In the steps of pioneers
Country NSW is magnificently diverse with World Heritage wilderness, dams that resemble giant inland lakes, historical towns, acclaimed wine regions and exhilarating outdoor adventures just ready for the taking.
Water-skiers, canoeists, bushwalkers and mountain-bike riders flock to the region for its infinite treasures. Others come for the first-rate fishing, to try their hand at gold panning, or simply to bask in the wide and starry skies while camping in the great outdoors.
Explore our Country Parks in NSW
Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park
Big, beautiful and a bit off the beaten track, it’s hard to resist the charms of Reflections Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters, a mecca for freshwater fishing and native wildlife in charming surrounds.
A 40-minute drive from Yass and less than two hours from Canberra, Wagga Wagga and Young, Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park – set on 75 hectares on the shores of Lake Burrinjuck and the Murrumbidgee River – is the perfect escape for nature lovers.
Put down your phone and pick up a rod instead. Plenty is biting in the depths of Burrinjuck Dam. From Murray Cod to Carp and Trout, Burrinjuck Waters is famous for its fishing. It’s easy to get the boat out and ideal for water skiing, kayaking and other water adventures.
Prefer to stay dry? Bring your walking shoes and explore the park’s surroundings, including the famous Hume and Hovell walking track.
There is so much to see and do near Burrinjuck - enjoy a game of tennis, volleyball or frisbee golf, say hello to the friendly ‘roos and birds, then spend the night chatting with friends around the campfire, toasting marshmallows and spending quality time with loved ones.
Whether you’re a camper or a caravanner, or you prefer a cabin for all the comforts of home, you’ll be glad you checked in to this lovely part of the Yass Valley. Get comfy, explore the park’s activities and facilities and prepare to create treasured holiday memories.
So take the bait; plan your next getaway to Reflections Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters.
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of dog friendly parks head here.
Copeton Waters Holiday Park
When it comes to freshwater fishing in NSW and a memorable camping experience to go with it, it’s hard to go past Reflections Holiday Parks Copeton Waters.
There’s more fun here than you can poke a fishing rod at. From boating, kayaking and bushwalking, to a water park for the kids, there’s endless outdoor adventures just ready for the taking.
A 30-minute drive from Inverell and an easy journey from Armidale, Glen Innes and Warialda, Copeton Waters Holiday Park – set on 900 hectares of bushland and nestling the mighty Copeton Dam – is the ultimate New England country escape.
As a renowned fishing mecca, you’re sure to meet all kinds of fisherfolk who descend upon Copeton to catch a Murray Cod, the quintessential trophy fish. Teach the kids to water-ski, get active with some mountain biking and spend your evening having yarns around the campfire. Find more things to near Copeton here
Stay a day, a week or a month. Pick a perfect spot, then pull up the caravan or put up the tent in this stunning outdoor playground, dog-friendly for caravan and camping sites. Make yourself at home in one of our cabins, or perhaps the bunkhouse accommodation if you’re in a large group, then check out the park’s activities and facilities.
Now all that’s left to do is make cherished holiday memories. Whether it’s waiting for the fish to bite, toasting marshmallows around the campfire or watching the kids squeal with delight in the water park, Copeton is the perfect place to be nurtured by nature.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on all sites and selected cabins. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Cudgegong River Holiday Park
The simple things in life are often the best. Step back to the classic holidays of yesteryear at Reflections Holiday Parks Cudgegong River and bask in the things that truly matter.
Friends and family. A stunning bush setting with plenty of ‘roos for company. Roaring campfires and a lake just perfect for all types of adventures.
A stay at Cudgegong River Holiday Park, less than one hour west of Mudgee at the eastern end of Burrendong Dam, is light on the mod-cons and big on creating special holiday memories.
Pack away the electronics kids; you won’t be needing them here. Take out the boat for some water-skiing. Bring the binoculars and enjoy bird-watching, or get out the rod and reel for some first-rate fishing. Hiking, kayaking, bike-riding, sailing; there’s no shortage of ways to enjoy this park’s prime position on the banks of the Cudgegong River. Find more things to do near Cudgegong.
Craving wide open spaces? This place has tonnes. Pick your favourite spot and make yourself at home. With more than 240 unpowered sites for caravans or campers, you can set up near the various facilities or get away from it all for an authentic bush camping experience. Cudgegong River is also a dog-friendly holiday park, so bring your dog along for the fun.
Whether you have two legs or four, everyone will appreciate the extra breathing space at Reflections Holiday Parks Cudgegong River
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on all sites. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Central West NSW holidays
Stay at one of our Reflections Holiday Parks in country NSW and enjoy all that the Central West NSW has to offer: a region steeped in history, breathtaking landscapes with endless walking trails and waterways to explore, and an unwavering spirit of great country hospitality.
Things to see and do:
- Tantalise your tastebuds with a bottle or two of Mudgee
- Fish the tranquil Cudgegong River for its Yellow Belly and Murray Cod.
- Explore over 200 years of mining history at Lake Burrendong and Mookerawa Waters.
- Try your luck at gold panning at Mookerawa Creek.
- Visit Cowra and wander through the stunning Japanese gardens.
- Explore the famous Wellington Caves and Phosphate Mine.
- Drive, walk or cycle around the magnificent Burrendong Botanic Gardens and Arboretum.
South West NSW
From incredible caves to historic walking tracks, South West NSW is full of hidden gems that make it an ideal holiday destination for a family trip in country NSW.
Things to see and do:
- Visit Yass Valley, north west of Canberra, for its historical sites and museums.
- Explore Careys Caves and the Hume and Hovell Track
- Bring the fishing gear and boat and explore Lake Burrinjuck, one of the world’s largest irrigation dams, or enjoy a scenic tour on board the NV Getaway.
South West NSW Holiday Parks include: Burrinjuck Waters
New England Holidays
Encompassing the country towns of Tamworth, Gunnedah, Armidale and Inverell, the New England region offers plenty of options for venturesome travellers.
Things to see and do:
- Visit Tamworth during the country music festival, or explore the town’s country music landmarks.
- Jump into the treasures of Lake Keepit, popular for its water sports and outdoor recreation.
- Visit Inverell, famous for its rich history, beautifully restored buildings and its production of gemstones, earning it the nickname the ‘Sapphire City’.
- Pack a picnic and take in the stunning views of Macintyre Falls, or enjoy a scenic drive along the Gwydir River.
- Bring the bike and test out the trails on the 11km mountain bike track at Copeton Dam.
Upper Hunter holidays
Two hours north of Newcastle, the country town of Scone and the spectacular Lake Glenbawn are a popular haven for bushwalking, water-skiing and fishing enthusiasts.
Things to see and do:
- Enjoy a heritage walk though Muswellbrook and admire the historic buildings dating back to the 1800s.
- Take a day trip to the old Scottish heritage town of Aberdeen.
- Check out the Australian Stock Horse Society Museum in Scone, or if you’re visiting in May, visit the Scone Cup (NSW’s biggest day of country racing).
Upper Hunter Holiday Parks include: Lake Glenbawn