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Caravanning in the Shoalhaven

Article by · 26 May 2017 ·

Discover the unspoilt playground Sydneysider’s have been keeping to themselves. Shoalhaven is home to more than 100 glistening beaches, 49 charming villages and towns, and some of the finest seafood restaurants the state has to offer.

Located just over 2 hours south of Sydney, the South Coast region has long been the destination of choice for Sydneysiders, and its time the rest of the country caught on.

Active travellers can spend their days kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding in crystal clear waters, trekking through dense national parks, or surfing at remote beaches with nothing but the sound of the waves to distract you.

If you’re after something more relaxed, you’ll find countless vineyards and cellar doors, local produce trails, and historic villages with trendy cafes and designer stores. There’s much to see and do, even during the cooler winter months.

Hyams Beach, Jervis Bay

Image: Shoalhaven City Council

About Holiday Haven Tourist Parks

With 12 beautiful locations along the NSW South Coast, Holiday Haven Tourist Parks have a getaway to suit your individual needs. All parks are on water, from golden beaches to serene lakes and rivers. A big plus for families, Holiday Haven doesn’t charge peak rates during school holidays.

Bendalong Point Holiday Park

Set amongst the tall eucalypts of Red Point Headland, this park is all about peace and tranquillity. Ideal for families, the park boasts shady cabins with filtered water views, waterfront van sites, and unpowered campsites, plus an easy access cabin.

Burrill Lake Tourist Park

Absolute lake frontage, direct beach access and views across Burrill Lake to Pigeon House Mountain are just start here. The park has a jumping castle and outdoor cinema on weekends, plus a free activities program during the holidays.

Culburra Beach Tourist Park

Formerly Crookhaven Heads, this gorgeous park is at the mouth of the Crookhaven and Shoalhaven Rivers. It has a great range of activities for kids, and offers easy access to one of the region’s finest fishing areas.

Merry Beach. Image: Shoalhaven City Council

Merry Beach. Image: Shoalhaven City Council

Currarong Beachside Holiday Park

Set on the northern edge of the Jervis Bay Marine Park, this great value getaway has roomy van and tent sites, a tennis court, playground and water park, plus a camp kitchen and BBQs. It’s just a short walk to the beach, bowlo and Currarong Creek.

Huskisson Beach Holiday Park

The blinding white sands of this park’s namesake beach need no introduction. With self-contained holiday cabins, powered sites, and shady campgrounds, plus a swimming pool, playground and tennis court, you couldn’t ask for a better holiday spot.

Huskisson White Sands Holiday Park

It’s been called heaven on earth many times, and we think the praise for Huskisson White Sands is pretty apt. This absolute beachfront park, home to self-contained cabins, powered campgrounds, and drive-thru ensuite sites, really is paradise.

Ensuite site at Huskisson White Sands. Image: Holiday Haven Tourist Parks

Ensuite site at Huskisson White Sands. Image: Holiday Haven Tourist Parks

Kangaroo Valley Holiday Park

Set between the Barrengarry and Cambewarra Mountains, this park is pretty as a picture. A rustic bushland escape, the park offers a range of cabins, powered and unpowered sites, and easy river access for swimming, fishing and kayaking.

Lake Conjola Entrance Tourist Park

A gem on the South Coast, Lake Conjola has the winning trifecta of beach, lake and bushland access. It offers a range of comfortable cabins and tourist sites, plus a half tennis court, cricket pitch, jumping pillow and playground to keep all ages active.

Lake Tabourie Tourist Park

Perfectly framed between the lake, beach and state forest, this peaceful escape boasts beachfront cabins and powered sites with sweeping views to Crampton Island. During winter you may even be lucky enough to spot migrating whales.

Cabin at Huskisson White Sands. Image: Holiday Haven Tourist Parks

Cabin at Huskisson White Sands. Image: Holiday Haven Tourist Parks

Shoalhaven Heads Tourist Park

Bordered by Seven Mile Beach and Shoalhaven River, this sunny tourist park has new and refurbished cabins, ensuite van sites, and family accommodation. There’s also an outdoor cinema, heated pool, mini golf course, half tennis court and more.

Swan Lake Holiday Park

Whether you want a relaxed weekender or adrenalin charged escape, this park’s beach, lake and bushland location has you covered. Features include self-contained cabins, spa cabins and powered sites, as well as a recreation zone for the kids.

Ulladulla Headland Tourist Park

Set up camp at this award-winning park and enjoy views across Ulladulla Harbour. A family favourite, it has furnished cabins, ensuite sites, and more. The park has direct access to Lobster Jack’s Beach, great for swimming and rock pool exploration.

Visit holidayhaven.com.au for more info

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