Reflections Holidays invests $1.5m in tiny homes

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    Reflections Holidays invests $1.5 million in luxe tiny homes at North Haven Park and Mylestom Park in NSW to meet growing traveller demands for unique accommodation options.

    These homes, despite their small proportions, have big appeal with modern conventions such as dishwashers, fridges, queen-sized beds and stylish bathrooms. Each of them boasts of a deck and outdoor setting to take in the surrounding environment.

    Minister for Lands and Property and Minister for Small Business, Steve Kamper, said park infrastructure upgrades were being supported by the NSW Government with a $28 million loan to Reflections Holidays through Crown Lands, to support regional tourism and communities.

    “Reflections Holidays operates holiday parks on Crown land reserves so it’s great to see them delivering a range of accommodation for visitors who in turn spend in our regional communities,” Kamper said.

    CEO Nick Baker said the tiny homes were an attractive accommodation option because of their novelty and because, notwithstanding their small proportions, they offered huge value.

    “The other terrific thing about our tiny homes is that we place them in areas of the park that flank bushland so you still feel that real connection to nature,” Baker said.

    “All of the tiny homes have timber decks with table and chairs, so you can sit and have a cuppa, tune in to the local wildlife and switch off from your daily routine,” he added.

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