Embark on an unforgettable family adventure at NSW’s best family holiday and caravan parks, offering fun activities for all ages. Pitch your tent, hook up your caravan, or book a cosy cabin near stunning beaches, tranquil rivers and national parks.
Home to stunning beaches and national parks, the North Coast of NSW offers a wealth of family holiday parks. Big4 Park Beach Holiday Park on the Coffs Coast is a family-friendly haven with jumping pillows and a water park featuring giant seahorses and a sunken pirate ship. Just an hour north in the quiet coastal town of Yamba, Blue Dolphin Holiday Resort offers a variety of waterfront accommodation and kids activities, including water slides, mini golf and a jumping castle.
Further south in Port Stephens, Ingenia Holidays One Mile Beach holiday park offers 1.6 kilometres of sand, right on your doorstep. Choose between camping, caravan sites, cabins or villas. There’s plenty to keep the family entertained, including a games room, jumping cushion, playground and ball court.
Just over an hour’s drive north of Sydney, the NSW Central Coast is home to kilometres of sand and Pacific Ocean to explore – and national parks too. NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Resort in Ettalong Beach provides the ultimate beachside escape with cabin accommodation, heated pools and spas, a waterpark, playground and go-karts.
Enjoy a beachfront getaway at Toowoon Bay Holiday Park, which boasts a range of accommodation – from caravan and campsites to spacious cabins. Or stay at Blue Lagoon Beach Resort in Bateau Bay and enjoy facilities for all ages, including a playground and heated pool, just a short stroll from a beach lagoon.
With its endless curves of sand and enchanting towns, the South Coast offers some of the best family holiday parks in NSW. Explore beautiful beaches while staying at Racecourse Beach holiday park in Jervis Bay, which has plenty of kid’s facilities including a pool and pirate ship playground. Or enjoy uninterrupted views of the bay while staying at Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach, which offers holiday cabins, camping sites and a range of kid’s activities.
Unwind in the peace and quiet of Country NSW, which offers plenty of family friendly holiday parks. In Tamworth, the spiritual home of Australian country music, BIG4 Paradise Tamworth provides riverfront villas, cabins and camping sites just a stroll from the town centre. Close by is Reflections Holiday Parks Lake Keepit, where families are spoilt for choice with activities including a skate park, water-skiing and tennis courts.
Known as Australia’s food bowl, the Riverina region offers unforgettable tasting experiences. Set on the banks of the Murrumbidgee River, Bunyip Hole campground is the ideal place to enjoy cycling, fishing and kayaking. It’s also a short walk from sandy beaches that are great for kids to burn off their energy.
The charming riverside town of Yass is home to a range of outdoor adventures for kids, and delicious food and wine for parents. Situated on Lake Burrinjuck, Reflections Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters is a spacious park ideal for water skiing, wakeboarding, kayaking and other water sports.
With mountain bike trails, horse riding, fishing and awesome natural beauty, the Snowy Mountains offers loads for families to do, even when the snow melts. Relax at the Snowy River Holiday Park which boasts stunning river views and features cabins, camping and caravan sites.
With majestic views of the Snowy Mountains, the family-friendly NRMA Jindabyne Holiday Park offers caravan and camping facilities, as well as a playground, tennis and basketball courts, and a games room.
The Murray region offers towns overflowing with incredible food and drink, ancient Aboriginal culture and natural wonders like Mungo National Park. On the serene banks of the Edward River is BIG4 Deniliquin Holiday Park, where families can enjoy bike tracks, pools, a splash park, as well as hire boats and go-karts.
Situated on one of Australia’s largest lakes, Ingenia Holidays Lake Hume is the ideal escape for families who love to spend their holidays by the water. Relax by the swimming pool and water spray park, or avail the private boat ramp to launch your vessel and explore Lake Hume.
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