Australia has many hundreds of caravan parks which are not well known to the majority of Nomads, the biggest group of long-term travellers.
Kui Parks brings Nomads and independent caravan parks around Australia together, and Bert and Kenau van Spronsen are tracking down the best of them as they tour Australia in their caravan. Bert has caravanned for 40 years in three countries and has expertise in business and marketing.
Bert van Spronsen, Kui Founder and Managing Director said Kui Parks fills a big gap between the free camping and larger destination parks. It’s a great alternative for Nomads to find a secure place to stay at reasonable rates with quality services
“Kui’s target audience is the travelling Nomad. “I love being on the road, meeting people and I am able to help good quality caravan parks increase their occupancy rates while at the same time meeting the needs of the nomads”, he said.
Kui caravan parks may not have all the facilities many of the holiday/destination parks have but they do offer just what the Nomad is looking for, that is, value for money, clean amenities, well maintained sites and friendly staff. A Kui Park must meet these four requirements, Bert van Spronsen said. Nomads do not want to pay for facilities they do not use. In less than six months Kui Parks represents 28 caravan parks in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, WA and Victoria. Of the 28 parks 27 are Pet Friendly.
“Kui Parks believes that a welcoming attitude by hosts will also reflect on the quality of services offered to their guests,” Bert said. “Australia has a huge audience of Nomads enjoying life. These are people who are on the road, and on the road a long time. Make them feel at home and they will stay longer and will be more likely to return. Further more, they will share their good experience with other caravanners.
Many parks in Australia have great rates and discounts, but many of these good quality caravan parks are not well known”, Bert van Sporonsen said. “My aim is to bring both the nomads and caravan parks together” resulting in a win-win situation.
“All Kui Parks caravan parks offer members a 10 percent discount on all stays to a maximum of $30 per stay”. Bert said that the Loyalty Membership fee is $36 for 2 years but as we are still in the early stages of growing, we are presently offering the membership for $24 for 24 months.
“Kui Parks meets member needs with practical support through a website tailored to give access on iPhone, Smartphone, Tablets, iPads and laptops.” he said. “Keeping members up to date at all times”.
Every Kui Parks caravan park has its own website page on the Kui Parks website where travelling Nomads can find park details including rates, services, insight into the park and its region, things to do and information on the hosts. Kui is now represented in six regions, with one park in WA, four in SA, 10 in Vic, six in NSW, six in QLD and one park in Tasmania. The goal for 2015 is to reach 100 parks.
Editors Note: EVERY KUI PARK has a full advertising page on GoSeeAustralia.com.au
Use the unique Multi-search to find them.
Knock Kui in the Multi-search box at the top right of the Home Page.
Click the drop-down arrow and select Caravan Parks.
Kui member parks profiled:
Kui Parks - Murrurundi.
Kui Parks - Mersey Bluff.