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Moonee Beach Holiday Park NSW


Dip your toes into the calm swimming waters and rock pools or take advantage of the low tide for direct access to Moonee Beach. Located on the tranquil waters of Moonee Creek and adjoining Moonee Beach Reserve and Green Bluff headland there is so much to see and do at Moonee Beach Holiday Park. For the parents there is swimming, fishing, boating or bushwalking and the kids can be entertained during the school holidays with fabulous activities such as painting, movies, face painting, Easter egg hunts and fishing competitions. Nature lovers will marvel at the rare flora and fauna on display as they stroll through pristine rainforest, mangrove mud flats and scale the coastal headlands that boast stunning ocean views.

Types of accommodation

Moonee Beach Holiday Park has a range of accommodation options to cater for every style and budget. Choose between 3 types of cabin accommodation, ensuite, powered or camping sites. Premium Cabins Sit back and relax on the huge verandah and soak up the serenity. These new deluxe cabins are perfect for a family getaway and include two bedrooms, queen bed, single ensemble and double bunk, leather lounge, LCD television, DVD player, fridge/freezer, microwave, gas stove, bathroom, large verandah, outdoor settings and free wireless internet access. Deluxe Ensuite Cabins Watch the world go by from your covered patio; the deluxe ensuite cabins overlook the ocean and are fully self contained with 2 bedrooms with queen bed and 3 bunks, lounge, remote TV, fridge/freezer, microwave, stove, ensuite, outdoor setting and free wireless internet. Ensuite Cabins Enjoy the peace and quiet in the ensuite cabins. With 2 bedrooms, double bed, 4 bunks, remote TV, fridge/freezer, microwave, hotplate/grill, shower, toilet, covered carport with table and chairs, the cabin is a great choice for those with larger families and can sleep up to 6 people.

How to get to here

 Air: Regular flights to and from Sydney, Brisbane, Port Macquarie and Newcastle from Coffs Harbour Airport located just 10 mins south of Moonee Beach. Car: From north and south - Pacific Highway from Sydney and Brisbane. Moonee Beach is approximately 390 km from Brisbane and approx. 545 km from Sydney. From west – via Waterfall Way which leads through Dorrigo & Bellingen from Armidale in the New England area (approx 201km from Moonee Beach) Bus: Sydney-Brisbane buses stop at Coffs Harbour. Connecting buses run to Moonee Beach. For more information phone … Coffs Harbour Bus ways (02) 6652 2744 Sawtell Coaches (02) 6653 3344 Ryan’s Bus Service Woolgoolga (02) 6654 1063 Train: Country link trains daily from Sydney Ph: 132 232 or (02) 6648 3702

You should bring

Beach towels, fishing rods, surfboards.

Other considerations when visiting

The park is close to a beautiful beach and lagoon area that runs through to the river, with plenty of spots to fish, relax and enjoy. Moonee Beach is not patrolled though is very popular with fishing enthusiasts. Moonee Beach Reserve, where Moonee Creek meets Moonee Beach, is a popular area for locals and visitors alike with smaller children. The reserve offers shallow water for the younger children and many parts of the creek are shaded by trees hence the perfect place to sit in the refreshing water with the little ones. The reserve boasts many facilities such as a playground, picnic shelters, barbeques, toilets, beach showers, a takeaway shop and a caravan park. You can also take a stroll to the headland via the boardwalk bridge, across the creek, and then follow the bush paths.

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Nearby Activities

Only a short drive south of Moonee Beach, (12 - 15 mins) the city of Coffs Harbour has many attractions to keep holiday-makers entertained and amused for many hours. The iconic Big Banana is a favourite with the entire family. Here guests can ride down the slopes on a toboggan or slip and slide all over the ice skating rink. Very popular with all age groups the ice skating rink, housed within the Big Banana complex, provides hours of holiday fun.

The Candy Kitchen is a holiday favourite. View hot candy being twisted and rolled into shape and sample the many varieties of fresh sweets cut into sample sizes right before your eyes. 

The Clog Barn is a unique attraction. View traditional Dutch clogs being made and try out a pair by wearing them for the afternoon. Visit the miniature Dutch village complete with model trains and cleverly crafted miniature replicas of houses, waterways, bridges, parklands and grand old buildings. Relax in the coffee shop and enjoy a delicious lunch or morning/afternoon tea before browsing through the gift shop.

The Pet Porpoise Pool is another favourite that has stood the test of time. Watch the clever dolphins and seals perform and be mesmorised by the “snake man” with his informative presentation and collection of venomous snakes. Visit the fairy penguins’ enclosure and get to know the dolphins by swimming with them at pre-arranged times during the day. After the excitement of the various shows, spend some time in the coffee shop enjoying a variety of meals and snack foods.

Visit the Botanic Garden in Hardacre Street. Stroll through the sensory garden, across the mangrove boardwalk and enjoy the bush land and creek walks before viewing the extensive plant display areas. The Bunker Cartoon Gallery is Australia’s only public cartoon gallery. Housed within a World War 2 bunker, this gallery has an amazing collection of original cartoons.

Visit the Butterfly House. See the live butterfly displays and enjoy the challenge of the maze.

Coffs Jetty Pier, stroll along the boardwalk and venture over to Mutton-bird Island to enjoy stunning coastal views.

Relax at the Day Spa or enjoy specialty shopping as you wander through the promenade.

What our guests are saying

"Gorgeous spot, will be back again. Could only stay due to it being dog friendly. Should be more parks allowing this. Well Done!!! Everyone was very friendly. Great atmosphere & relaxation."
Monique, Boylands QLD

"We think, we've found Paradise. Will be staying here again."
Kym, Wynnum QLD

"It was a pleasure to stay. Amenities were cleaned regularly, including BBQ areas. Exceptional service and a gorgeous place to stay onsite and geographically. Staff very accommodating and professional. A pleasure to deal with."
Julie, Pacific Pines QLD

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Park facilities
• ATM• Baby facilities• BBQ
• Camp kitchen• Games for kids• Internet free
• Internet to hire• Kids playground• Pet friendly
• Sullage available
Accommodation types
• Cabin basic (limited facilities)• Cabin self contained• Camping site with park 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
• History and heritage• Nature, parks and wildlife• Rivers, lakes and waterways
• Scenic drives• Scuba diving/snorkeling• Surfing
• Theme parks• Walk trails• Water sports