Many campsites have absolute waterfront locations and the rest are only a few steps away from a lovely sandy beach with crystal clear water. It’s a terrific location for adults and children who enjoy swimming, fishing, sunbaking or just laying back in a nature’s paradise here on the NSW holiday Coast
Park visitors have a choice of either powered or un-powered campsites in Nambucca Heads. The amenities block is conveniently located and maintained to a very high standard.
One way or another, could you even consider a camping holiday anywhere else on the NSW Midcoast?
Fine holiday or overnight accommodation is yours for the asking just 500 metres off the Pacific Highway in Nambucca Heads. Fantastic water views and great amenities are matched by a perfect location close to everything any traveller or holiday maker could possibly need.
As well as a fully equipped kitchen you are also within easy level walking distance to 7 restaurants, a Shopping Mall and multiple fast food outlets. You therefore have lots of easy and convenient catering options.
Leave stress, cares and woes at home and get ready for an idyllic Nambucca Heads caravan holiday. Head for the highly regarded Foreshore Caravan Park right beside the ultra clear and picturesque Nambucca River. Centrally located in Nambucca Heads.
All of our caravan sites are powered, landscaped and positioned to enable easy access for caravans and camper-vans. We offer water front and water adjacent sites for caravans and camper vans for holidaymakers spending time in Nambucca Heads .
We’re sure you’re going to love the caravan and camping options we offer at our Nambucca Heads camping and caravan park.
Always swim between the red and yellow flags; surf lifesavers have identified this area as the safest spot to swim in the water. It’s also a good idea to always swim with a friend.
Pay attention to the advice of the lifesavers and safety signs. Visit SharkSmart to understand any potential risks in the area you are swimming. You are always welcome to ask lifeguards for more safety advice. If you find yourself needing help in the water, stay calm and attract attention.
Check conditions before you go. You can also find patrolled beach by visiting beachsafe.org.au.