ABC News reported that demand for caravan park accommodation is increasing due to the housing crisis.  At the Seaford Cabin Park, at the gateway to Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, manager Andrew Wilson takes another phone call.  “I’m getting at least 10 phone calls a day from people just looking for some sort of long-term accommodation,” he said.

Demand for his one-bedroom cabins has never been greater.  “We just don’t have anything available at the moment.”

  • A surge of new residents and Airbnbs has plunged Mornington Peninsula into a housing crisis
  • Some people pushed out of the housing market are living in caravan parks or sleeping on the beach
  • The Victorian government has promised to build more social housing but some worry it is not enough

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