As you are aware, the impact of the Corona Virus is moving rapidly and we are working with the state and national government bodies to adhere to the directives they are now giving to all Australians.
Please see the latest media release from the Victorian Government.
We have been operating as a family-run business for many years now and see all of the guests of Big4 Swan Hill as an extension of our own family. This is an unusual time for us all and one we have never experienced before. We want to share our love and support to everyone and know through hard times, family will remain strong. We will keep n contact through this time just to check-in to make sure you are OK.
Please contact us if you hold a current booking and wish to change to an alternative date or cancel the booking. Our staff are ready to help you with any query.
Dan and Linley Morgan and the team at Big4 Swan Hill
Our Managers here at Big4 Swan Hill are closely monitoring the global situation with regards to COVID-19 and actively taking steps to mitigate any risk to our staff and guests.
We value the trust and loyalty of our guests and are available to answer any queries regarding upcoming stays and events.
Following is a summary of some of the extra safety measures we are currently implementing:
Safeguarding staff and guests
We will continue to work closely with local health authorities while strictly adhering to advice from both the World Health Organisation and our local and national government bodies. At the moment the park is open as usual.
Our top priority is making sure our guests and staff members feel safe and secure at our park. To ensure this, our consulting industry experts have advised the following changes to our already rigorous cleaning regimes:
- Everyone, including guests and team members, has easy access to health stations with medicated soap and temperature readers.
- All public areas are regularly and thoroughly cleaned to the highest standards, paying special attention to high-touch areas such as door handles, railings, taps, etc.
- Ongoing training is occurring daily to ensure team members can provide accurate information and updates to our guests.
We also appreciate the requirement for social distancing and have implemented a new process for express check-ins eliminating the need to wait in line to check in.
Book with confidence
Given the exceptional circumstances we currently face; we are offering extra flexibility and support for all new bookings made directly with us.
If you need to make or adjust a reservation, please contact us either by calling or emailing:
- 1800 990 389
Business as usual
At Big4 Swan Hill we are committed to welcoming you to our park. Whether you are planning to travel now or in the future, you can expect to receive the same exceptional service and attention to detail that our guests always experience.
We do ask that all guests use common sense and do not come and stay if you or any of your group are not well or experiencing flu-like symptoms.
We look forward to welcoming you to Big4 Swan Hill soon.
The team at Big4 Swan Hill
We have another great line-up of activities in the park over the Christmas Holiday period. We look forward to seeing lots of children and families joining in the fun.
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Did you know these interesting facts about Swan Hill?
- Swan Hill is situated in northwest Victoria, on the south bank of the Murray River downstream from the junction of the Loddon River.
- Swan Hill earned its name when explorer Major Thomas Mitchell camped here in 1836 and was kept up all night by the noisy swans roaming about.
- The 2016 census lists the population of Swan Hill as 10,905.
- Landmarks in the town centre include the clock tower opposite the post office, the elegant town hall (built in 1935), and the garden of conifers which surround the war memorial along the centre of McCallum Street.
- The Burke and Wills expedition reached Swan Hill on Thursday, 6 September 1860 on their journey across Australia from Melbourne to the Gulf of Carpentaria. They made Camp XV (their fifteenth camp out of Melbourne) in the police paddock on the banks. of the Murray River in an area that is now Riverside Park.
- The Burke & Wills Tree, located in Curlewis Street, is a Moreton Bay fig tree planted in 1860 to commemorate the expedition of the famous explorers. It is believed to be the largest tree of its kind in Australia.
- The Murray River road bridge over the Murray River connects McCallum Street in Swan Hill to the Swan Hill Road in Murray Downs in New South Wales. The bridge is listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register. The bridge was built in 1896.
- At the Swan Hill railway station you will find a blue fibreglass sculpture of a giant Murray Cod which was a former movie prop and gifted to the town.
- One of the most popular tourist attractions in town is the Pioneer Settlement, situated at the junction of the Murray and Little Murray Rivers. This settlement recreates the atmosphere of a pioneer river port town.
- In 1853 the first paddle steamers reached Swan Hill. In September 2003, 150 years later, a fleet of boats, including replicas of the first two, re-enacted the journey from Goolwa (SA) to Swan Hill. To commemorate the event, the Pioneer Settlement commissioned a series of bollards to be painted and placed at various points between Swan Hill and Robinvale.
Book your accommodation now and come and visit Swan Hill.
The school holidays are nearly here and we can’t wait for the fun to begin.
Check out the activities for the whole family.
Stay for 5 nights midweek at BIG4 Swan Hill during August and only pay for 3 nights!
There is sure to be something for you to enjoy in the Swan Hill region, no matter what your taste or interest. In fact, with a range of major attractions to choose from, you’re truly spoilt for choice. We have the Pioneer Settlement, Olsen’s Pheasant Farm, Flying Catalina Museum, Lake Boga Observatory, Swan HIll Gallery, Murray Downs Golf Course and much more….
We look forward to seeing you in the park.
We are so excited about our new brand for the park. We will still be delivering our same exceptional service but our new brand is a true representation of who we are and how fresh, clean and inviting our park is.
The inspiration for the new brand has come from the Swan Hill destination and the growth in popularity of caravan and camping across Australia. Being a Big4 park gives our guests confidence we are meeting the Big4 standards by providing exceptional holiday experiences for all guests.
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