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Red Rock Holiday Park NSW

Visit this caravan and camping site in unspoiled surroundings at the southern end of Yuraygir National Park at the mouth of the Corindi River.  Red Rock is a beautiful, quiet fishing village and a wonderful place for fishing, surfers, snorkeling fans and beach activities. The beautiful natural setting and serenity of Red Rock are its biggest attraction, including its clear river stream that is ideal for fishing or swimming that runs out to meet the ocean.

The town of Red Rock is surrounded by the Yuraygir National Park and the Solitary Islands Marine Park. The Yuraygir National Park offers beaches, lagoons, heathlands, swamps, creeks and rivers for canoeing and kayaking, and bushwalking trails such as the 10km Angourie Coastal Walk. The township of Red Rock earned its name from the prominent formations containing Jasper in the headland and beaches. Red Rock Caravan Park is in the Red Rock Recreation Reserve - 83 hectarres of natural bushland, beaches and dunal areas.

Red Rock is approximately 13km north of Woolgoolga and 85km from Grafton.


  • Fishing or swimming either in the tidal estuary or at the beaches (patrolled seasonally).
  • Walking along the boardwalk through the natural bushland through the reserve.
  • Local Bowling club within walking distance.
  • Take-away shop in the caravan park.

Types of accommodation

  • One cottage overlooking the estuary (two bedrooms)
  • Three cabins (each with two bedrooms)
  • Powered caravan and camping sites
  • Unpowered camping sites

How to get to here

Travelling from the south it's 41km north of Coffs Harbour
From Coffs Harbour drive north (41km) along the Pacific Highway, turn right onto Coral Strett, turn left onto Red Rock Road, turn right onto Lawson Street and drive through caravan park entrance.

Travelling from the north it's 54km south of Grafton
From Grafton drive south (54km) along the Pacific Highway, turn left onto Coral Street, turn left onto Red Rock Road, turn right onto Lawson Street and drive through the caravan park entrance.

Best time to visit

In summer for the beautiful beaches and estuary, autumn for the fishing, winter for the beautiful clear sunny days, spring for the native flora and fauna and to watch the whales go by, or anytime during the year for a combination of all of these as well as enjoying a relaxing break at Red Rock.

You should bring

surfboards, fishing rods, ball games.

What our guests are saying

"Love the place."
Neville, Warialpa

"Loved the campsite close to the beach and the peace and quiet in the morning. Campsite was so beautifully prepared. Nice lawn, adequate trees."
Esther, Umina Beach

"One of those parks that are not too commercialised. Good help from the office staff. Thanks."
Gary & Belinda, Raymond Terrace

"Extended our stay by 4 days as this park and its surrounds were so appealing. Beautiful grounds, trees, amenities, nice big van sites."
Geoff & Donna, Thornlands


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Park facilities
• ATM• Baby facilities• BBQ
• Disabled access• Games for kids• Gas cylinders
• Grocery shop• Internet free• 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
• Beaches• Beaches patrolled• Bird watching
• Canoeing/kayaking• Cycling/mountain biking• Dolphin/whale watching
• Fishing• History and heritage• Nature, parks and wildlife
• Rivers, lakes and waterways• Scenic drives• Scuba diving/snorkeling
• Surfing• Walk trails• Water sports