Ceduna’s Big 4 Tourist Park, located at 29 McKenzie Street, is a popular destination for visitors to the area. Now; with just a short walk across to the other side of McKenzie Street, you will find several expansion projects underway, boasting a four-stage growth plan to include various exciting future additions to the park.
Although most of the new plot is at various stages of development the site does offer six new executive cabins, fully-functioning, one of which is designed to comfortably accommodate wheelchair use – right from arrival.
The cement pad surrounding the wheelchair friendly ramp was extended further along the side thanks to feedback gained from consultations with occupants. This feedback helped to gain an indepth understanding of what was sought and required by people using wheelchairs and / or seeking disabled accommodation.
“The cabin has proved popular since becoming available” the manager said as we admired the generous ramp, which was constructed by ‘Ants’ (Ceduna Metal Solutions).
The fencing was completed locally by Kerry Stott & material sourced from Ceduna Home Timber & Hardware at a fraction of the price quoted from Adelaide and the impressive gate was constructed by ‘Ants’ at Ceduna Metal Solutions.
All air conditioning was competed by Michael Ross Electrical, and gravel by Darren Genrich from Ceduna Recycling and Waste Management, along with bobcat hire.
All roofing feeds into the water tanks which were sourced from Landmark Ceduna and Woodsy’s Plumbing took care of the site’s plumbing, drainage and gas fittings and also oversaw the septic construction, the excavation of which was done by Gray’s Transport.
Woody’s Plumbing has also completed extensive work for the following stage of the site plans.
Concrete has been supplied by Eyre Premix Concrete (EPC), Earthworks by Trent Trewartha and further electrical work completed by JR Cooper Electrical and Brenton Fulwood Electrical.
As work progresses through this site we will revisit to update – exciting things ahead!
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