Brighthouse was engaged by Tourism WA to conduct a major audit of caravan and camping infrastructure in Western Australia, undertake a gap analysis to ascertain priority needs for the sector and provide a draft caravan and camping strategy to assist planning for the future of this important tourism market segment.
Brighthouse worked with the operators of Coral Coast Tourism Park on a masterplan to provide a program for the staged upgrade of the holiday park sites, facilities and accommoddation. Liz and John Watts have brought forward the development plans wiht a state of the art new ablution facility which features individual family bathrooms. The addition of new spa chalets provides more quality accommodation for this popular caravan park.
Brighthouse reviewed the operations of the two caravan parks owned and operated by Kevin & Lesley Hug in Toodyay. The result was a plan to develop the Moondyne Caravan Park (renamed Toodyay Holiday Park and Chaletds) into an integrated holiday park/park home park in this peaceful natural location. Our brief included concept caravan park designs, assisting with Shire approvals and consulting on the development.
The Shire of Nannup engaged Brighthouse to prepare a feasibility study and business case for the Shire's caravan parks' redevelopment. The caravan parks' redevelopment designs were adopted by Council and the Shire is working towards upgrading the two properties according to the Brighthouse proposals.
Brighthouse was appointed Project Consultant and created a caravan park design concept for the redevelopment of this superbly located caravan park, on the edge of the Hardy Inlet in Augusta. We then prepared a Feasibility Study, facilitated community consultation meetings and a Business Plan for the parks' owner's - The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River.