NSW Mid Coast

 
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Pristine beaches and waterways await

From Hawks Nest and the Port Stephens region, to the Great Lakes of Forster-Tuncurry and the beautiful towns of Greater Port Macquarie, what better place for a beach holiday in mid coast NSW than at a Reflections Holiday Park?

The Mid Coast NSW is an area known for its natural beauty; its pristine coastline, its abundant wildlife and the outdoor adventures just waiting to be had. For a family trip in mid coast NSW – the classic Aussie beach holiday – these spots are just the ticket.

Port Stephens: Hawks NestJimmys Beach

Hawks Nest and Jimmys Beach are two spectacular holiday parks in mid-north coast NSW, both popular spots for that idyllic beach getaway. Endless pristine beaches are perfect for some sandy 4WD-ing, and water enthusiasts from surfers to fisherfolk will truly be in their element.

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Great Lakes: Forster BeachTuncurrySeal Rocks

The Great Lakes region is a coastal paradise, made up of waterways, 145km of pristine coastline and amazing national parks. Long stretches of sandy white beaches provide endless opportunities for classic summer activities including sailboarding, scuba diving, kite surfing, kayaking and sailing.

Forster-Tuncurry are at the entrance to Wallis Lake, and the unspoilt town of Seal Rocks is perfectly nestled in Myall Lakes National Park; both ideal spots for a beach holiday in the mid coast NSW.

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Greater Port Macquarie: Bonny HillsNorth Haven

Greater Port Macquarie boasts stunning beaches and rivers, peaceful seaside towns and a lush rural countryside. It’s no wonder visitors flock to this lovely part of the world.

Just 20-minutes south of Port Macquarie lies the quaint township of Bonny Hills, home to some of the best surfing beaches and fishing spots on the NSW coast. A further 10-minutes’ away is North Haven, tucked between Laurieton and Camden Head. Here you’ll find a nature-lover’s utopia: a heavenly location for creating treasured holiday memories.

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