Cowra Van Park Showcases Remarkable Recovery With Cabin Renovations After Floods
Since the floods that inundated Cowra Van Park in late 2022, park management has been diligently working on the renovation of six cabins.
Specifically, since August this year, works have been undertaken to refurbish the cabins with the projects finally complete on December 8 in time for the Christmas holiday break. Cowra Shire Council General Manager, Paul Devery said, “the team effort in the past year from Council staff and Cowra Van Park Managers, Mitch and Stacey Barrett has been tremendous.”
“The five month-long renovation included a meticulous inspection of each cabin, ensuring that the damage caused by the flood was addressed comprehensively.”
Key highlights of the renovation work include - welded vinyl flooring, vinyl planks, kitchen installations, painting completion, and air conditioner installation.
The management of Cowra Van Park has commenced taking bookings for the holiday period with interest already proving popular.
“Council and park management are committed to providing a safe, comfortable, and modern accommodation experience for visitors,” he said.
“Mitch and Stacey have been very patient while we worked through the insurance process and I know they are optimistic about the enhanced experience it will offer to visitors with these upgraded facilities,” said Mr. Devery.
For those interested, Council is currently advertising via Tenderlink.com/cowra, and closing January 30, 2024 for three replacement cabins.
This includes a two-bedroom accessible cabin which is a first for Cowra Van Park and in line with current Australian standards. More information can be obtained from Rod Hayes at Cowra Shire Council on 02 6340 2074.
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