Queensland’s 100 Faces of Small Businesses

We would like to congratulate our spectacular business owner Renae on being recognised as one of Queensland’s 100 Faces of Small Businesses in 2018.

Renae has been recognised alongside her husband Ben for their efforts in creating a tourist park that encapsulates the key view points and interest of the local area. With a particular focus on the Cape Hillsborough National Park and iconic beach that hugs Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park.

100 Faces of Small Businesses is an initiative designed by the Queensland Government. Aimed at ensuring Queensland stays a place which small businesses can start, grow and employ. This is something that Renae and Ben strive to do. Remaining local and supporting local.

Ben and Renae purchase the then title resort in 2012. Putting their thoughts together to create a place that encapsulates and shows of the beautiful surrounds of the park. Resulting in the creation of Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park.

Renae and Ben have a strong focus on being Eco-friendly and respecting and nurturing the environment. Just recently the park has become a wildlife carer, caring for native animals which have been injured, sick or orphaned, until they can be released into the care of the national park. Recently taking on the responsibility and care of two beautiful Agile Wallabies, Harriett and Meghan. Renae and Ben’s hard work and dedication has allowed the park to jump in leaps and bounds over the short 6 years which they have called it home.

Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park, has something for everyone from the young to the young at heart. With a variety of accommodation options available from family and couple cabins to powered and un-powered camp sites. We highly recommend you jump on to our website and check out everything that is on offer at our fantastic nature park.

Once again Renae, Congratulations on this outstanding achievement of being named as one of Queensland’s 100 Faces of Small Businesses!

Renae Atherton, Owner of Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park