As technology improves and we develop more and more mod cons and intelligent solutions to our problems we move further and further away from our primitive selves. And yet, camping remains as popular as ever. Maybe it’s because we have some deep-seated need to connect with nature as humans. Maybe it’s a nostalgic thing, wanting to recreate the memories we had as kids, or create new memories with families of our own. Whatever the reason, Australians spent nearly a collective 60 million nights camping and caravanning in 2019 and those figures are only likely to go up.
Like many other Reflections Holiday Parks, dogs are welcome at the camping and caravanning sites of Mylestom on the Coffs Coast, and there’s even a pet-friendly cabin. Which means no kennel boarding fees, and treasured holiday time with the furriest members of your family.
Holidays are all about relaxing, but can also be a time to rediscover your health and vitality. Whether it be a swim in NSW's beautiful beaches, a stroll along the magnificent bushwalking trails or that perfect putt on the golfing greens, there are so many activities to enjoy while taking in our incredible state.
Planning a family camping trip? You’re not alone. Camping is a great way to spend some much-needed quality time together, with the added bonus of being amongst some of the country’s most jaw-dropping natural spaces, too. But if this is your first time venturing out into the wilderness with the family in tow, there are a few additional things you’ll need to consider when organising your trip.
There’s something a bit discouraging about coming home from a holiday feeling more stressed and tired than when you left.
Is your caravan all substance, no style? Here’s a good reason to upgrade your interior. It’s been scientifically proven interior design elements can stir up positive or negative emotions.
If you’re a dog owner, you know the hassle (and heartache) of leaving your fur-babies behind when you go on holiday. So it’s great when you find a place you can pack your pooch; like one of our dog-friendly holiday parks, for example.
Rain, rain, go away! Nobody likes the wet weather camping or holidays when camping. But if the weather forecast is looking a little bleak for your upcoming holiday, there’s no need to take a rain check.
We all hate them. But they’re part and parcel of holidaying in Australia. And insects and creepy crawlies like camping just as much as you do. So how do we encourage these uninvited holiday makers to buzz off?
It’s an all-too common scenario. You’re excited about your caravan or camping holiday, only to have it somewhat tarnished by an accident, illness, or even an unfavourable encounter with nature.
So you have a love for the great outdoors. Is it a little hum in your heart that starts when you think of nature? If you have been thinking about taking a camping trip, then now could be the perfect time to really get back to nature.
Camping Destinations New South Wales
Your holiday is your choice when bringing your caravan, campervan or RV to a Reflections Holiday Parks where your choices not only include powered or unpowered, but a host of add-ons to bump your holiday from dreamy to amazing!