You’ll never be lost for things to do at Reflections Killalea Reserve, with its prime location showcasing nature at its very best.
Carve it up or just chill out; the choice is yours when you camp at Reflections Killalea Reserve, where green rolling hills make way for blue rolling waves and an idyllic atmosphere that’s perfect for your next coastal getaway on the NSW south coast.
An easy drive south of Sydney, and just minutes away from the bustling restaurants and attractions of Shellharbour, Reflections Killalea Reserve is a welcome retreat for those seeking a much-needed catch up with nature.
Leave the deadlines behind and focus on making magical memories with some of your favourite people. Whether it’s waiting for the perfect wave together at the Farm or Mystics, or enjoying a communal dip in the Minnamurra River, Killalea is all about quality time in stunning surrounds.
Pick a grassy spot, then pull up the caravan or bang in the tent pegs in this picturesque coastal playground. Check out the reserve’s activities and facilities including the nearby Farm Café, as well as the large bunkhouse accommodation that’s perfect for large groups.
Now all you need to do is plan how much (or how little) action you want from your holiday. Get hold of a board and shred Killalea’s National Surfing Reserve. Enjoy a bush tucker dinner or take the bait and see why the fishing here has a first-rate reputation.
Do a little, or a lot. Either way, you’ll be glad you went camping at Killalea; a special place to experience the many charms of nature and to reconnect with the people that matter most.
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of parks head here.
Check in for both powered and unpowered sites at the park is from 11am, whilst cabins allow check in from 2pm onwards.
If you plan to arrive after office hours please let us know so that we can have all relevant documents waiting for your arrival.
Checkout from both Sites and Cabins is 10am.
Preparing for a holiday can be a massive journey in itself, at Reflections Holiday Parks our aim is to ensure guests are as well equipped as possible before hitting the open road.
If you’re planning a stay in one of our cabins or beach tents we have many of the essentials covered, with linen, towels and kitchenware all provided. All you’ll need is some delicious treats, some comfy clothes, good company and a thirst for adventure.
For guests camping in your tent or setting up shop in your caravan contact the park before you arrive to check what facilities are available in the Camp Kitchen. We also recommend packing a torch and spare batteries, your trusty First Aid Kit, plenty of Insect Repellant, Sun Screen and Hats to keep you sun safe and rubbish bags to keep the park tidy for the next guests on your site.
Oh, and don’t forget the tent pegs too!!
Unfortunately dogs are not permitted at Killalea Reserve however we welcome your four-legged family members to stay at 24 of our parks across NSW.
For the full list of parks please click here.
Base booking prices for all accommodation types are listed for two people.
Where there are more than two people staying a fee increase will apply. Please contact us prior to booking for more information.
As an Aboriginal man from the NSW South Coast, Nathan Cattel finds caring for country an extra satisfying part of his role in managing Reflections Killalea Reserve.
“I love the Aboriginal cultural heritage in this area, the connection to land. Every day I get to care for my country so that’s pretty special,” Nathan said.
Nathan is no stranger to looking after treasured natural assets and has been lucky enough to call Killalea Reserve his office since 2012.
“Every day is different, but I love every day here. There’s nothing like walking around the Park to the places you can’t get to by car – down to the spit, around the lagoons – and then going for a swim in the Minnamurra River,” he said.
The area is also famous for its surfing, with The Farm and Mystics beaches declared part of the Killalea National Surfing Reserve in 2009.
“The Farm in particular faces south, so when we get a north-east wind it’s offshore. Other beaches get blown out, but not this one. It’s consistently good.”
Killalea Reserve is the spectacular setting for many fun activities for the Shellharbour community, including the weekly park run, the monthly markets and events such as Sculptures at Killalea. And Nathan wouldn’t have it any other way.
“There’s nothing like enjoying good local produce, listening to some good local music, then sitting down with a handcrafted brew and watching the waves,” says Nathan.
For all of life’s little necessities, Shellharbour is just a short drive away and Nathan is a firm fan of the area’s growing food scene.
But for many campers, tearing themselves away from the gorgeous surrounds of Killalea Reserve is just not an option. See why for yourself when you book your NSW south coast camping holiday at Reflections Killalea Reserve.