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Best Caravan Parks in NSW

Best Caravan Parks in NSW

Exploring the beauty of New South Wales on wheels is an experience you won’t want to miss, especially with its wide array of caravan parks. Each park is special in its own way, giving you more options to explore and have fun! See below for all the info you’ll need for your next adventure.

Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park

Located at: Crooked River Rd, Gerroa, New South Wales

If you’re up for a swim, then look no further than Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park. This caravan park is perfect for families and friends who are in for a splash. It is no ordinary beach park, however, as it features premium amenities and luxurious cabins. Be warned – site fees here are higher than normal, reflecting the relative luxury of the park. 

We highly recommend travelling here between April and September. Doing so gives you a chance to hire a fire pit, which is ideal for people who want to set up camp while admiring the view of the beaches. You can swim to your heart’s during the day, and roast marshmallows under the stars at night. 

Seven Mile Beach Holiday Park
Credit: www.kiamacoast.com.au/sevenmile_beach

Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach, Jervis Bay

Located at: 17A Beach Street, Huskisson, New South Wales

This caravan park is conveniently located just two hours away from Sydney. Once you get there, you will be greeted by white sands, crystal clear waters and a scenic view of the bay. If you have kids, they will love this place. It has a playground that comes with a mini pool and obstacle courses for the little ones. But fret not because there are plenty of fun activities for adults as well. 

There is a climbing park if you want to channel your inner Lara Croft and test your climbing skills. If you prefer to enjoy the fresh breeze of the sea, a selection of kayaks are available for rent too. While offshore, you will be amazed by the picturesque views of Jervis Bay. Especially during sunset, where you can witness the white sands glimmering as they start to turn gold.

Credit: www.huskissonbeachresort.com.au

First Sun Caravan Park, Byron Bay

Located at: Lawson Street, Byron Bay, New South Wales

Byron Bay is touted as the most carefree place in New South Wales. Here, you will find lots of friendly locals, mouth-watering dishes, and a relaxing atmosphere that you won’t find anywhere else. Many celebrities live or holiday in Byron Bay, reflecting its reputation as low-key hotspot for the domestic and international jet set. Its main beach also has accommodation where you can stay the night – perfect if you want to go night swimming or witness the peaceful breeze of the ocean as the sun rises. 

While you’re here, make sure to visit Cape Byron, where you will get a fantastic 180-degree view of the ocean. There’s also a lighthouse at Cape Byron’s outlook. Tourists can even get a 20-minute tour inside the lighthouse itself. However, it is only open from 10am to 4pm and tends to be busy, so arrive early!

Big4 South Durras Holiday Park

Located at: 9 Beagle Bay Road, South Durras, New South Wales

Looking for fun activities for the entire family? Say hello to the Big4 South Durras Holiday Park! There are plenty of things to love in this place that will appeal to all ages, like giant checkers, multiple playgrounds for kids, extreme buggy rides, and a large jumping castle. The Big4 South Durras Holiday Park will definitely keep you busy all day long.

Feeling hungry? They have a plethora of eateries and diners that serve local food too. This park is also known for its high-quality cabins for rent. If for any reason you can’t bring your own caravan, consider renting one of their luxury cabins that are complete with all the necessities and more. There’s cable TV, heated showers, and an outdoor view serving you the beauty of nature. Its top-notch accommodation alone makes you want to stay here for days. 

Credit: www.southdurrasholidaypark.com.au

Wairo Beach Holiday Park

Located at: 425 Princess Highway, Lake Tabourie, New South Wales

If you want a caravan park that takes you back in time, then don’t you’ll love the Wairo Beach Holiday Park. This park feels like a scene in an old movie because you will be greeted by pubs, old-style cabins for rent, and classic food. But that doesn’t mean their facilities are out-of-date! Their cabins come with professional-grade amenities such as a hot and cold shower, cable TV, king-sized beds, and atmospheric lighting. There are also plenty of fun recreational activities for everyone too. 

Want to relax? Visit the Olde Wairo Town Spa Cabins. Feeling bored? Grab your rod and explore their fishing spots. Fancy some shopping? Head to the town centre where you can browse away for hours. They also have exclusive Wairo Beach souvenirs available too.

There’s also a playground, a tennis court and a swimming pool to keep you active. Note that this caravan park doesn’t allow pets. But overall, it’s still a great experience that you don’t want to miss.

Credit: www.ingeniaholidays.com.au/our-parks/new-south-wales/south-coast/wairo-beach/

NRMA Ocean Beach Resort

Located at: 90 Sydney Ave, Umina Beach NSW 2257

This beach resort is right on the stunning Umina Beach, on the NSW Central Coast, and features over 25 different accommodation types including self-contained cabins, villas, glamping-style safari tents and a range of spacious sites for tents and campervans.

The long list of amenities includes easy access to the beach, heated outdoor pools with a spa and a water park, go karts, a jumping pillow, tennis courts, a TV lounge with games, bike rentals, and a playground for the kids. If you’re hungry, there’s a casual cafe and a beach kiosk, or you can cook up a storm on one of their BBQ grills. And if you and your other half fancy some alone time, there’s a kids club that runs all year round.

Plus it’s an easy drive from Sydney!

Credit: www.big4.com.au/caravan-parks/nsw/central-coast/nrma-ocean-beach-holiday-resort
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