Renowned for its 37 iconic coastal and country destinations across NSW, Reflections Holiday Parks offers families the chance to explore natural surrounds, wide-open spaces and experience the very best in family fun and adventures.
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The perfect long weekend awaits
Press pause and get the family back to nature this long weekend. Choose from 37 pristine locations along the NSW coast and inland countryside. You know there’s nothing like old-fashioned play, and at any Reflections Holiday Parks you’ll enjoy wide-open spaces where the kids (and big kids!) can explore their natural surrounds, with activities galore from canoeing, fishing, bush walks and so much more. Let their little imaginations run wild, in the wild!
Evans Head powered sites from $41 per night
Get the kids off their devices and spend their days riding around the massive Reflections Holiday Parks – Evans Head Holiday Park on scooters or skateboards. Or they burning off energy at the playground.
The beach and river are only metres away for little adventurers to explore and play. Why not try a family kayak or have a go at stand-up paddleboarding?
From Evans Head, you’re perfectly placed to drive up to Byron Bay or into the surrounding Hinterland for a day out and foodie or shopping fix.
Eden powered sites from $37 per night
The perfect time of year to enjoy the cooler weather in the charming town of Eden. Completely switch off and visit the national parks for off-the-grid bushwalking or call into the Killer Whale Museum, popular with adults and kids, to learn about the regions whaling history. There’s plenty of cafes to pop into or take your dog for a run on the leash-free beach.
Lake Burrendong and Mookerawa Waters unpowered sites from $24 per night
Take the family for a real bush camping adventure. An easy drive from Dubbo or Orange, you’ll set up camp in a true bush setting complete with your own campfire for toasting marshmallows.
Don’t forget to pack the bikes as there’s plenty of biking trails throughout the parks. Huddle up together and feel a million miles away as you and the kids star gaze at night.
Coffs Harbour powered sites from $41 per night
Reflections Holiday Parks – Coffs Harbour Holiday Park is located right in town and a short walk from the shops and local swim centre.
With direct water frontage you can paddle the Coffs Creek or if you’re after some dryer activities head out to the Big Banana Fun Park for ice skating, laser tag or mini-golf or take to the trees at the Coffs Harbour Tree Tops Adventure.
Get back to nature when you day trip towards Bellingen and Dorrigo and head into the national parks. Lace-up your hiking boots and check out the Crystal Showers Falls complete with a suspension bridge and walkway behind the falls.
Tuncurry powered sites from $43 per night
This beachside park is the perfect spot for exploring the wider Manning-Great Lakes region. Hire a fishing boat and teach the kids to fish on Wallis Lake or drop a line from the water’s edge. Take the bikes across the bridge to Forster or stay put and just enjoy the beachside retreat, with a playground and beach just metres away.
Bonny Hills powered sites from $45 per night
Just a short drive from Port Macquarie, forget all about the everyday hustle and bustle routine. You’ll stay perched above Rainbow Beach, with magnificent views to enjoy, while you plan your adventure for the day. Start creating special memories, you’re only minutes away from Lake Cathie and Camden Haven to enjoy pristine waterways and some quiet time exploring the great outdoors. Then, when you’re done for the day, grab some fish and chips on the beach at Port Macquarie for dinner.
Hawks Nest powered sites from $43 per night
A true beachside holiday town, Hawks Nest is a short stroll from Bennetts Beach, and the shopping village is just up the road.
Quintessentially an Aussie Beach campground, be sure to hike up Mount Yacaaba or catch the ferry across to Nelson Bay – keeping an eye out for Dolphins as you go. If you plan on staying in the park, the kids can burn some energy biking around or clambering on the playground.
With some of the best locations in New South Wales, keeping the kids entertained is a breeze and reconnecting with one another is a top priority for their award-winning parks and reserves. Whether you are retreating to the spectacular shores of its coastal parks or heading inland to explore amazing fishing spots on dams triple the size of Sydney Harbour, Reflections Holiday Parks are guaranteed to be a hit with the kids – and the adults!
Reflections Holiday Parks provide accommodation options to suit any family. Relax in cottages, tiny houses, cabins and safari ‘glamping’ tents, or get back to nature and have a caravanning or camping adventure, choosing from a rich mix of spacious unpowered and powered sites.
For those families who want to include their furry friends in their holiday, 29 parks are also dog-friendly. If one of the inland parks is in your local area, day visits are also on offer, guaranteeing a fun family day out. Enjoy the facilities and natural surrounds while knowing all the money spent at the parks goes back into the community and surrounding reserves.
The surfing opportunities here are the stuff of legend, while family-friendly patrolled beaches ensure that every member of your party enjoys the warm clear water.
Beautiful rivers and waterways break up the line of golden beaches that stretch beyond the horizon. They are the perfect playgrounds for fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding and strolling the boardwalks. If it’s a classic beach holiday you’re looking for with a large helping of coastal and cultural variety, go no further than the legendary land of the Big Banana.
Mid North Coast
If water is your thing – whether it’s gentle and flat or arriving in sets – immerse yourself in surfing, sailboarding, scuba diving, kite surfing, fishing, kayaking and sailing. And you won’t just find sandy swimming beaches in this area. There’s also monolithic sand dunes you can conquer by quad bike, plus stretches of foreshore to hone your 4WD skills on.
With world-class, mountain biking, national park treks and lively towns to explore, you’ll barely have time left to kick back, relax, and simply soak up your glorious Mid North Coast surroundings.
These waters make a perfect viewing platform for the great whale migrations. Closer to shore, classic surf breaks abound, including those protected by their own National Surfing Reserve status.
Take a relaxed snorkel in an aquatic reserve for a close encounter with abundant fish life. Or head into one of our many national parks, to reconnect with nature on a relaxed bushwalk. While you’re here clamber into the cockpits of historic aircraft at the HARS Aircraft Museum. Which kids of every age love.
Country New South Wales
The great inland lakes created to support these gold mine settlements and now culturally diverse townships are a haven for boaters, fishers and water-skiers alike.
There are caves to explore, historic walking tracks to tackle, BMX bike trails to ride, museums and heritage buildings to discover and a wealth of magnificent wilderness to immerse the whole family in. With wide-open spaces to explore, these spots are a great way for the family to switch off from everyday life and get back to nature.