A new parks network specifically for travelling nomads made its national show debut at the Caravan and Camping Leisurefest in Bendigolast Friday.
Kui Parks is a growing group of cost-effective, clean and friendly parks for nomads of all ages.
Created by experienced caravanners Bert and Kenau van Spronsen, Kui Parks has signed up its first 20 parks and aims to top 100 within a year.
Bert van Spronsen said Kui Parks filled the gap between free camping and resort-style holiday parks, offering inexpensive, nomad-friendly facilities run by independent caravan park operators.
Nomads seek cost effective and clean, friendly parks while travelling, and they do not want to pay for facilities they dont use at the destination parks, he said.
There are four key criteria nomads require a park must be cost effective and well maintained, with clean amenities and friendly staff and this is what they can expect at Kui Parks.
And even nomads with young families are not always looking for resort facilities they are more likely to visit a rock pool, go trail walking or visit unique local attractions.
Kui Parks membership offers the assurance of parks that have all been checked out personally by Bert and Kenau, plus a 10 per cent discount at each park, subject to certain conditions which Bert and Kenau are happy to explain.
A two-year membership is usually $36, but theres a $24 for 24 months special membership deal for Leisurefest patrons. Check it out .