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Banana Coast Caravan Park - Coffs Harbour

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Nestled amongst lush rain forest plants, Banana Coast Caravan Park offers roomy family cabins, which include en suites, televisions, and microwaves for your convenience.

Caravan and tent sites are situated amidst tropical bird filled gardens. A swimming pool, tennis court, playground, games room, barbecue, and convenience store are all located on site.

Coffs Harbour is in Northern NSW, half way between Sydney and Brisbane, making it the perfect stop over point after a long days drive. You'll find them at the northern end of Coffs Harbour, just past the Big Banana.

For more information: www.bananacoastcaravanpark.com.au

Information

Facilities

  • Amenities block
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tennis Court - Full Size
Room Rates
Room Price
Cabins AUD$85 to AUD$210
Price Range. Subject to change and availability.
Banana Coast Caravan Park offers a large selection of accommodation types: deluxe cabins; six berth cabins, five berth cabins, four berth cabins and pet friendly cabins.
Facilities: Iron/Ironing board, Microwave oven, Television, Clock Radio, Lounge/dining area, Private Facilities, Tea/Coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi Internet Access, Air Conditioning, Crockery/Cutlery, Kitchenette.
Powered and Unpowered Sites AUD$27 to AUD$55
Price Range. Subject to change and availability.
The park has a number of both powered and unpowered camping sites both at the front and rear of the park. While there are no en suite sites, each site is able to utilise the spotless amenities block, barbecue area, and television room.
Facilities: Shared bathroom.

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Dorrigo Skywalk with spectacular views, Dorrigo National Park, Coffs Coast. Image: Ian Spagnolo; Destination NSW
Dorrigo National Park by Hamilton Lund; Destination NSW
Glorious Coffs Harbour jetty at sunrise, Coffs Coast. Image: Ian Spagnolo; Destination NSW
The Big Banana on the Coffs Coast, North Coast. Image credit: The Legendary Pacific Coast
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