The cost of living is on the rise but that doesn’t mean your next holiday has to cost the earth. Thanks to Reflections Holiday Parks, this ‘best spots in NSW’ list features accommodation that both parents and kids will love, ranging from powered sites from $65 per night to full air-conditioned cabins from $183 per night. And some are pet-friendly so you can even take your fur baby with you.

Corindi Beach

Corindi Beach is a coastal sanctuary at the northern end of the Coffs Coast – the perfect place for a family escape. Home to a lengthy reserve of beaches and wetlands, Corindi Beach is ideal for adventurous families who love swimming, surfing and snorkelling. For families who are seeking a relaxing getaway, this quiet seaside town is also great for lazy beach days and sightseeing. 

The Reflections Holiday Park at Corindi Beach is located right on the shores, boasting stunning waterfront views. The Park is also purpose-built for school holiday trips, with activities for kids, as well as dedicated children’s facilities, a tennis court and a skate park. With powered sites available from $77 per night, and a great range of cabins from just $287 per night, Reflections Corindi Beach is the perfect place for a family getaway. Find out more here.

Nambucca Heads

A charming seaside town, Nambucca Heads is a great place to escape during the school holidays. Situated at the mouth of the Nambucca River, this spot has aquatic landscapes abound, with stunning beaches and estuaries where dolphins play. Halfway between Sydney and Brisbane, Nambucca Heads is a great road trip destination and is only a 40-minute drive from Coffs Harbour Airport. 

The Reflections Holiday Park at Nambucca Heads is located just steps away from Main Beach, right in the heart of town. Dog-friendly year round, Reflections Nambucca Heads has powered sites available from $65 per night, as well as fully air-conditioned cabins from just $183 per night. Find out more here.

Hawks Nest

A lovely coastal town on the Central Coast, a few hours’ drive north of Sydney, Hawks Nest boasts some of the most beautiful seaside and bushland sights in the state. With beaches backed by dunes, great fishing spots, and an impressive selection of cafés and restaurants, Hawks Nest is an ideal place to get away. 

Reflections Hawks Nest is situated perfectly between Bennett’s Beach and the township, in close proximity to the Hawks Nest Golf Club and Yacaaba Headland walking track. This Park also features accessible cabins, Wi-Fi and a dining kiosk to make stays even easier. With a great range of accommodation options, from powered sites from $79, as well as cabins from $170 per night, Reflections Hawks Nest is a great spot to stay whilst exploring the NSW coastline these school holidays. Find out more here.

Hawks Nest NSW
Hawks Nest is a classic Aussie seaside destination.


A gem of the Sapphire Coast and only a 7-hour drive from both Sydney and Melbourne, Eden is a gorgeous town with rich heritage and stunning sights. An ideal location for whale watching, Eden boasts several great vantage points for spotting whales during their migration until early November. Home to Twofold Bay, the third-deepest natural harbour in the Southern Hemisphere, as well as stellar dining and drinks spots, Eden is the South Coast’s best-kept secret. 

Reflections Holiday Park Eden is located between the shores of Lake Curalo and Aslings Beach and is dog-friendly during the upcoming school holidays. Reflections Eden also has a playground and school holiday activities for kids, making it the ideal spot to enjoy exploring the Sapphire Coast. Stay at Reflections Holiday Park in Eden from just $81 per night for a powered site, or from $191 for a cabin. Find out more here.

Lake Glenbawn

Situated in the peaceful Upper Hunter region just a few hours’ drive from Sydney, Lake Glenbawn is a bushland haven for wildlife and water lovers alike. A 15-minute drive from Scone, known as the horse capital of Australia, Lake Glenbawn is also one of the top freshwater fishing spots in the country. It is also popular for canoeing and wakeboarding and is home to over 100 species of birds. 

Reflections at Lake Glenbawn is located right on the water, with a boat ramp and fish cleaning facilities available. The Park also has a swimming pool, tennis court and kiosk, sure to make any camping trip that bit more special. All powered sites are dog-friendly year-round and are available from $50 per night, while cabins are just $227 per night. Find out more here.