Ingenia Holidays and Woolworths launch industry-first delivery partnership

As leisure travel kicks off post-COVID-19Ingenia Holidays and Woolworths have today launched an industry-first delivery partnership set to bolster regional tourism and make holiday planning a whole lot easier. 


Guests staying at Ingenia Holidays parks across the country will now be able to pre-order their holiday grocery essentials via the dedicated Ingenia Holidays Woolworths online ordering portal, offering a no-hassles direct to site delivery.  


Ingenia Holidays Soldiers Point Park Manager Dannyelle Morris said the partnership was about making travel more convenient for today’s busy family and reflects the rise in consumer demand for online grocery shopping. 


“The official partnership means that guests no longer have to do the shopping before they can start their holiday – they can simply arrive, unpack and relax,” Ms Morris said. 


“And for those already doing their holiday grocery shopping online, this service means they no longer need to investigate whether parks support grocery delivery or disrupt their holiday to be available during delivery windows. 


“This partnership with Woolworths means that guests can have groceries delivered directly to their holiday site, and if they haven’t checked-in yet, we will either securely store groceries for campers and caravanners, or place the groceries in the fridge for our guests staying in cabins. 


As the first holiday park operator to strike a deal with a national supermarket, Ms Morris said Ingenia Holidays was proud to be making holidays easier for Aussie travellers, giving them more time to explore regional Australia  


Port Stephens holidaymaker Mitchell Sullivan recently trialled the service while on holidays from the Central Coast and said it was a game changer for his young family. 


For my wife and I travelling with our two-year-old daughter, convenience is everything. We had actually never ordered groceries online before and this process just made the whole holiday experience easy,” Mr Sullivan said. 


We travelled with family friends who were jealous that when we arrived at Soldiers Point there were cold beers waiting for us in the fridge. 


Woolworths Director of E-Commerce Annette Karantoni said the supermarket was pleased to team up within Ingenia to offer the simplicity of grocery delivery to holidaymakers.  


“We’re seeing more and more Australians turn to the ease and convenience of grocery delivery to their home because they want to reclaim time in their busy lives,” Ms Karantoni said. 


“Together with Ingenia, we’re delighted to be extending the same benefits to our customers on their family holiday as well. 


“It means customers can arrive with the peace of mind of a fully stocked fridge and spend more time enjoying local attractions with their loved ones.” 


For more information on the Ingenia Holidays and Woolworths delivery partnership, visit or phone Ingenia Holidays on 1300 790 758.