Looking for a comfortable stay that meets budget? Looking for accommodation in prime locations on the beach or in the bush? Want somewhere packed with things to do where the kids can roam free? Check out our list of top holiday parks around the country.
NRMA Ocean Beach Holiday Park, Umina NSW
Best for: adventurous beachfront camping
On the beautiful Central Coast of New South Wales,
this park is perfect for families seeking activities galore. There’s fishing and water sports, bike riding, bushwalking, cinemas, pelican feeding, learn-to-surf classes, horse riding, and of course, the stunning Central Coast beaches. The park features include their newly-renovated waterpark, jumping pillows and movie screenings.
BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park, Alice Springs NT
Best for: discovering the rugged Red Centre
In the outback of Alice Springs resides the
BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday park. With beautiful surrounds, dedicated wildlife sanctuaries, the magnificent Uluru, and a truly welcoming atmosphere, it is no wonder the park is the most awarded in the Northern Territory. Pancake breakfasts, games nights, stargazing, Didgeridoo shows and outdoor family film screenings are among the park’s activities.
NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park, Gold Coast QLD
Best for: enjoying action-packed theme park adventures
On the sunny Gold Coast,
this award-winning park, just 15 minutes north of Surfers Paradise, is centrally located between the major theme parks – the perfect destination for an action-packed holiday. The park has activity programs for kids, four resort-style pools, jumping pillows, sports and an outdoor cinema. Choose from villas with a view or powered caravan sites.
Ingenia Holidays Big 4 Cairns Coconut, Cairns QLD
Best for: a 5-star tropical oasis
Set in one of the most beautiful locations in Australia – on the coast of the Great Barrier Reef –
this spectacular resort caters to all families with its condos, villas, cabins, camping and caravans. Cool off at the resort-style waterpark, bounce on the biggest jumping pillow in the Southern Hemisphere, explore playgrounds, and play tennis, volleyball and mini golf.
BIG4 Kelso Sands Holiday and Native Wildlife Park, Tamar Valley, TAS
Best for: a holiday haven between beachfront and bush
Set in the beautiful Tamar Valley Region, Northern Tasmania,
the park sits on 15 hectares bordering both the pristine Tamar River beachfront and Narawntapu National Park. A peaceful coastal refuge, nearby attractions include the Enchanted Forest wildlife, river cruises and Tamar Valley wineries. The park offers family cottages, camping and caravan sites.
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