After signing up to Kui Parks in June of 2017 the Robe Holiday Park is maintaining its vision of providing great customer service along with the beautiful aesthetics of Robe’s bushland. Robe Holiday Park owners Anthony and Keryn Moore pride themselves on having a beautiful park that is not only aesthetically pleasing but a great spot for travellers to relax, enjoy and take it easy. “There are a number of holiday parks in Robe and having the Kui Parks logo attached to our park is a great way to give travellers a point of difference,” said Keryn. “We are a very seasonal town and our tourism fluctuates in the summer months, which is why we work so hard to maintain a park which is perfect for all travellers.” The Kui Parks vision is to be owner-operated with parks tailored for travelling nomads. The great thing about Robe Holiday Park is that the owners are Robe locals. “Our family lives here, Anthony and I have kids who go to school in Robe and play local sport,” said Keryn. “It’s a great town and community to be part of and our local knowledge is what makes a travellers experience when they stay with us. “Being able to tell travellers the best place for coffee, or which beach is dog friendly is what Kui Parks is about, a friendly park for travellers.” Kui Parks pride themselves on being cost effective, clean and well maintained accommodation. Something which really sat well with Anthony and Keryn. Their park has 100 sites and eight cabins, it is a bushland oasis just a short stroll or drive from the town’s main street. There is plenty of space for big groups, families and for couples just passing through. “We’ve really worked hard over the last year to make our park a great place for travellers to unwind,” said Keryn. “We are definitely looking forward to the summer season.”
Congratulations on the changes you have made since you have taken over Robe Holiday Park well done.
Lovely environment surrounded by trees .
Cabin well equipped and comfortable.
The best I’ve seen for a whileHannah
Thank you both for your friendliness and hospitality that made our stay special
Loved the bush setting especially the shady trees that kept the hot sun off our van we booked in for one night, loved it so much we stayed a week we also at other parks and most of them there was no shade.
Blessings for the futureRev James & Karin Seamons, Victoria