Plan Your Trip

For a wonderful getaway, plan your trip. Whether you want to explore the natural splendour of NSW on a caravan or campervan adventure, escape to a secluded camping spot, stay on a beachfront or just relax with family or friends, you’ll find holiday parks and camping sites to make your stay special.

Family holiday parks have options to suit various family budgets. Choose from powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites, safari tents or self-contained cabins all within tranquil settings by beaches, rivers and lakes. There are even hideaways surrounded by national parks.

A man paddling a stand-up paddleboard, Nelligen Holiday Park, South Coast

And the kids will love all the fun amenities and exciting activities in holiday parks, from swimming pools and waterslides to playgrounds and games rooms. What about school holidays? There are special programs to keep the kids entertained. Or take the kids bushwalking in a national park.

Glamping is an elegant way to relax with all the comforts of a hotel. Relax on the verandah of a luxury tent and enjoy the serenity of nature. Many safari tents have queen-size beds, en suite bathrooms and well-equipped kitchens. Some glamping experiences include gourmet cuisine.

A Paperback Camp safari tent in tranquil bushland, Jervis Bay

If you’re travelling by camper trailers you’ll enjoy the mobile comforts of home. Many caravans and campervans come complete with sleeping, kitchen and dining facilities. Some have a pop-up roof, adding additional sleeping and usable space. Holidaying in an RV is a comfortable way to travel, too.

Looking for pet-friendly holiday parks? You’ll find holiday parks that allow pets in the countryside and dotted along the coast, which stretches over 2,000km. If you’re planning to bring your pet, please ask the park manager about restrictions – some parks don’t allow dogs in school holidays.

However you choose to holiday, make sure you’re well prepared. The caravan and camping tips page has useful information on towing caravans as well as general planning advice. For additional guidance, check out the Caravan and Camping Industry Association of NSW website.

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