A picture can tell a thousand words and while taking a holiday it is important to capture the essence of your experience. From amazing cliff-top locations, to natural bushland and beaches – North Coast Holiday Parks offers the perfect canvas. These will be pictures which will create memories forever.
- Ferry Reserve Holiday Park
- Terrace Reserve Holiday Park
- Massey Greene Holiday Park
- Clarkes Beach Holiday Park
- Lake Ainsworth Holiday Park
- Shaws Bay Holiday Park
- Red Rock Holiday Park
- Corindi Beach Holiday Park
- Moonee Beach Holiday Park
- Nambucca Headland Holiday Park
- North Beach Holiday Park
- Urunga Heads Holiday Park
- Hungry Head Cabins
- Scotts Head Holiday Park
- Beachfront Holiday Park
- Bonny Hills Holiday Park
- Silver Sands Holiday Park
A picture perfect destination, with beautiful beaches, historical buildings, unique art plus cultural features, wild life and sea life.
A picture perfect destination, with beautiful beaches, historical buildings, unique and special art and culture features, wild life and sea life. The photographer’s paradise.
Lennox Head is situated in the Ballina Shire, a diverse coastal shire, with the beautiful hinterland as the backdrop and surrounded by white sandy beaches, and blue ocean waters. The beautiful Seven Mile Beach is breathtaking and the scene is set for a holiday that can see you do as much or as little as you would like.
The photography that can be taken within Scotts Head is fantastic. From dolphins playing in the ocean to the fantastic view that Mount Yarriahapinni provides, there are endless opportunities to have your camera ready.
If you love to bird-watch then the following species can be seen from this park: gannets, lorikeets, terns, white-bellied sea-eagles, ospreys plus brahminy kites regularly hunting for fish off the beach.
Urunga is the gateway to a tidal lagoon and a sweep of beautiful beaches to the south. A friendly seaside town at the junction of the Bellinger and Kalang rivers, its beaches are accessible via an 800-metre boardwalk across the Urunga lagoon.
Dolphins and pelicans frequent the riverfront, and the subtropical climate warms the shallow waters of the lagoon, creating a tranquil swimming pool for year round enjoyment. At low tide on a warm day the gentle sands will be alive with soldier crabs twinkling blue in the sun.
Photo opportunities are plentiful in this destination. Natural wildlife includes kangaroos, bandicoots, sugar-gliders, tawny frog moths, wallabies and much more. The abundance of birds is spectacular all in their natural environment. Apart from the wildlife there are also the beautiful beach views.
If you’re standing at the top of the lighthouse, or across the river at Razorback Lookout Picnic Area, you’re bound to find some beautiful scenery to photograph.