NSW Crown Holiday Parks offer iconic camping and family experiences, and has added Killalea State Park to its 36 strong award-winning portfolio of parks and reserves … so take your tribe to experience the wonderful locations and activities on offer.
Killalea is perfectly located on the idyllic South Coast, has a 40-bed bunkhouse and 53 campsites, so there’s plenty of space for the whole family. Stay at Killalea and get out and about with the kids to explore the glorious region and all it has to offer!
One of the highlights of Killalea is ‘The Farm’, an iconic beach with a national surfing reserve, making it a great place for everyone from the surfing novice or ‘grommet’ to the seasoned expert. Sitting on 265 hectares, the reserve boasts 8 kilometres of coastline stretching from Maloney’s Bay to the north and Minnamurra to the south.
Another option is South Coast Holiday Parks Bermagui, finalists at the 2016 South Coast Tourism Awards and the park has also been awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence for their consistent outstanding guest reviews.
Or perhaps you and your family want an inland adventure? You can choose from nine parks across country NSW located near dams the size of giant lakes! Inland Waters Holiday Parks Copeton Waters was recently named Best Holiday Park Inland with more than 100 sites at the 2016 Caravan & Camping Industry Association Awards of Excellence. Copeton Waters, like all of the group’s inland parks, really does offer the quintessential Australian family holiday.
Inland Waters Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters offers an authentic country experience and a new tourist vessel is now available to transport guests across the dam.
The NV Getaway is an invaluable link for hikers of the Hume and Hovell Track, a 440 km track that stretches between Yass and Albury NSW. The boat can be used by guests for tours of the giant dam, day cruises and adventures to nearby locations like Wee Jasper and the beautiful and fascinating cave systems of Careys Cave.