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Tuross Beach Holiday Park NSW

If you're looking for a place to have a very memorable holiday or just a short break to unwind, you can't go past Tuross Head fantastic facilities and surrounding attractions. Tuross is where the lake meets the sea, a place so beautiful, you'll want to keep it a secret.

Tuross Beach Holiday park is situated in the picturesque town of Tuross Head located 350km south of Sydney and 195km east from Canberra. The Park is right at the beach with fabulous views of the ocean to Montague Island, Tuross inlet and Tuross Lake so you can enjoy great swimming, surfing and fishing, or just relax and take in the fabulous view. This peaceful park offers a range of accommodation options from modern beachfront holiday cabins to beachfront powered and unpowered sites.

Activities

The park is an ideal base to explore all the highlights of the picturesque Eurobodalla Nature Coast where you can discover the many activities on offer, such as golfing, tennis, fishing, boating, water skiing, swimming, surfing, horse riding, sight-seeing, whale-watching, bush-walking in abundant national parks or just relax and unwind.

  • Marine and wildlife excursions: take a cruise from nearby Narooma for Montague Island and view the fairy penguin and seal colonies. If you choose to stay between September and November, whale watching is a great way to pass the time.
  • O'Briens Boatshed: this great place has everything you need for a great day out. Boat hire, canoe hire, tackle shop and take-away food. O'Briens' Seafood and Take-away: great place for take-away food or eat right at the water's edge.
  • The Pickled Octopus Restaurant: a fine eatery with fabulous views over Tuross lake.
  • Tuross Head Country Club: the club offers 9 holes of golf, bowls and good meals and entertainment. A courtesy bus is available to and from the Tuross Holiday Park and Tuross Head Country Club.
  • Mogo town:  as well as the great zoo there are galleries, specialty stores, and popular cafes where you can enjoy coffee and cake or gourmet lunches. Old Mogo Town is nearby and is a re-creation of a nineteenth century gold rush village. Horse riding is also available at Jeremadra Stables.
  • Visit the ABC Cheese Factory at Central Tilba or dine at Malibu Mex (Mexican, what else?) in Bodalla.
  • Moruya: Scenic flights are available from Moruya airport. Moruya markets are worth a look every Saturday morning, especially for fresh seafood and fruit and vegetables. A great place to buy second hand books or pick up a bargain at the large variety of stalls.
  • Tilba Valley Wines: situated on the shores of Lake Corunna. Wine-tasting, cellar door sales. Devonshire teas and coffee as well as lunch. Live music 1st and 3rd Sundays monthly.
  • Central Tilba Village: National Trust classified village where local artists, leather workers, woodturners, a cobbler and many others practise their crafts as well as historic cheese factory, bakery, lolly shop, historic pub and cafes.
  • Tilba Tilba: Visit the extensive (3 ½acres) Foxglove Spire Gardens, one of Australia's best gardens, where you can wander along its many fragrant paths, under rose covered arbours and into its many flower-filled areas. Allow plenty of time, take a picnic or lunch at the 'Love at First Bite' café. There is also a nursery and old wares/gift shop.
  • Cobargo: On the highway south of Narooma. A variety of craft and old wares stores, and several places to eat.

Types of accommodation

Tuross Beach Holiday Park provides a number of attractive accommodation options, including two-bedroom self-contained 4½ star beach houses and 3½ and 4 star beachfront and beach view holiday units, onsite vans and powered/unpowered camp sites, all right at the water's edge with great swimming, surfing and fishing, or just relax and take in the fabulous view. All our holiday units sleep 5 people - 2 bedrooms, with queen bed in main and 3 single beds in 2nd bedroom (2 are double-deck bunks). Beach Houses have a double bed and single above in the 2nd bedroom. All units have a fully-equipped kitchen, gas stove, microwave oven, R/C air conditioning, TV (some with wide-screen digital), DVD player, cot available for hire and insect screens.  4 and 4½ star units have a BBQ or health grill on their balcony with fabulous views of the ocean to Montague Island, the beach and Tuross Lake. All holiday units are strictly NON-SMOKING.

Beach Houses have all beds made up and bath towels are supplied. In all other holiday units, the main bed is made up and towels are provided for 2 people. For 2nd bedroom, blankets and pillows are supplied, but bring your own linen & towels for extra persons. Linen and towels can be hired from us for $8 per person per set.

How to get to here

On the Princes Highway, drive 14km south of Moruya, turn left towards coast. After 5.1km, turn right at "T" intersection and proceed a further 1.3km down towards beach. Arrive at Tuross Beach Holiday Park on your left. Buses run every day from Canberra and Sydney to Tuross Head. If coming from the South, we are 33km north of Narooma.

Facilities

Guest coin-op laundry with dryers. Solar heated pool. Separate heated spa. Park sheltered barbecues are available for caravan and camping guests and for guests in holiday units which dont have a barbecue. WiFi Internet access is available throughout the holiday park a fee applies. Free internet access is available from a terminal in our reception office. PLEASE NOTE: our office is open during the hours 8.30am until 6.00pm, 7 days per week. Bedspreads, blankets and pillows supplied in holiday unit accommodation - BYO bed linen & towels, or hire from us - $8 per person per stay. Outside school holidays the park is pet friendly by prior arrangement.

Best time to visit

Warmer months for swimming and surfing. All year round for boating, fishing, exploring the local region and national parks, or just taking in the fabulous views.

Comments and reviews

"I cannot believe we have been driving down the coast now for 25 years for our holidays and have never turned into Tuross Head. Friends convinced us to stay in your holiday park for the weekend and we were truly amazed at what a beautiful place you have here. We stayed in a Beachfront unit right on the water's edge and have never enjoyed ourselves so much. Your park and its facilities are certainly maintained to a very high standard and we will definitely be coming back again."  Tom and Beverley, Bathurst NSW

"Just wanted to say how beautiful it was staying at your park. The cabins were lovely, beautifully decorated and so well organised. I can understand why people come back year after year. The location is so divine, with the lake and the sea and all the different beaches, plus the wildlife. I was so excited to see my first whales frolicking in the distance. Also a big thank you to Chris and Kerrie for their kindness and assistance."  Mandy and Tony, Sydney NSW

"Have just spent the most wonderful week here in your park... watched whales breaching from our balcony, hand fed lorikeets, saw emus walking along the beach (thought my eyes needing checking at first ) and the day we were leaving we actually saw an echidna wandering past our cabin. This place is truly amazing and we are now making arrangements to book in again next month & bring our friends with us."  Davina, Tamworth NSW

"Probably the best place I have ever stayed. Could not recommend it highly enough. Magnificent location, wonderful birdlife and aquatic life, a photographer's paradise. Will be back as often as possible."  Carolyn, Canberra ACT.

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Park facilities
• BBQ• Gas cylinders• Internet to hire
• Pool• Sullage available
Accommodation types
• Cabin self contained• Cabin with balcony/outdoor deck• Family cottage/small house
• Onsite caravan self contained• Powered site• Unpowered site
Accommodation features
• Air conditioning• Balcony/verandah• BBQ - private
• Internet-free• Linen to hire• TV Free to air
Experiences
• Art classes-workshops-gallery• Beaches• Canoeing/kayaking
• Dolphin/whale watching• Dining out• Fishing
• Golfing• Nature, parks and wildlife• Rivers, lakes and waterways
• Scenic drives• Surfing• Visits to local factories
• Walk trails• Water sports