The weather is warming up and the end of the year is upon us, meaning we’re all looking to unwind after another hectic year. Fortunately, NSW is home to some of the country’s most beautiful landscapes and seascapes.
If you’re seeking to escape the city and get back to nature, Reflections Holiday Parks offer 36 sites across NSW, all situated on Crown land, which means these NSW holiday destinations are located in the state’s most scenic spots that require meticulous and dedicated care.
Here are five of our favourites:
Just a 20-minute drive north of Coffs Harbour, Moonee Beach is perfect for nature lovers looking for an outdoor adventure. Go for a surf, walk or paddle around Moonee Creek, or enjoy a hike and take in a little bird-spotting while you’re at it.
Situated where the shores of Moonee Creek meet Moonee Beach, the local Reflections Holiday Park is the perfect place to stay whilst exploring the area’s natural beauty.
Reflections Moonee Beach offers cabins, powered and unpowered sites, as well as a dog-friendly site with a firepit and fishing spots.
Cabins from $132 per night (midweek) and $180 per night (weekend)
Powered Sites from $52 per night (midweek) and $60 per night (weekend)
Coastal haven Tuncurry is a top spot for water activities and whale watching. It boasts six pristine beaches, including Main Beach with an iconic sand dune to climb, or One Mile beach, where surfers share the waves with bottlenose dolphins.
Reflections Holiday Park Tuncurry is ideally located on the shores of 9 Mile Beach and the Coolongok River, in close proximity to the Tuncurry Rock Pool and Forster Beach. It includes a dog-friendly park with a camp kitchen and BBQs for cooking in the great outdoors, Reflections Tuncurry offers cabins and powered sites to suit any warm-weather adventure.
Cabins from $145 per night (midweek) and $164 per night (weekend)
Powered Sites from $58 per night (midweek) and $62 per night (weekend)
*Please note prices may vary
Lake Burrendong is located along the Macquarie River in Central West NSW and provides the ideal getaway destination for water sports, fishing or bushwalking. It’s surrounded by beautiful bushland with a large lake as its sparkling centrepiece. Lake Burrendong State Park is an easy drive from Dubbo and Orange – both renowned for their produce and wineries.
Reflections Holiday Park Lake Burrendong is well equipped to take advantage of its lakeside location, with a boat ramp and fish cleaning facilities. The Park has cabins, powered and unpowered sites.
Cabins from $151 per night (midweek) and $164 per night (weekend)
Powered Sites from $42 per night
15 minutes south of Byron Bay is Reflections Holiday Park Massey Greene. It’s situated in the heart of Brunswick Heads and is the ideal location to unwind. Close to beaches, creeks, parks and reserves, Brunswick Heads offers the beauty of unspoilt coastal and riverside landscapes to explore.
With cabins, powered and unpowered sites, Reflections Massy Greene has great accommodation choices for all budgets, and is just a stone’s throw away from beaches and bays, allowing adventurers to make the most of their getaway.
Cabins from $196 per night (midweek) and $261 per night (weekend)
Powered Sites from $61 per night (midweek) and $70 per night (weekend)
*Please note prices may vary
Located on the Sapphire Coast – halfway between Sydney and Melbourne – Eden is one of the best places in the country for spotting humpback whales as they migrate. Twofold Bay, the third deepest natural harbour in the Southern Hemisphere, is a great spot to snorkel or scuba dive to spot marine life. Eden is also home to stunning sandy beaches and peaceful bushwalking trails.
Reflections Holiday Park Eden is a dog-friendly site with accommodation options including cabins as well as powered or unpowered campsites. Situated between the shores of Aislings Beach and Lake Curalo, Park Eden is surrounded by picturesque landscapes.
Cabins from $128 per night (midweek) and $133 per night (weekend)
Powered Sites from $44 per night (midweek) and $46 per night (weekend)