravanning and camping industry. The CIAA is the peak body for the Australian caravanning and camping industry, and represents more than 3500 businesses across the sector, including suppliers, manufacturers, retailers, … Read More

Record-Breaking Year For Tourism In Victoria

Victoria has cemented its place as Australia’s best tourist destination, with new data showing that 2018 was our tourism industry’s biggest year on record, welcoming more international visitors than ever before. International visitors to Victoria spent an unprecedented $8.5 billion in 2018, up 12.9 per cent on the previous year driving economic growth and creating … Read More

Vale Judy Golightly

It is with immense sadness that I advise of the passing of industry legend of the Victorian Caravan Parks Association Jude Golightly of BIG4 Beacon Resort. Jude is an industry doyen having built the award winning Beacon Resort from bare paddocks at was once a dairy farm on the Bellarine Peninsula at Queenscliff to the … Read More

Planning to come into the city?

It could take you longer than usual to get into the city in April, as an autumn construction blitz disrupts public transport and roads across Melbourne. Plan ahead and allow extra time for your trip to be sure you arrive on time for that Comedy Festival gig, the footy, or to meet friends at that … Read More

A New Way Forward For Tourism In Regional Victoria

The Andrews Labor Government will look to find new ways to grow tourism and support regional Victoria, through a review into the regional tourism industry. Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula said tourism was one of regional Victoria’s most important industries, with 40 per cent of total tourism employment based outside Melbourne … Read More

New Campaign Shows Gippsland is Open for Business

A new tourism campaign will encourage visitors to choose Gippsland for their next day trip, overnight visit or longer stay, as the community continues to manage ongoing fires and the recovery effort.Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Martin Pakula visited Cannibal Creek Vineyard today to launch the new tourism brand for Gippsland- GIPPS all … Read More