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Ferry Reserve Holiday Park

Brunswick Heads is situated on the mouth of the Brunswick River and the Ocean. The town is a small fishing village offering pristine beaches, both river and ocean fishing. Ferry Reserve is approx 2kms out of town right on the banks of the Brunswick River, it is an easy level walk of approx 15 mins into town, some of it via boardwalk. Ferry Reserve has its own boat ramp. Peace & tranquillity in a serene setting with good fishing are it’s greatest assets. The park is also pet friendly, (small dogs).

GPS Coordinates: GPS co-ordinates are: South 28deg 32.04 East 153 deg 32.27


Sitting on the waterfront either fishing or just watching the world go by. Cycling around the park and into town via the boardwalk, lazing up the river in your tinny, dining alfresco in one of Brunswick Heads little cafés’ or taking your time over a meal in the beer garden at the famous Brunswick Hotel.

Types of accommodation

5 x 4 star Cabins (1 easy access). Cabins are all fully equipped with  BBQ on veranda, outdoor setting, reverse cycle air conditioning, ceiling fans, Austar, DVD & video, 51cm TV, convection microwave, hotplates, electric frypan, kettle toaster, coffee plunger, cutlery & crockery, shower & toilet, 31cm TV in main bedroom, iron & ironing board, hairdryer, pillows, pillow cases, blankets, bedspreads, tea towels, bathmat, face washer & hand towel. All linen for main bedroom is supplied.

Park is Rated 3 ½ Star consisting of 9 x Powered Waterfront Camping Sites, 3 x Waterfront Unpowered Camping Sites, 5 x unpowered Camping Sites, 72 x Caravan & Camping sites, some with slabs.

How to get here

From the north: Take the Billinudgel/Ocean Shores exit (Brunswick Valley Way). Continue along Brunswick Valley Way, go over the Brunswick River Bridge, turn right at round about, go under overpass, straight through next round about and turn right into Ferry Reserve. From the south: Take Ocean Shores exit (DO NOT TAKE THE BRUNSWICK HEADS EXIT) turn left at round about, then turn right into Ferry Reserve.

Best time to visit

Obviously anytime is nice to visit Ferry Reserve, but Winter, Spring and Autumn are the quieter months.

Other considerations when visiting

NSW Fishing Licences sold at office, kiosk – ice, milk, icecreams & bait, free wireless internet, two bbq areas, sandy river front beach for swimming, boat ramp.

You should bring

Fishing gear, swimming gear and a will to unwind

What our guests are saying

"Would recommend to other veterans / friends and family."
Glennis & John, Point Vernon

"Our opinion, best park in Brunswick Heads."
Bruce & Jan, Windaroo QLD

"Very clean & tidy. Amenities excellent. Staff very friendly & helpful. A great caravan park."
Joy & Len, Watsonia VIC

"On the river. Just love it."
John, Nerang QLD

"We have just had the pleasure of spending our Easter Break with you, and I wanted to let you know what a fabulous park you run, we were pleasantly surprised. We were impressed at the activities you ran and the cleanliness of the amenities."
Jo, Parkwood QLD 

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Park facilities
• ATM• Baby facilities• BBQ
• Boat ramp• Disabled access• Games for kids
• Gas cylinders• Internet free• Pet friendly
• Sullage available
Accommodation types
• Cabin basic (limited facilities)• Cabin self contained• Camping site with park facilities
• Onsite caravan basic (limited facilities)• Powered site• Unpowered site
Accommodation features
• Air conditioning• Balcony/verandah• BBQ - private
• Fridge/Freezer• Hair dryer• Heater electric
• Internet-free• Linen included• Shower
• TV Free to air• Washing machine and dryer
• Art classes-workshops-gallery• Beaches• Beaches patrolled
• Bird watching• Canoeing/kayaking• Cycling/mountain biking
• Dolphin/whale watching• Dining out• Fishing
• Golfing• History and heritage• Mountains and alpine
• Nature, parks and wildlife• Rivers, lakes and waterways• Rock climbing
• Scenic drives• Scuba diving/snorkeling• Surfing
• Walk trails• Water sports