Main Beach Guests officially welcomed our wonderful New Camp Kitchen and 5 Studio villa's with a Massive BBQ Breakfast attended by over 150 people. Guests enjoyed a FREE breakfast of Bacon, Sausages and Eggs before proceeding to view 2 of our new Studio Villa's. Guests were also able to view one of our 2 Bedroom Superior Villa's and our 2 Bedroom Standard Villa's and were able to see first hand the variety of self contained accomdoation we can now offer guests. Unfortunately our 3 bedroom villa's were unavailable to view on the day.
It's official "Its a beauty" Main Beach Guests christened the New Camp Kitchen on Thursday 8th July with one of the Park's Famous Pancake Breakfasts. Over 400 pancakes and many litres of ice cream, cream and topping were devoured by over 150 guests.
The breakfast was the first use for the camp kitchen and guests were very impressed with this fantastic new addition to our facilities.
Congratulations Main Beach Guests participating in our Walk Around Queensland Challenge - We are now heading for home and have passed through Mackay and are trekking down the Central Queensland Coast. This week we walked almost 2 million steps making it all the way down from Cape York through Townsville and down past Mackay.
Main Beach accommodated a number of the runners competing in the Gold Coast Marathon on the 4th July with some guests staying in our Villa's and others choosing to camp or caravan. Many other guests cheered the 5000 odd runners who cruised past the park for the 42km Run, whilst a few even hired bikes and followed their friends along the course.
Below: Runners run past the Main Beach Tourist Park
Main Beach Tourist Park's Walk Around Queensland Challenge clocked up the milestone this week of making it round the tip of Cape York and are now heading down the Queensland Coast. Over the past 4 weeks park guests have collectively walked from the Gold Coast to Cape York via Stanthorpe, Birdvsille and Normanton.
Main Beach Guests thoroughly enjoyed a Park organised Bus Trip to Twin Towns to see the musical “Menopause”. Park Manager Paul hosted the trip taking the guests on a road trip sightseeing the Tweed Coast before arriving at the Twin Towns Club for Lunch and the show.
Guests laughed and laughed at this great show with one guest (not mentioning any names Helen) kicking up her heels on stage with the cast during the encore’.
Each day Main Beach is welcoming more and more of our regular winter guests who call the park their home staying with us for anything from a few weeks to a few months.
Park Managers Kim and Paul really enjoy catching up with what the guests have been up to since their last visit.
The camaraderie and mateship is evident and it is great to walk around the park and see street parties, guests out walking together and the working bees which take place when guests check in with neighbours helping to set up annexes etc.