Located on the Mid-North Coast, Seal Rocks NSW is a hidden gem that's perfect for a relaxing getaway. The village itself is small but charming, with friendly locals, cute cafes, and quaint shops that will make you feel right at home.
But the real star of the show is the beach. The waves are perfect for surfing, swimming, and snorkeling, and the soft sand is perfect for building sandcastles or lounging in the sun.
if you're looking for a place that's equal parts charming, quirky, and downright adorable, then look no further than Seal Rocks. It's a little slice of paradise that's just waiting to be discovered!
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Surfing at Seals Rocks
Catch a wave straight to paradise at the wild and remote beaches around Seal Rocks. Start with Number One Beach, right across the road from Seal Rocks Holiday Park. Perfect for beginner to median surfers, Number One Beach offers a safe easy time to practice your skills before heading up to Boomerang Beach, where rock ledges create great waves for surfing, or down to Lighthouse Beach with powerful waves at each end and some good wind protection.
All Seal rocks beaches are pristine, unspoilt, surfing beaches with crystal-clear waters that glisten in the sun like diamonds. You'll feel like you're surfing in your own private oasis, far away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Day out fishing
There are plenty of spots to cast your line and hook some fish at this coastal gem.
You can throw a line straight from Treachery Beach, Just find a good spot where the water is deep enough and the waves aren't too crazy, and you're good to go. You might even catch a few waves while you wait for the fish to bite!
If you're feeling more adventurous, you can try your luck off the rocks around Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse. The rugged outcroppings are perfect for rock fishing. Just make sure you wear sturdy shoes and be careful - safety first.
A quick trip inland will take you to the beautiful Myall Lakes National Park, it's home to a wide variety of fish species, from Bream and Whiting to Flathead and even Australian Salmon. Whether you're a bait fisherman or a lure enthusiast, you're bound to have some luck in these waters.
Take in the views from the Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse
At the northern end of Myall Lakes national park is the historical Sugarloaf point lighthouse, which is one of only two lighthouse towers in Australia with an external stairway. Located at the top of the rocky headland, the lighthouse overlooks the whole east coast, from the holiday park to the north to down around the coast to Treachery Beach.
Just before you reach the beautiful lighthouse itself, you'll get to experience the Seal Rocks Lighthouse Keepers Cottages. These lighthouse cottages are plucked straight from history, they've been around since way back in 1875. Back in the day, the lighthouse was manned by a team of dedicated lighthouse keepers who lived in these cottages with their families. They were responsible for keeping the lighthouse running 24/7, and they had to be ready to jump into action at a moment's notice if there was an emergency at sea.
Whether you're a pro surfer or a novice on the board, we have some super easy surfing tips for you to keep in mind the next time you’re heading out for a surf!
There are so many amazing 4WD experiences to be had in regional New South Wales. Whether you are looking for beach 4WD locations or off-road, country 4WD - read on to find our top picks of where to go 4WD in the beautiful state of New South Wales.
Located in the beautiful North Rivers region of NSW, the town of Yamba is well known for its world-class surf, beautiful beaches, wildlife and an impressive dining scene.
Forget the Redfin and Yellowbelly, this month is all about the mighty Murray Cod which have been going gangbusters at our Copeton Waters park, with some absolutely brilliant catches being seen measuring up to 1.3m or more. Thats a lotta fish! 🐟 At Copeton you can fish for these giant beauties all year round, (unlike some dams where Cod Season closes on the 31st of August). Got a hankering to get a line in the water? Read on!
You never forget the first time you see one. The enormous shadow shifting below the water. The sense of anticipation. And if you’re lucky, the grand reveal: a breach followed by an enormous splash.
If you’ve decided to spend some time at Reflections Holiday Parks Tuncurry then you’re in for a treat. Smaller and quieter than its twin sister town of Forster, there’s plenty to keep you entertained if you’re keen to stay on the north side of the bridge.
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Moonee Beach Holiday Park
Moonee Beach, NSW
Drift with the tranquil tide at Reflections Holiday Parks Moonee Beach, where the lush green surrounds, neighbouring estuary and fresh ocean breezes seem to magic away the stresses and strife of the daily grind.
Just 10 minutes from Coffs Harbour and a stone’s throw from the fishing and surfing haven of Moonee Beach, this dog-friendly caravan park is a welcoming and serene oasis on the Coffs Coast. Gather some of your nearest and dearest and get back to life’s simple pleasures.
Take the dog for an early morning beach walk. Watch the kids as they paddle in the safe waters of the estuary or hire a kayak for an explore. Get out the fishing rod or challenge your friends to a hit on the tennis court. Then when the sun goes down gather the crew around the campfire, toast a marshmallow or two and prepare to do it all again. Find more fun things to do near Moonee Beach here
Reflections Holiday Parks Moonee Beach boasts plenty of large dog-friendly sites beside the calm waters of Moonee Creek, perfect for your caravan or RV. Set up camp on a powered site, or choose unpowered for more of a bush-camping experience. There are also cabins if you prefer the comforts of home and all visitors appreciate the parks’ facilities and activities.
Reflections Holiday Parks Moonee Beach is also an ideal base for exploring the Coffs Coast. Head to Coffs Harbour for its famous tourist attractions, thriving food and wine scene and unique shopping boutiques, or visit regional gems such as Dorrigo and Bellingen.
Tuncurry Holiday Park
Flat, dog-friendly and with direct access to Nine Mile Beach and the famous Tuncurry Rockpool, Reflections Holiday Parks Tuncurry is an idyllic spot to slow down, chill out and spend time in stunning surrounds.
Whether you’re looking to wet a line in the waterways of Wallis Lake, or simply need some quality beach therapy, Reflections Holiday Parks Tuncurry is a beautiful place to feel the sand between your toes, smell the salt in the air and feel your cares melt away.
Take the dog for a walk on the leash-free Nine Mile Beach. Enjoy breakfast at the Tuncurry Rockpool Café, followed by a swim in its calm blue waters. Jump on a bike and cross the bridge to Forster, or head out onto Wallis Lake and see what’s biting. Clubs, restaurants and supermarkets are all within walking distance so once you’re here it’s easy to stay put. Find more things to do at Tuncurry here.
Tuncurry Beach Holiday Park offers plenty of flat, powered sites, all within easy reach of the park’s facilities and activities, with a dedicated area especially for travellers with pets. Pick either grass or slab and make yourself at home in your tent, caravan or RV. Extra-large sites are also available and there are a range of cabins if you prefer to travel light.
Stay a day, a week or a month. Bring your pup, your partner, or make some pals while you’re here. Explore the broader Great Lakes area, or stay close to home. However you like to holiday, Reflections Holiday Parks Tuncurry is the ideal backdrop for cherished holiday memories.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on selected sites and cabins. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Byron Bay Holiday Park
Byron Bay, NSW
If you’re looking for a Byron Bay holiday that’s light on commotion, but big on convenience and charm, then Reflections Holiday Parks Byron Bay, previously known as Reflections Clarkes Beach, is the place for you.
An easy 10-minute walk from the hustle and bustle of Byron Bay, Reflections Holiday Parks Byron Bay Holiday Park is a calming oasis, a lush and lovely paradise with direct access to one of the most photographed beaches in Australia.
Enjoy peaceful walks along Clarkes Beach. Bring the board for a surfing session or two, or book a lesson with one of the local surf schools. Dine in award-winning restaurants and cafes, browse quirky boutiques, then visit the Cape Byron Lighthouse and watch for the migrating whales. Find more things to do near Byron Bay here
With everything within walking distance, you won’t need to move your car or van. Just pull up your caravan, put up your tent, and make yourself at home in stunning natural surroundings. A variety of cabins are also available and all visitors enjoy the park’s facilities and activities.
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of dog friendly parks head here.
Forster Beach Holiday Park
Occupying the very best address in Forster and within walking distance to everywhere you could possibly need or want to go, Reflections Holiday Parks Forster Beach provides unmatchable convenience, charm and the perfect environment for creating treasured holiday memories.
Whether you’re an avid fisherman wanting to drop a line in Wallis Lake, or are simply looking for a fun beach getaway with the kids, Forster Beach Holiday Park is the ideal spot to take a relaxing break from the everyday. Step away from stress and into something more sublime.
Bring the boat and see what’s biting in the waterways around Wallis Island. Enjoy some laps at the picturesque ocean baths or take the kids for a dip on the patrolled beach. Walk across the bridge to Tuncurry, indulge in a gourmet meal or two, or simply enjoy a blissful afternoon nap. Find more things do to do near Forster.
With so many treasures a stone’s throw away, there’s no better place to explore Forster than at Reflections Holiday Parks. Everything is at your door, so no need to find the car keys. Simply park your RV or caravan, put up your tent, get cosy in a cabin and settle in.
Enjoy your beach side glamping experience in our all-in-one premium cabin accommodation. Our deluxe, modern cabins have all the home comforts and amenities to make your holiday even more enjoyable
If the call of the region is too loud to ignore, you’ll be spoilt for choice for adventures. Forster is the perfect base for enjoying the broader Great Lakes area, from the lush green hinterland to the lovely Green Point, featuring the famous Green Cathedral near Booti Booti National Park. Find more things to do near Forster here
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of dog-friendly parks head here.
Scotts Head Holiday Park
Scotts Head, NSW
Prepare to fall in love at Reflections Holiday Parks Scotts Head. Pretty, pristine and so very peaceful, this dog-friendly holiday haven is the ideal spot to take time out from the mundane and make time for the truly memorable.
Scotts Head is really something else. Perfectly positioned between Sydney and Brisbane and an hour’s drive south of Coffs Harbour, Scotts Head Holiday Park occupies a prime beachfront position in a tiny coastal village at the southern end of the Nambucca Shire. Live it up in this paradise on the Pacific.
Go for a swim or snorkel in the crystal-clear water. Head out with the surfboard, drop a line in the waves, then watch the sunset from the famous whale tail table. Enjoy dinner at the bowling club followed by a tranquil moonlit walk on the sand with your nearest and dearest. Find more things to do at Scotts Head.
When it comes to Scotts Head accommodation, this caravan park has you covered. With plenty of large sites behind the dunes of Main Beach, it’s an ideal place to set up your caravan, RV, or tent. The park also features a range of cabin accommodations and all visitors can access the park’s facilities and activities.
Enjoy your beachside glamping experience in our all-in-one premium cabin accommodation. Our deluxe, modern cabins have all the home comforts and amenities to make your holiday even more enjoyable.
Settle in then set about exploring this stunning coastal playground. Wander across the road and enjoy the village atmosphere of Scotts Head. Stroll past the surf club to the lookout and watch for the whales. Or simply take a load off and do not do much at all.
Coffs Harbour Holiday Park
Coffs Harbour, NSW
With the perfect blend of idyllic surrounds and inner-city convenience, you’ll feel a million miles away at Reflections Holiday Parks Coffs Harbour, yet with a smorgasbord of cosmopolitan delights practically on your doorstep.
You won’t believe you’re in the centre of town. Teeming with all sorts of wildlife, lush shady greenery and direct water-frontage onto Coffs Creek, there’s no better place to explore the region than at the dog-friendly Reflections Holiday Parks Coffs Harbour.
The dog-friendly beach is just a short drive away, or take the more scenic, peaceful route with the Coffs Creek Walk. Hire a kayak and explore the creek’s meandering banks, or drop in a line and see what’s biting for dinner. Find more things to do near Coffs Harbour here
With large flat sites that are easy to access you’ll have no problem bringing in the RV or caravan. The fully equipped camp kitchen is an ideal spot to savour the relaxed and friendly atmosphere and our facilities and activities are perfect for all campers.
For those who prefer to travel light, Reflections Holiday Parks Coffs Harbour offers a range of cabins for every budget. Travelling with your pooch? Ask about our dog-friendly cabins, some of which even have yards just perfect for outside dogs.
Just a short stroll from the Coffs Harbour centre, the park is the ideal base to be entertained by all the area has to offer – from its national parks and pristine beaches to its famous attractions and emerging food scene.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on all sites and selected cabins. Please call the park directly to book.
Urunga Holiday Park
You’ll have an extra spring in your step at Reflections Holiday Parks Urunga. And who can blame you when you’re staying in one of the prettiest places on the Coffs Coast? Take some time away from the everyday and feel rejuvenated and refreshed in this relaxing riverside sanctuary.
Just 30 minutes south of Coffs Harbour on the NSW mid-north coast and 15 minutes from the must-see village of Bellingen, Urunga Holiday Park is in an idyllic location where the river meets the sea; a holiday oasis in a striking natural setting.
Stroll the Urunga Boardwalk and look for dolphins leaping in the river. Catch a wave at the patrolled Hungry Head Beach or enjoy a paddle on the Urunga Lagoon. Wet a line in the estuary, watch the kids zoom around the park in a pedal kart, then refuel at the nearby cafes, clubs and restaurants. Find more things to do at Urunga.
Reflections Holiday Parks Urunga features large, flat sites for your tent or caravan in a peaceful parkland setting, close to the crystal waters of the lagoon. Extra-large, slab, grass powered site options are all available.
Stay in Urunga, or get out and see the Coffs Coast. Reflections Holiday Parks Urunga is a great spot from which to explore some of the region’s famous experiences, from Bellingen to the Big Banana in Coffs Harbour, as well as ‘the most beautiful golf course in Australia’, the Bonville Golf Club.
Red Rock Holiday Park
Red Rock, NSW
Just 30-minutes from Coffs Harbour, yet seemingly a million miles away, Reflections Holiday Parks Red Rock is about the important things in life – time with loved ones, lots of laughs, a loosening of the shoulders and lapping up this pristine coastal paradise.
This welcoming back-to-basics caravan park is the epitome of ‘convenient tranquillity’. It’s just a few kilometres from the highway but you won’t hear a sound. You’ll see stars like never before, kilometres of undeveloped coastline and water as crystal clear as you could imagine.
Find it all in the quaint town of Red Rock; a place that’ll take you back to the holidays of your childhood. Spend your days fishing, strolling, swimming or biking. Bring the surfboard, bring the snorkel, or simply bring a comfy chair and relax. Find more things to do at Red Rock.
It’s the easiest thing in the world to spend time at Red Rock. The large private sites are ideal for campers and caravaners, or make yourself at home in one of our cabins.
The park’s facilities and activities are sure to make your stay a comfortable one and with the Corindi River on one side and the beach on the other, there are plenty of options to get back to nature. Dog-friendly, this park is perfectly located to enjoy the 3km boardwalk at Red Rock, around the river and the salty spray of surf from Red Rock Beach. For an off-leash experience, playful pups can run around at Corindi Beach to the south. When the adventuring is done for the day, both dogs and owners will be thankful for the deluxe dog bath with hot and cold faucets and an in-park takeaway restaurant that sells dog food.
There’s the Red Rock Store opposite the park and a bowling club a short walk away so you may never need to leave Red Rock. But if you’re looking for a base to explore the wider Coffs Coast – its attractions, villages, markets and food and wine – you’ve come to the right place.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on dog-friendly sites and selected cabins. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Mylestom Holiday Park
At Reflections Holiday Parks Mylestom, you might need to make some tough decisions. Should you swim in the river, the beach or the pool? Should you take the kids to play putt-putt golf or should you slip down the slide at the playground?
Yep, this is as tough as it gets.
Relaxing, invigorating and oh-so-beautiful, Reflections Holiday Parks Mylestom is perfectly positioned in this quiet little village, nestled between the ocean and the Bellinger River on the NSW Coffs Coast.
Explore the adjacent Bongil Bongil National Park and marvel at the amazing birdlife. Drop a line in the river or head to the sand for some beach fishing. Take a dip in the river tidal pool, then enjoy a hearty meal at the nearby club. Find more great things to do near Mylestom here.
This dog-friendly park’s flat and spacious sites are perfect for caravaners and campers alike and the facilities and activities will keep you comfy and entertained, whether you stay a day, a week or a month. There are also cabins for every budget, including the ever-popular beach tent for that touch of glamping.
An easy drive from the hustle and bustle of Coffs Harbour, the park is the perfect base to explore all the area has to offer, from its incredible unspoilt beaches and rainforest walks, to its world-famous attractions and jam-packed events calendar.
Stay put, or stay busy. Either way, Reflections Holiday Park Mylestom will deliver the memorable holiday you’ve been waiting for.
Corindi Beach Holiday Park
Corindi Beach, NSW
Dog-friendly, relaxed and gorgeous to boot, the living is easy at Reflections Holiday Parks Corindi Beach. Take things down a notch or two and enjoy a Coffs Coast beach holiday filled with oceans of fun and good times with family and friends.
A 30-minute drive north of Coffs Harbour, Corindi Beach is the perfect destination for your next coastal getaway. Sit back, relax and bask in the easy-going atmosphere and bushland setting of Corindi Beach Holiday Park. You’ll breathe easier, yet have your breath taken away by the natural wonders of this holiday haven.
Perfect blue seas under a big blue sky. Whales waving as they swim past on the humpback highway. Surfing and fishing in crystal clear waters. Kookaburras greeting the day with a laugh, kangaroos grazing on lush green grass and pandanus trees framing spectacular sunsets. Find more things to do near Corindi here
Pull up your RV or caravan and spread out on the large, easy to access sites. Enjoy the water views from your cabin balcony or pitch a tent to really get back to nature.
From the new and impressive camp kitchen to organised fun for kids during the school holidays, there are activities and facilities to keep everyone happy, including travelling companions of the four-legged variety.
Take the opportunity to explore the stunning Coffs Coast. Drive down to Coffs Harbour and explore world-famous attractions, delicious food and wine, shopping and endless natural delights. Or head north to Grafton for the town’s historic buildings, its idyllic location on the Clarence River and its Jacaranda trees – a particular delight during the annual Jacaranda Festival.
Bermagui Holiday Park
Minutes to everything, yet miles from it all!
Offering just the right mix of charm and convenience Reflections Holiday Parks Bermagui is the perfect place to sit back, relax and savour all this pretty town has to offer. From its beautiful beaches and spectacular scenery, to the award-winning restaurants scattered within this cruisy coastal village, Bermagui has all the ingredients to create timeless holiday memories with family and friends.
Explore the pristine waters of Horseshoe Bay. Take a morning dip in Bermagui’s famous Blue Pool. Devour fresh seafood at the Fishermen’s Wharf, or join a fishing tour and see why Bermagui is renowned for its deep sea and game fishing. Find more things to do in and around Bermagui.
And with all of these treasures just a stone’s throw away, as well as the everyday conveniences such as cafes and supermarkets, there’s no better place to explore Bermagui than at Reflections Holiday Parks. Simply park your RV or caravan and set yourself to recharge.
Campers are well-catered for with clean amenities and a well-equipped camp kitchen. A dog friendly park for most of the year, you’ll love sharing the fun with your four-legged friends. There are also a range of cabins for those who prefer the comforts of home.
Bermagui is the perfect base for enjoying all the region has to offer, from natural attractions such as Camel Rock to the National Trust-classified townships of Tilba Tilba and Central Tilba. A hike up Mount Gulaga, the extinct volcano that dominates the skyline, is a bucket list experience for many adventure-seekers.
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 the park.
Mookerawa Waters Holiday Park
Stuart Town, NSW
Spectacular sunsets, brilliant water views and a peace and quiet beyond compare, Reflections Holiday Parks Mookerawa Waters is the ultimate antidote for the stresses of everyday life.
Overlooking the Macquarie River on the south-western shores of Lake Burrendong, Mookerawa Waters is a secluded haven for relaxing and enjoying the natural beauty of the NSW Central West.
An easy drive from Dubbo, Orange or Bathurst, this lovely neck-of-the-woods in Lake Burrendong State Park is perfect for sharing timeless holiday experiences with your nearest and dearest.
Whether it’s dropping a line in the lake, wandering the wildflowers or chatting around the campfire under a star-filled sky, you’ll love spending time together in beautiful bush surrounds. Find more things to do near Mookerawa Waters here
Simply park your RV or caravan or pitch a tent and get set to recharge. You can also choose from one of our cabins and enjoy the gorgeous water views from your balcony.
With all the necessary conveniences, Reflections Holiday Parks Mookerawa Waters is dog-friendly for camping and caravan sites, so no need to leave your four-legged friend at home.
Whether you bring your pup, your partner or your pals, the serenity of Mookerawa Waters will leave you feeling refreshed and restored, ready for whatever the world throws at you.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on selected sites. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Nambucca Heads Holiday Park
Nambucca Heads, NSW
With lush green surrounds, spectacular ocean views and a serenity that’s second to none, it’s time to escape the bedlam at Reflections Holiday Parks Nambucca Heads – just minutes from the conveniences of town.
Perfectly positioned between Brisbane and Sydney and an easy 40-minute drive south of Coffs Harbour, Nambucca Heads Holiday Park is perched atop the spectacular headland with incredible views at every turn. The perfect setting for the myriad of experiences that await its lucky visitors.
Watch for whales from the park lookout. Head down to the main beach for a morning surf, or to tire the dog out with an invigorating walk. Exploring the surrounding bushland and creeks, go kayaking and canoeing on the river, or dine out at the clubs and restaurants in town. Find more things to do in Nambucca Heads.
This dog-friendly park is the ideal setting for an unforgettable caravan or camping holiday in Nambucca Heads, with a range of facilities and activities to make your stay a pleasant one. There are also cabins – including pet-friendly options – for those who prefer all the creature comforts.
An easy drive from Coffs Harbour, Reflections Holiday Parks Nambucca Heads is the perfect base to explore some of the region’s famed experiences, from the historic towns of Bellingen and Dorrigo to the spectacular scenic drive the Waterfall Way.
Lake Keepit Holiday Park
Be nurtured by nature at Reflections Holiday Parks Lake Keepit, a year-round haven from the everyday and the ideal setting for cherished holiday memories with the people who matter most.
An easy drive from Gunnedah and Tamworth, Lake Keepit is the epitome of the natural beauty of the NSW New England region. And when it comes to things to do in this large and lovely park you’ll be spoilt for choice.
The kids will love the water park and the skate park and BMX track are a hit with both the young and the young at heart. Get active with some tennis or volleyball or just settle back and enjoy the serenity of these picture-perfect surrounds. Find more fun things to do near Lake Keepit here
And when the day is done, rest easy in your cabin, RV, caravan or tent and prepare to do it all again. Set up near the park facilities or get away from it all for a true-blue, dog-friendly bush camping experience. You can also choose one of our cabins for all the comforts of home.
Sometimes you just need to get away from it all. Schedule some time to reconnect, recharge and refresh by booking your next country camping getaway at Lake Keepit Holiday Park.
North Haven Holiday Parks
North Haven, NSW
Dog-friendly, peaceful and with plenty of space, Reflections Holiday Parks North Haven is a nature-lover’s utopia on the mid-north coast of NSW – a heavenly location for creating treasured holiday memories with your nearest and dearest.
Tucked between Laurieton and Camden Head and an easy drive from Port Macquarie, Reflections Holiday Parks North Haven is on 12 acres of shady bushland between the Camden Haven Inlet and Grants Beach – an ideal position to make the most of the natural offerings of the region.
Fish the river or the beach. Explore the adjacent Dooragan National Park and trek up North Brother Mountain. Go for a surf or a swim, explore the waterways by kayak, or bring the bike for some pedal-powered sightseeing. There’s plenty of options in this serene coastal playground. Find more things to do at or around North Haven here.
You’ll love North Haven’s dog-friendly and spacious sites, perfect for your caravan or camping adventure. The enormous camp kitchen is a highlight for groups both large and small – just one of this leafy park’s facilities and activities to make your stay complete. There are also well-appointed cabins if a solid roof over your head is a holiday must-have.
North Haven is also an ideal base for exploring Greater Port Macquarie. Visit some of the area’s attractions and national parks, sample delicious food and wine, indulge in some shopping or get active with some outdoor adventure.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on sites and selected cabins. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Wyangala Waters Holiday Park
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 surroundings 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, in whatever way 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. Find more things to do at Wyangala Waters here
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.
Lennox Head Holiday Park
Lennox Head, NSW
If you’re looking for a spot to truly relax – a beautiful and laidback place to slow down, be nurtured and embrace the simple things – it’s hard to go past Reflections Holiday Parks Lennox Head.
From strolling the sands of the famous Seven Mile Beach, to paddling the tea-tree scented waters of Lake Ainsworth, it’s easy to nourish the mind, body and soul in this peaceful patch of paradise.
A 20-minute drive from Ballina, 30 minutes from Byron Bay, and two hours from Brisbane, Lennox Head Holiday Park – an easy stroll from the cafes and conveniences of Lennox Head – is the ideal setting for a restorative retreat on the NSW North Coast.
Famous for its surfing, join the crew who descend upon Lennox Head to take on the challenging right-hand point break. Teach the kids to fish, hike up to the headland, go horse riding on the beach, or indulge in the high-quality food at Lennox Head’s excellent restaurants and cafes. Find more things to do in Lennox Head here
Stay a day or a stay a month. Pick a spot that’s right for you, then pull up the caravan or put up the tent in this stunning coastal setting. Get comfy in one of our cabins, then check out the park’s activities and facilities.
Now all that’s left to do is chill out, settle in and make some precious holiday memories. Whether it’s whale watching from the Pat Morton Lookout or exploring the nearby towns and hinterland, you’re bound to leave Lennox Head feeling refreshed, restored and as good as new.
Lake Glenbawn Holiday Park
Enduring holiday memories abound at Reflections Holiday Parks Lake Glenbawn, where the stunning scenery and lure of Glenbawn Dam combine to create a simple, yet standout spot just perfect for your next holiday escape.
Only 15 minutes out of Scone, in the picturesque Upper Hunter country, the spacious Lake Glenbawn Holiday Park is an oasis of green rolling hills, pristine water, plenty of wildlife and a well-deserved reputation for some of the best freshwater fishing in NSW.
Try your luck at catching a bass or two. Get out on the lake for some water-skiing or jet-skiing action. Enjoy hiking the mountainous terrain, keep an eye out for the birds and animals as you go, or simply relax and admire the water views from your spot on the hillside. Find more fun things to do near Lake Glenbawn here
Take your pick from one of the park’s cosy cabins, some with million-dollar views over Lake Glenbawn. Or BYO caravan, RV or tent and enjoy the fun of a true-blue camping experience. Make yourself at home near the park’s facilities or take advantage of the parks’ spaciousness and find yourself a private piece of paradise.
Dog-friendly on both powered and unpowered sites, the whole family can live it up at Lake Glenbawn. Spend the day on the dam, explore the captivating landscape (including one of the largest rock-fill embankment walls in Australia) or take advantage of the park’s location and explore the delights of nearby Scone.
And when the day is done, there’s nothing like an evening campfire to remind you the simple things in life are often the best.
Lake Burrendong Holiday Park
Sometimes you just have to get away from it all. To spend time by the water with plenty of wildlife and plenty of sky. Sound good? A visit to Reflections Holiday Parks Lake Burrendong in Central West NSW, might be just what you need.
Surrounded by beautiful bushland with a large and lovely lake as its sparkling centrepiece, this haven in Lake Burrendong State Park is an easy drive from Dubbo, Wellington and Orange and perfect for your next holiday escape.
Take the kayaks out for a paddle. Drop a line and see what’s biting. Stroll across Burrendong Dam to enjoy the stunning lake and basin views. Whatever floats your boat, Lake Burrendong Holiday Park has you covered.
Speaking of boats, bring one of those if you can. Plus if you happen to stay over the Christmas/New Year week, let the kids go wild on the park waterslide! Explore more things to do at Lake Burrendong.
With extra-large and dog-friendly sites just perfect for RVs or caravans you’ll feel relaxed in no time at all. Campers are well catered for with a range of fantastic facilities and activities or hire one of our cabins for all the comforts of home.
Whether you’re into splashing, sliding, strolling or simply just kicking back with good friends, plan your next country getaway at Reflections Holiday Parks Lake Burrendong.
Grabine Lakeside Holiday Park
Peaceful, picturesque and with sunsets to leave you breathless, Reflections Holiday Parks Grabine Lakeside is ideal for enjoying all the adventures Wyangala Dam has to offer.
Whether you’re into heart-pumping excitement or simply sitting and savouring the water views, the luxury of being right next to this impressive dam is a recipe for timeless holiday memories.
A scenic drive from Crookwell, Boorowa and the wider Upper Lachlan Shire, a pilgrimage to Grabine Lakeside is the ultimate antidote for the stresses of the everyday.
Bring your boat; it’s easy to get out on the water. Bring your rod; the fishing here is awesome. And bring your kids too; they’ll remember this adventure always. Explore more things to do near Grabine Lakeside.
This large park offers bush camping right alongside the dam, so stake out your favourite spot and set up camp in your RV, caravan or tent. Powered sites are also available and there’s a range of cabins too. The park is also dog-friendly for camping and caravan sites, so you can enjoy the great outdoors with your four-legged friends and the facilities and activities will meet your every need.
With its laid-back atmosphere, green rolling hills and scatterings of native wildlife cavorting on the shores of Wyangala Dam, it’s easy to see why Reflections Holiday Parks Grabine Lakeside is such a popular spot for a relaxing getaway.
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. There’s plenty 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.
For a limited time, Reflections Canoe Hire By Valley Outdoors is offering a unique Lake Burrinjuck experience for the whole family when you hire a canoe and get out an explore.
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.
Hawks Nest Holiday Park
Hawks Nest, NSW
Quiet, simple and naturally beautiful, a stay at Reflections Holiday Parks Hawks Nest will take you back to the holidays of your childhood, when the days were long and the stresses were few.
Nestled between Bennett’s Beach and the village of Hawks Nest this caravan park is miles away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Port Stephens and Nelson Bay – the ideal spot for a relaxed and authentic Aussie beach holiday.
Feel the sand between your toes on one of Australia’s top 20 beaches and keep an eye out for the playful local dolphins. Hike up Mount Yacaaba and enjoy the scenic views along the coast. Replenish with a bite at one of the fantastic local restaurants, or enjoy a round or two at our neighbouring championship-rated 18-hole golf course. Find more things to do near Hawks Nest.
With larger-than-average flat sites, it’s a breeze to bring in the RV or caravan and campers are well catered for with our range of activities and facilities. There are also a range of cabins for every budget, ideal for those who prefer to pack light.
Settle in then set about exploring the pristine beauty of the area. Whether its watching the dolphins alongside the ferry to Nelson Bay, enjoying fish and chips by the river in nearby Tea Gardens, or checking out the surf at Winda Woppa, there are countless holiday memories to be made at Reflections Holiday Parks Hawks Nest.
Ballina Holiday Park
If convenience is high on your list of holiday essentials, along with a welcoming and relaxed vibe in stunning surroundings, look no further than Reflections Holiday Parks Ballina.
Across the road from Richmond River and just a short stroll into town with its clubs, restaurants and boutique shopping, the small and friendly Ballina Holiday Park is the ideal place to settle back, relax, and bask in the things that make you feel good.
Taking the boat out for some fishing. Walking along the break wall to the sands of Lighthouse Beach. Pedalling along Ballina’s 25kms of cycle paths. Window shopping along River Street, then enjoy a hearty picnic lunch by the river at Fawcett Park.
With so many activities at your fingertips, there’s no better place to enjoy Ballina than with Reflections Holiday Parks. It’s the best real estate in town. From our self-contained cabins to our powered sites for caravans and campers, there are plenty of options to choose from and our facilities and activities will make your trip complete.
As will the town of Ballina; blessed with gorgeous beaches, great surf and delicious locally caught seafood. Learn about the area’s intriguing maritime history at the Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum. Slide down the waterslide at the neighbouring Ballina Pool. Or enjoy visiting the nearby towns of Lennox Head, Lismore and Byron Bay.
Whatever floats your boat, you’ll find your bliss in Ballina. Find more things to do in Ballina here
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on all sites and cabins. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Eden Holiday Park
If you’re looking for large sites in a picture-perfect waterfront location – a place to recharge the mind and rediscover the soul – look no further than Reflections Holiday Parks Eden.
Idyllically positioned on the shores of Lake Curalo, with the warm blue waters of Aslings Beach on your back doorstep, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better spot to relax, connect with friends and family, and create memories you’ll treasure for years to come.
Drop a line in the lake. Go kayaking. And as a dog-friendly park for most of the year, you’ll love playing with your pooch on the leash-free beach. Find more things to do near Eden.
With larger-than-average flat campsites that are nice and easy to access, you’ll have no problem bringing in the RV or caravan. The fully equipped camp kitchens are ideal spots to savour the stunning lake views, and the clean and modern amenities are a welcome feature for campers.
For those who prefer to travel light, Reflections Holiday Parks Eden offers a range of cabins for every budget. Why stay in a hotel when you can have your own lakeside accommodation, complete with ocean wave soundtrack?
A short drive from the Eden town centre, the park is the perfect base to be entertained by all the area has to offer, from its national parks and pristine beaches, to its fascinating history and foodie delights. Visit between September and November and you’ll find yourself in one of Australia’s best whale-watching hotspots.
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.
Pambula Holiday Park
Remember the holidays of your childhood? They were light on the bells and whistles, but big on the important things. Time spent in nature enjoying each other’s company. For visitors to Reflections Holiday Parks Pambula these holidays are there just waiting to be had.
Conveniently located within an easy stroll of the cafes, art galleries, boutiques and restaurants of Pambula Village, Reflections Holiday Parks Pambula is the ideal place to relax and recharge after delighting in the treasures the town and surrounding region has to offer.
Explore the stunning coastal wilderness of the Pambula River Mouth. Go birdwatching at Panboola Wetlands. Feast on the freshest of fresh oysters at Pambula Lake, or jump on the bike and visit beautiful Pambula Beach. Discover the attractions of nearby Merimbula and Eden, or stay closer to home and enjoy a hit on the adjacent tennis court. Find more things to do at Pambula.
Quiet, affordable and so very relaxing, a visit to Reflections Holiday Parks Pambula is all about quality time with loved ones. Simply park your RV or caravan, or pitch a tent on one of our large and shady sites (powered or unpowered) and let the laid-back ambiance wash over you.
With all the necessary conveniences, Reflections Holiday Parks Pambula is also dog-friendly all year round, so your pooch doesn’t have to miss out on the fun.
Hungry Head Holiday Park
Urunga , NSW
Gather the crew for a date with nature at Reflections Holiday Parks Hungry Head. Nestled in a pocket of Australian rainforest just a short stroll from the beach, this sanctuary of 10 rustic cabins is a place where the simple becomes the significant – those special holiday memories you’ll never forget.
Putting away the screens and watching the sunset instead. Letting the kids be kids. Living amongst spectacular flora and fauna. Spending quality time with loved ones and letting the peace and quiet work its magic as an antidote to our hectic everyday lives.
An easy 30 minutes south of Coffs Harbour on the NSW mid-north coast and just down the road from the village of Urunga, the Hungry Head cabins are in a prime location for all things surf, sea and sand, together with the natural wonders of its rare littoral rainforest surrounds.
Splash amidst the waves at the beautiful Hungry Head Beach, patrolled during school holidays, or paddle the still waters of the Urunga Lagoon. Bring the walking shoes for a hike in the bush, keeping an eye out for the native birds and wildlife as you go, then watch the sunset from the Hungry Head headland. Surfing, fishing, whale-watching, and more; it’s all here for the taking. Find more things to do near Hungry Head here.
And when the day is done, fall asleep to the sound of the waves in the fully-equipped Hungry Head cabins.
Make the most of the facilities and activities and enjoy the park’s prime position to explore Urunga, Bellingen and the wider Coffs Coast.
Hungry for a holiday? Reflections Holiday Parks Hungry Head is certainly food for thought.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round in selected dog-friendly cabins. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Jimmys Beach Holiday Park
Hawks Nest, NSW
Nestled in the Great Lakes district of NSW, Reflections Holiday Parks Jimmys Beach in Hawks Nest is a magical part of the world. A place where your day-to-day cares melt away and your focus shifts to what’s important: treasured experiences with your nearest and dearest in beautiful surrounds.
Splendid white beaches. Calm blue waters complete with leaping dolphins. Exceptional natural beauty everywhere you turn. A stay at Reflections Holiday Parks Jimmys Beach is almost guaranteed to lower the blood pressure and raise the happiness levels.
Take a dip in the crystal blue waters of Jimmys Beach. Hike up Mount Yacaaba and take in the views to Nelson Bay and Port Stephens. Toast marshmallows over the communal campfire and say hello to the local goannas, kookaburras, and possums. Plus check out the Worimi Art Trail - our interactive art trail. Find more things to do in and around Jimmys Beach here
With large shady sites in a natural bushland setting you’ll be glad you pulled up your RV or caravan. Campers appreciate the range of activities and facilities and you can even bring your dog at certain times of year.
Whether you want to just relax by the water or are after something a bit more adventurous, you’ll be well catered for at Reflections Holiday Parks Jimmys Beach. Just a short stroll from Hawks Nest and a short drive from Tea Gardens, but miles away from the everyday.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on selected tiny homes and all sites. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Shaws Bay Holiday Park
East Ballina, NSW
If you’re looking for a dog-friendly caravan park in an incredible waterside location and with a welcoming community feel, you’ll love Reflections Holiday Parks Shaws Bay in East Ballina or our neighbouring Ballina park.
Just two hours south of Brisbane, Shaws Bay Holiday Park is perfectly positioned on the tranquil banks of Shaws Bay, with lovely views over the Richmond River and close to renowned surf beaches. What better spot to bask in nature’s wonder?
Enjoy a dip in the calm waters of Shaws Bay. Drop a line and see what’s biting in the river. Walk your pooch along the breakwall or on the nearby dog-friendly beaches, or get pedalling and explore Ballina’s 25kms of cycle paths. Surfing, hiking, boating and paddling; it’s all here to enjoy.
This dog-friendly park is the ideal setting for a waterfront caravan or camping holiday in Ballina, with a range of facilities and activities to make your stay unforgettable. There are also cabins – including some dog-friendly options – for those who crave the comforts of home.Settle in, then set about exploring this this bustling holiday town. Enjoy a pub-meal at the iconic Shaws Bay Hotel. Cross the Missingham Bridge and head to the dog-friendly Spit, a popular off-leash beach, then browse the restaurants, clubs and shops of River Street. Find more things to do at Shaws Bay.
Ballina is also well-placed for sightseeing the broader region, from world-famous Byron Bay to the quintessential seaside villages of Lennox Head and Brunswick Heads.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round on all sites and selected cabins and tiny homes. 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
Evans Head Holiday Park
Evans Head, NSW
When it comes to heavenly holidays it’s hard to go past Reflections Holiday Parks Evans Head. Big, beautiful and perfect for groups, this is an ideal spot to gather the gang, enjoy the stunning surrounds and spend quality time doing things that make your soul sing.
Just two hours from Brisbane and 10 minutes off the Pacific Highway, this lovely park is close to everything, yet a million miles from the daily grind. And when it comes to heavenly pursuits, Evans Head has plenty to choose from.
Kayaking and paddling in the crystal-clear waters of Evans River. Fishing the surf or the sandy river flats. Taking the surfboard out for a spin or walking the dogs on Airforce Beach. Exploring some of the nearby national parks or just kicking back with a drink at the adjacent clubs or hotels.
The dog-friendly Evans Head Holiday Park is one of the largest parks in NSW. From our self-contained cabins to the sites for caravans and campers, there’s plenty of room for clubs and groups, and our facilities and activities will make your trip complete.
There is so much to see and do in Evans Head; learn about the town’s intriguing aviation history at the Memorial Aerodrome Museum, take a dip at the new Aquatic Centre, or enjoy visiting the nearby towns of Byron Bay or Ballina.
A holiday that’s Evans-sent; that’s what you’ll find at Reflections Holiday Parks Evans Head.
Wee Jasper, NSW
Reflections Holiday Parks Wee Jasper (previously Wee Jasper Reserves) is the perfect spot to get a little closer to nature with pristine unpowered campsites, to reconnect with each other and with nature. A camping, caravanning and RV paradise, Reflections Wee Jasper has four beautiful primitive camping reserves and many spectacular places to stop and unwind.
Being the perfect spot for bushwalking or a wander along the Hume and Hovell Walking Track, bird species abound, let the feeling of peace and tranquility settle your soul. Think star-gazing evenings with marshmallows roasting over the firepit, or breakfast in pristine nature settings and Wee Jasper is the perfect place to immerse yourself in nature. Find things to do near Wee Jasper.
Wee Jasper is also the perfect spot for larger groups, school tours, club meetups and much more. Contact us here for group bookings.
*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 the park.
Seal Rocks Caravan & Holiday Park
Seal Rocks, NSW
Make a date with nature at Reflections Holiday Parks Seal Rocks, a pristine pocket of paradise nestled between flourishing green forest and the aptly-named Number One beach. Take it easy and let the chilled vibes of this isolated and authentic village relax your mind and feed your soul.
A 45-minute drive from Forster and just 25-minutes from Blueys and Boomerang Beach, Seal Rocks Holiday Park is a friendly and tranquil sanctuary on the mid-north coast of NSW; an ideal spot to reconnect with your family and friends and create memories that’ll last a lifetime.
Bring the board and enjoy a pre-breakfast surf. See what’s biting with a spot of beach fishing. Lace up the hiking shoes and set course for Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, or jump in the saddle and discover the mountain bike tracks in the area. Seal Rocks is also known as one of NSW’s most iconic diving locations, so get busy with some underwater exploring. Find more things to do Near Seal Rocks here
Reflections Holiday Parks Seal Rocks offers plenty of large, flat, powered and grassy sites, perfect for your tent, caravan and even the biggest of rigs. There are also a range of cabins, many with spectacular ocean views, and all the facilities and activities to make your stay a satisfying and stimulating one.
Whether you want to ‘flop and drop’, or are craving a touch of excitement, you’ll be well looked after at Reflections Holiday Parks Seal Rocks. It’s also a great base to explore the Great Lakes region, including Forster, Hawks Nest and the lush landscapes of the Great Lakes Hinterland.
We do not allow fires on campsites!
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of dog friendly parks head here.
Yamba Lighthouse Cottages
Perfectly located for water views, these Clarence Valley, heritage-listed cottages make the ideal unique holiday accommodation in Yamba.
With the iconic Yamba Lighthouse, Yamba Beach only a few metres away and located right at the mouth of the Clarence River, Yamba Lighthouse Cottages, on the North Coast of NSW are the perfect coastal accommodation breakaway. Explore the nature reserves, walking trails, beaches, and marine parks (a great spot to see dolphins, sea turtles, and migrating whales) by foot, boat or simply from the deck of your cottage. Explore more things to do in Yamba here
The two Yamba Lighthouse Cottages offer a unique holiday stay experience. One cottage sleeps 10 guests across 4 bedrooms, while the other sleeps up to 9 guests spread across 3 bedrooms. With spacious living areas, dining, and well-equipped kitchens, plus a verandah to relax on, these classic beach-side cottages are the perfect spot to unwind on friend and family holidays.
*We are proud to say we are dog-friendly! Dogs are currently welcome all year round. Up to 2 dogs can be booked online, by phone, or in park.
Terrace Reserve Holiday Park
Brunswick Heads, NSW
Stunning, peaceful and conveniently located in the heart of Brunswick Heads, Reflections Holiday Parks Terrace Reserve is the ultimate seaside sanctuary, perfect for escaping the daily routine and taking a well-deserved break.
Less than two hours from Brisbane and an easy 20-minute drive from lively Byron Bay, Terrace Reserve Holiday Park occupies prime position on Simpsons Creek, just a stroll away from the surf beach across the town’s famous footbridge. Take your pick of ways to relax and unwind.
Beach walks and refreshing swims. Surfing and snorkelling. Fishing the Brunswick River, or paddling its pristine waters by kayak. Enjoying a meal at the famous Hotel Brunswick, or browsing the quirky shops and markets of Brunswick Heads. Find more things to do at Terrace Reserve.
When it comes to Brunswick Heads accommodation, this riverfront caravan park has plenty to choose from. Set up your caravan, RV or tent on one of the level, shady spots, or take your pick of cabin accommodation and enjoy the park’s range of activities and facilities.
You won’t need to move your car while you’re here. Everything you need is an easy walk away. Picnic at Torakina Park. Visit the beautifully restored Brunswick Picture House. Dine in the applauded Fleet Restaurant. Or make the most of the year-round calendar of events and festivals in Brunswick Heads and surrounds.
Energetic or easy does it; either way is OK when you take a break at Reflections Holiday Parks Terrace Reserve.
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of dog friendly parks head here.
Bonny Hills Holiday Park
Bonny Hills, NSW
Take time to breathe at the aptly named Reflections Holiday Parks Bonny Hills, where the breathtaking views and laidback atmosphere combine to create a holiday spot just perfect for kicking back and relishing the stunning natural surrounds.
Conveniently located between Port Macquarie and the waterways of Camden Haven, Bonny Hills Holiday Park is perched atop a headland with incredible views over Rainbow Beach. You’re sure to find the pot of gold at the end of this rainbow; a gold mine of good times.
Dazzling white sands against a deep blue ocean. Migrating whales tail-slapping and breaching as they swim past. Fantastic surfing, first-rate fishing and so many ways to explore this peaceful and pretty spot on the mid-north coast of NSW. Find more things to do near Bonny Hills here
You’ll love the dog-friendly and spacious site options for your caravan or camping holiday. Make yourself at home in one of our cabins, some with breathtaking views, or stay in a beach tent for the ultimate comfy camping experience. The park’s facilities and activities are sure to impress, and it’s also an excellent venue for all manner of events and functions.
Bonny Hills is an ideal base for exploring the treasures of Greater Port Macquarie, from its lush rainforests and thriving foodie scene, to its jam-packed events calendar and adventure activities.
It’s also an ideal base for not doing much at all; to sit back, relax, and take in a simply bonny part of the world.
Ferry Reserve Holiday Park
Brunswick Heads, NSW
Slow down and meander like the Brunswick River at Reflections Holiday Parks Ferry Reserve; a waterside oasis that’s perfect for enjoying the sweet, simple pleasures of nature.
Paddling and splashing the river depths. Fishing from its banks as white-bellied sea eagles soar overhead. Strolling along nearby beaches and trails, picnicking under shady trees, then basking in the sunset splendour over Mount Chincogan.
Nestled on the edge of Brunswick Heads, Ferry Reserve Holiday Park features direct river access and a boat ramp, making it easy for boaters, paddlers and fisherfolk to explore the river’s riches. Find more things to do near Ferry Reserve.
The dog-friendly, flat and spacious sites are ideal for your caravan or camping holiday in Brunswick Heads. There are also cabins with sparkling water views, and the parks’ facilities and activities will make your trip complete.
The park is minutes from the centre of Brunswick Heads, a charming village that boasts a luxuriously laid-back atmosphere. Enjoy a meal at the Hotel Brunswick. Visit the beautifully restored Brunswick Picture House. Or make the most of the town’s various local events and festivals.
Reflections Holiday Park Ferry Reserve is also an ideal base for exploring the wider North Coast. Visit Byron Bay and indulge in some boutique shopping. Devour delicious fresh seafood in Ballina and explore the waterfalls, rainforests and national parks of nearby hinterland towns.
Massy Greene Holiday Park
Brunswick Heads, NSW
If you’re seeking a place where the grass is greener – a riverside retreat where you can’t help but leave behind the daily grind – it’s hard to go past Reflections Holiday Parks Massy Greene.
With the Brunswick River at its doorstep, close to beaches, creeks, parks and reserves, Massy Greene Holiday Park is a hub for happy campers; a place where smiles abound, the laid-back atmosphere is contagious and its natural playground is just waiting to be explored.
Enjoy a paddle on the calm, clear waters of the river. Fish to your heart’s content by boat or by bank; the network of waterways is a fisherman’s dream. Don the snorkel and explore what’s under the surface or head to the surf beach for some wave-catching fun. Find more fun things to do near Massy Greene here
Reflections Holiday Parks Massy Greene features large, flat sites for your caravan or camping holiday in Brunswick Heads, all close to the inviting waters of the Brunswick River. Guests can also stay in one of our cabins, as well as enjoy access to the parks’ facilities and activities.
The park is a three-minute walk from the town centre, with its shops, restaurants, clubs and cafes. Relax in the beer garden at the Hotel Brunswick. Enjoy a game of bowls at the Brunswick Bowling Club. Take in a round or two at the stunning Ocean Shores Golf Club. And for a memorable outing, a visit to the lovingly restored Brunswick Picture House is a must.
Stay in Brunswick Heads, or explore further afield. There are plenty of day trips to choose from. From Byron Bay to Ballina and Tweed Heads to Tintenbar, the North Coast region of NSW is rich with natural beauty, lively attractions, adventures, shopping and incredible food and wine.
*Unfortunately our park is not dog-friendly. For a full list of dog-friendly parks head here.
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