Reflections Holiday Parks – Tuncurry

We have recently returned from a week in the beautiful twin towns of Forster-Tuncurry!

With endless beaches to explore and Wallis Lake at your doorstep, it is a great destination to visit for a relaxing coastal getaway!

WHERE IS IT?

32 Beach Street, Tuncurry NSW

Click on map to open in Google Maps.

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CAMP FEES

It cost us $41 per night for a powered site. We scored a great deal where the kids stay free which made it a cheap caravan park stay for our family of 4!

CAMPGROUND INFORMATION

  • Powered and unpowered sites
  • Cabins
  • Suitable for tents through to big rigs
  • Clean Amenities
  • Water
  • Laundry ($4 per load)
  • Playground
  • Tennis Court 
  • Sheltered BBQ Areas throughout the Park 
  • Dog friendly (except in peak times)

The park is in a great location and within walking distance to the shops and local attractions.

Plenty of options to eat out and again most within walking distance… The Rock Pool Cafe, Bowling Club, Sporties Leagues Club, Hamilton’s Oysters and cafes/coffee shops/takeaway shops dotted along the main road through town.

The Rock Pool is just outside the back gate and a great spot to take the kids!

The Breakwall continues on from the Rock Pool and access to Tuncurry Beach is halfway along.

The Forster/Tuncurry Bridge joins the two towns and is only a short 1km stroll from the caravan park.

We really enjoyed our stay here!  The park is clean and well maintained and the owners and staff friendly!!

Check it out for your next break away!

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