If you employ night caretakers, then you need to make sure they are being paid correctly. Many parks have caretaker staff who provide security and look after the users of the park when the day time park staff are not at work. Often this will be at night. Caretakers can spend a great deal of their time ‘on call’ or on ‘standby’.
Blogs are an ideal way of increasing the number of visits your holiday park website gets and this will convert to more business.
In order to have the best possible chance of your holiday park to succeed, you need to improve your holiday park reputation overall through what your park offers, how it’s marketed and its overall image.
Backpackers have traditionally taken up many of the short term seasonal jobs on offer in regional Australia, but in recent years they haven`t met demand. Short term jobs offer grey nomads a chance to meet the locals and see the real Australia.
The trend is clear as more people initiate research on their mobile and then follow up with a purchase...Consumers spend more than 15 hours a week on mobile research.
Found this article on Linkedin and thought that a lot of the points made were valid. On second take I realised that conclusion was just justification for my "workaholism" and trying to rationalise why I work on weekends.
Brighthouse Associate consultants, Claire and Adrian Prendergast announce the launch of their new hands-on tourism venture Whancliffe Mill at Margaret River
Tourism WA commissioned Brighthouse to assess the needs of the caravan and camping sector. Findings in the Brighthouse report, A Strategic Approach to Caravanning and Camping Tourism in WA 2012 guided the development of the WA Caravan and Camping Action Plan."