Bruns caravan owners given 90 days to move out

OWNERS of 33 long term holiday caravans have been given their marching orders from three Brunswick Heads caravan parks.

The long term holiday vans owners at Ferry Reserve, Massey Greene and Terrace Reserve have been given notice of termination, with 90 days to vacate.

All vans are required to be towed away or demolished on site with vacant possession required by September 2.

NSW Crown Holiday Parks Trust CEO, Steve Edmonds, said the owner of a holiday van was currently entitled to a maximum of 180 days use in any 12 month period with the park managers able to issue three months' notice at any time for the van to be removed.

"Removal of these holiday vans, the sites will become available all year round to any guests across Australia," he said.

"The more tourists we can attract to these sites will therefore attract more dollars into the local economy."

One van owner affected, Kelly McKelvey, said she believed the notice had no legal effect as the NSW Crown Holiday Parks Licence to Operate expired on May 8.


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