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Beachcomber Holiday Park

Eurobodalla National Park

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Beachcomber Holiday Park in Eurobodalla National Park offers camping and well-equipped cabins. Located south of Tuross Lake, you'll enjoy beaches, swimming, fishing and whale watching.

Accommodation Details
Accommodation type Cabin
Facilities Amenities block, picnic tables, barbecue facilities, cafe/kiosk, carpark, drinking water, showers, toilets, balcony, kitchen
Opening times The Beachcomber Holiday Park Reception is:
  • Open 9am–6pm (peak season)
  • Open 9am–5pm (off season)
  • Late arrivals to 6pm
Please note
  • There are 10 cabins and 100 campsites.
  • For more detail on cabin, campsite rates and capacities, please visit the Beachcomber Holiday Park website.
  • The cabins are fully furnished, with kitchen facilities and bathrooms
  • Bookings can be made up to 12 months in advance
  • All linen and towels are provided in cabins
  • Otherwise linen and towels are not provided

With its stunning beaches, Eurobodalla offers plenty of places to settle down for a long weekend. One of the best is Beachcomber Holiday Park, situated at Potato Point right by the ocean. Just south of Tuross Lake with dramatic views up the coast, this is a terrific spot to assemble a tent with the family or kick back in a well-equipped cabin on the hill.

Beachcomber offers all of the modern facilities you expect in an accommodation park, but it combines them with keen ecological awareness, meaning it’s committed to preserving the natural environment through use of renewable energy and sewerage management. Not only does a stay here offer a variety of activities – from swimming and kayaking to mountain bike riding – it offers a eco-friendly stay.

People aren’t the only guests. Expect to share the space with a wide range of local animals and birds, including kangaroos and sea eagles. Remember to bring the binoculars because there's a good chance you'll spot migrating whales at the right time of year.

For directions, safety and practical information, see visitor info


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