Following the shutdown of fuel services in May last year, we are working with Penrith-based firm, Petrolink Engineering to install improved, unmanned facilities to be available for guests and visitors 24/7.
Currently we are working towards completion of new fuel facilities by late January 2019 – for the latest update head here.
With the current drought effecting waterways across inland NSW, we recognise the need to consider whether to pack for water or land based activities when planning your next trip. For updates on dam levels at Wyangala Waters, please head here.
At Reflections Holiday Parks Wyangala Waters, you can do as little, or as much, as you like.
Escape the pressures of the daily grind and retreat to Wyangala Waters, an idyllic holiday park on the shores of Wyangala Dam that’s guaranteed to calm you down yet also lift you up.
It’s about the simple things here. Good company. Beautiful surrounds and peaceful water views. Enjoying the things that make you smile. The tranquillity of Reflections Holiday Parks Wyangala Waters makes it the perfect spot to unwind, however that takes your fancy.
Take the boat out for some water-skiing fun. Make the most of the excellent fishing. Let the kids go wild in the bush; building forts and having adventures. Enjoy bushwalking, spotting kangaroos and birds, then finish the day around the campfire, toasting marshmallows under a big starry sky.
This park is huge, so if getting away from everything and everyone is on your wish list, you’re in the right place. Simply pick your perfect spot and make yourself at home in your RV, caravan or tent. Powered sites are available and there’s a range of cabins, cottages and bungalows too.
Reflections Holiday Parks Wyangala Waters is dog-friendly for camping and caravan sites, so you can enjoy the bush experience with your furry friends. There’s a great range of facilities and activities to ensure you have a fun and safe holiday.
An easy drive from Cowra, Bathurst, Blayney and the wider Central Tablelands of NSW, Reflections Holiday Parks Wyangala Waters is the ideal place to get away from it all.
*Leashed Dogs are permitted on Sites year round – please call the park directly to book.
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!!
Dogs are permitted at our park during Off Peak and Shoulder Seasons on sites only.
We welcome your four-legged family members to stay at 24 of our parks across NSW.
For the full list of parks please click <a href=”http://reflectionsholidayparks.com.au/dog-friendly-park-info/”>here</a>.
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.
Minimum night stays differ dependent on the time of year as per below. Feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.
A deposit is required to secure each reservation. For all phone bookings, a deposit equal to the first night’s accommodation/site tariff must be paid at the time of making the reservation. Reservations will not be guaranteed without a deposit. We accept Visa and MasterCard for online and phone bookings. Please note if deposit if not paid by required date, your reservation will be cancelled.
For all online bookings payment must be made in full at time of booking and if bookings are cancelled, modified, or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.
Peak (High) Season
Low & Shoulder (Mid) Seasons
Group bookings are highly encouraged at our park, though please note that deposit amounts will vary depending on the total of your booking cost. Group deposits will fall into one of three categories: −
Final Payments and final numbers MUST be received no later than 30 days prior to arrival. Final payment includes all monies owing for accommodation or additional group and function charges.
All cancellations and/or refund requests must be provided in writing.
Cancellations providing more than 4 weeks’ notice to the arrival date will forfeit the initial deposit paid. Cancellations providing less than 4 weeks’ notice to the arrival date will forfeit all monies paid.
In the instance of a part-cancellation, the manager of the park reserves the right to adjust any tariff that had been previously agreed upon based on the renewed number of bookings or total guest’s numbers.
Cancellation fees may also be held against accommodation that is no longer required depending on the length of notice given to the property.
Yes. Once your booking has been processed by the park you will be sent a booking confirmation via email.
Please keep this email as proof of booking
If you wish to change any details of your booking, please contact our parks directly. We will do our best to assist you, but cannot guarantee that changes can be made. Please note that bookings in certain time periods, or for certain room types cannot be changed; however, in some instances, changes may be permitted but a charge could be imposed.
Peak (High) Season Bookings
Cancellations where at least 28 days written notice has been provide are refundable less a $30 administration fee or a credit for the full amount to be used towards a future booking (to be used within a 12-month period). Cancellations giving less than 28 days’ notice will forfeit all monies paid.
Shoulder (Mid) Season Bookings
Cancellations where at least 14 days written notice has been provided are refundable less a $30 administration fee or a credit for the full amount to be used towards a future booking (to be used within a 12-month period). Cancellations giving less than 14 days’ notice will forfeit all monies paid.
For guests wishing to rebook for the following year in either the December/January, Easter and September/October School Holiday periods, the following rebooking procedure applies:
Due to high occupancy during these periods, we do encourage you to rebook with us prior to departure to avoid disappointment.
The landscape, the wildlife and diverse range of activities including camping, 4 wheel driving and fishing was what attracted Andrew Newson to Reflections Holiday Parks Wyangala Waters and Grabine Lakeside in 2018.
“The wine regions and farmer’s markets were also a bit of a drawcard,” said Andrew. “But it was also the landscape, the views and the remoteness of the park, even though it’s an easy drive into Cowra.”
With a background in hotel and resort management in Western Australia, Andrew now manages both Wyangala Waters and Grabine Lakseside Reflections Holiday Parks. Andrew spends quite a bit of time on Wyangala Dam as a result, as he travels between his two ‘offices’ by boat.
“It’s just 15 minutes by boat, but an hour and a half by car,” he explains.
Andrew finds his visitors come to enjoy the fauna and flora and natural beauty of the park, the relaxed atmosphere, as well as the dam’s first-rate water sports and fishing.
“Around 100,000 Murray cod and 100,000 Perch fingerlings are released into the dam every year, so it’s very well stocked,” he said.
“Families get the whole camping experience here. They spend the day on the water – water-skiing, fishing or kayaking – then have a campfire in the evening.”
The mining and early settler history of the area, including the abandoned gold mines and historic buildings are of particular interest to Andrew.
“Maybe one day one of our visitors will go home with a lot more than a smile on their face,” he said.