RAC grows holiday park empire with Cable Beach buy

Broome Advertiser
Fun on Cable Beach, Broome.
Camera IconFun on Cable Beach, Broome. Credit: The West Australian

Broome’s Palm Grove Holiday resort has been taken over by WA-based insurer RAC.

The park, renamed RAC Cable Beach Holiday Park, adds to the growing RAC tourist accommodation portfolio.

RAC brand and tourism executive general manager Tony Pickworth said the acquisition built on plans to provide members with accommodation in key WA destinations.

“Located a short 5‐minute walk from iconic Cable Beach, the park is placed to provide the whole family with a world‐famous beach holiday experience,” he said.

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“RAC Cable Beach Holiday Park includes self‐contained family cabins as well as powered caravan and camping sites, giving guests options to tailor their holiday.

“Our parks and resorts are designed to encourage Western Australians to holiday in their own backyard and offer value for money experiences in WA’s most popular tourism destinations.”

The Cable Beach park offers powered camping and caravan sites, a camp kitchen, family cabins, a pool, general store and mini golf course.

It is a five-minute walk from Cable Beach and eight-minute drive from town centre.

RAC also owns holiday parks in Exmouth, Shark Bay, Cervantes, Busselton, Pemberton, Margaret River and Coral Bay.

Members of RAC receive discounts of up to 20 per cent when staying at RAC-owned parks.

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