Situated on the beachfront of Broken Head just seven kilometres south of Byron Bay, Broken Head Holiday Park is surrounded by national park and stunning views north towards Byron Bay and south towards Ballina. A stroll through the reserve track offers unbeatable views of rock formations and the Pacific Ocean. The park is perfect for a quiet laidback holiday.

Located in Coffs Harbour, on the Pacific Highway halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, the park is set amongst 10 acres of shady trees, and is just a short stroll to the beach and great fishing. Nestled amongst lush rainforest plants, Banana Coast Caravan Park offers roomy family cabins, standard cabins and shady sites for your tent or caravan.

During your stay at the Banana Coast Caravan Park, enjoy the convenience of their many facilities. They have a general store, games room, kids playground, tennis court with racquet hire, barbeque areas, campers kitchen and a swimming pool with baby pool.

Wooyung Beach Holiday Park is one of the very few remaining bush camping sites on the Australian East Coast. Wooyung Beach Holiday Park (and the nearby beaches) are pet friendly and you can enjoy a campfire on your site and absorb the fresh air while enjoying the sweet smell and sounds of the bush and the Pacific ocean.

Wooyung Beach is one of Australia’s Top Ten beaches, according to Nick Bowditch’s travel site. They have more than 10 kilometres of unspoiled beaches in front of their doorstep and they consider it crowded if you see more than five people on the horizon. With the next township being six kilometres away, the stargazing is spectacular. Other popular activities include surfing, bird and whale watching as well as beach or creek fishing.

Wooyung Beach Holiday Park is located on the Tweed Coast in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, about 20 minutes north of Byron Bay and 30 minutes south of the Gold Coast airport.

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Somewhere north of Sydney and Coffs Harbour and south of Byron Bay is our absolute beachfront holiday park – The Beach Arrawarra. A place totally devoted to relaxing, spending time with family and the surfing lifestyle. Located in a National Marine Park, The Beach Arrawarra provides a unique opportunity to spend time in one of Australia’s most beautiful coastal areas. Ideal for families, couples and groups looking to enjoy a coastal getaway.

Located on the beachfront at beautiful Byron Bay, First Sun Holiday Park offers you everything Byron Bay is world renowned for, literally metres from your cabin, hut, caravan or tent. Facilities are first class and the views towards The Wreck, Byron Lighthouse, Mount Warning and beyond, are only a few reasons why you should visit First Sun Holiday Park.

Accommodation includes self-contained cabins, lodges, hippy huts, powered and unpowered caravan sites, and a shady camp area. At First Sun Holiday Park you need never take your car anywhere, because everything is so close at hand.

Riverwood Downs is located on the banks of a Karuah River, in the foothills of the Barrington Tops “World Heritage Wilderness”.

The resort is set in 15 acres of manicured park land and gardens which is part of a 750 acre cattle breeding property with walking trails and river frontage. Whether you are looking for a great family holiday, a little adventure, or just rest and relaxation you can find it here. Pets Welcome.

Our Cafe is open for breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon tea for casual dining on the veranda. Try the famous Devonshire tea!

Finish your day with a memorable drink and dinner at the Barrington Bar and Restaurant.

Located just 2.5 hours north of Sydney, and 1.5 hours north of Newcastle (between Stroud and Gloucester).

Welcome to Tiona Holiday Park set in the beautiful Pacific Palms of New South Wales. Nestled between the white sands of Seven Mile Beach, the cabbage tree palm-studded shores of Wallis Lake and the spectacular Booti Booti National Park.

Find your space at the pet-friendly Tiona Holiday Park, whether you are camping, caravanning or need a cabin for the night, and only 15 minutes from Forster. With over 78 sites, 30 cabins, 2 houses and 14 lodge rooms. the park is family-friendly, pet friendly, and the perfect space from which to relax, explore, connect or play – plus you can have a campfire (seasonal)!

Tiona is 15 minutes from Forster, 25 minutes from Seal Rocks and only 3.5hours north of Sydney. A public bus service travels directly from Newcastle and stops outside Tiona daily.

Lostock Dam Caravan Park is located on the Paterson River in the beautiful Hunter Valley. The driving time from Sydney is approximately two and a half hours. Lostock Dam is a popular inland sport and recreation destination.

The park is privately owned by Mark and Merri Hardy and is constantly being upgraded and improved. Pets are allowed and campfires can be lit when conditions allow. The dam offers good fishing, boating, windsurfing, canoeing and swimming. This area is also excellent for bird watching and bushwalking. With the Barrington Tops just a stone throw away.

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Set on stunning beachfront and surrounded by Brisbane Water National Park. Located on the NSW Central Coast, just 1.5 hours drive north of Sydney, NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Resort is the ultimate city escape.

The resort offers a range of accommodation including studio, two and three bedroom cabins, as well as en suite, powered and unpowered sites. Access friendly accommodation is also available.

NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Resort boasts a huge range of features for all to enjoy included heated resort pools and spas, waterpark, playground, go-karts and kids’ activities. Or, sit back at the café, camp kitchen or one of many barbecue areas.

The stunning Central Coast offers an array of attractions including Somersby Falls in Brisbane Water National Park and Australian Walkabout Wildlife Park. Or head to their backyard – Umina Beach – the perfect spot for surfing, fishing and scuba diving, or, simply relaxing on the beach.

Escape to Australia’s largest horse riding and outdoor adventure centre at Glenworth Valley.

Take some time out to enjoy yourself with a night under the stars in unspoilt Australian bush surroundings. Relax amongst 200 acres of secluded riverfront camp sites beside the open campfire.

This is family friendly, bush camping in a pristine natural environment. Most of the campsites are scattered along Popran Creek in a number of large open fields. The campsites are kept in a natural state and are all unpowered.

Hot showers, toilets, wood-fired barbecues and picnic tables and they offer the convenience of parking your car at your campsite.

Camper trailers, caravans and motor homes are also welcome.

Glenworth Valley is located just one hour from Sydney Harbour Bridge and Newcastle or 20 minutes from Gosford.