With 23 properties in some of the most spectacular locations, North Coast Holiday Parks have long been familiar to travellers on the NSW East Coast.
A breath of fresh air in an industry of jumping pillows and supersized parks, they encourage guests to head outdoors and experience life in and around nature.
Parks like Red Rock and Seal Rocks, though well known to travellers, have the feel of hidden gems, offering an experience like just can’t be replicated.
In recent years the parks have undergone continual improvement including modern cabins, beach tents with ensuites and extra large slabbed and ensuite sites.
Believing travel should be a social experience, most parks now have custom camp kitchens able to cater to larger groups –often with the best view in the park.
With large flat screen TV’s, ample seating and excellent cooking facilities, these camp kitchens also cater for guests with disabilities or who require easy access.
If you’re travelling with four-legged companions, some parks are now also dog friendly with hot/cold doggy baths and leash points throughout the park.
Visit northcoastholidayparks.com.au to find out more.
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