Family holiday parks in NSW
For a memorable escape with the kids, stay at family holiday parks and enjoy fun facilities, activities and more. From beautiful beaches to tranquil rivers, you’ll find holiday parks in great locations and near national parks. So pack your tent, or hook up your caravan, or book a cabin for a great getaway.
There are options to suit various family budgets, from powered and unpowered camping and caravan sites to cabins, villas and even glamping. Most parks have swimming pools, playgrounds, games rooms and exciting activity programs. Below is your guide to family holiday parks in NSW.
Looking for an aquatic adventure? You can hire stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and other equipment at some waterside holiday parks. The Nambucca River Tourist Park in Macksville has tandem kayaks for family fun - and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National Park is a scenic drive away
Dotted along the sublime NSW coastline – the North Coast, the Central Coast and the South Coast - are many more holiday parks The Big4 Park Beach Holiday Park in Coffs Harbour is a playground of waterslides, jumping pillows and lots of kids’ games – there is even a giant seahorse water feature.
How about waterslides and a trip to meet Lazarus, Maya and other African lions? Dubbo in Country NSW is a popular spot with plenty of campgrounds and the open-range Taronga Western Plains Zoo. Stay at nearby Discovery Parks Dubbo and choose from a range of camp sites, villas or safari tents.
A great way to explore the natural wonders and intriguing heritage is on road trips, and along the routes you can relax at holiday parks. Drive to surfing hotspot Byron Bay for a beach holiday and stay at the First Sun Holiday Park for vistas of Cape Byron Lighthouse, on Australia’s easternmost point.
For striking landscapes of red, yellow and brown ochre, head to Outback NSW and discover ancient, spiritual stories in breathtaking wilderness. The Broken Hill Tourist Park is in Broken Hill, where you can visit the Living Desert Sculptures and join an Aboriginal-guided tour of Mutawintji National Park.