Our Caravan park is a boutique getaway location for caravanning & camping holidays right on the Tweed River, Tweed Heads.
The Tweed River
The Tweed River has a fairly narrow contact with the Pacific Ocean which occurs occurs between North and South Head. These breakwaters are located south of Duranbah Beach, which is one of the more popular destinations for surfers.
The area behind the coast is a complex of winding waterways with small harbours and inlets, islands, marinas and boat ramps. The river provides a wonderful opportunity to participate in any water sport; fishing, kayaking, sailing, swimming or simply enjoying a stroll along the walkways on the southern bank of this magnificent waterway. Learn more about our nearby attractions & activities in the area.
We have three large Powered Grass Ensuite sites that are suitable for the following:
- Tents / Camping
- Pop Top Vans
- Camper Trailers
- Mobile Homes
- 5th Wheelers
Powered Slab Sites
We have a great selection of Powered Slab sites which are close to all amenities.
Please feel free to call to discuss your individual requirements. You will need a $20 cash key deposit on arrival.
As a Guests at our park you agree that: Any damage or loss to our accommodation, site or equipment in the park for which you are responsible, not billed at the time of your departure, may be charged to the same credit card used to pay your account or to the credit card used to guarantee payment of your account.
Tweed River Camping Tips
Camping at our specialised sites is always your best and safest option when it comes to camping on the Tweed River.
You should note that camping in parks and reserves is NOT permitted in the Tweed Shire. Campers who choose to disregard any related signage could be fined by Council’s Compliance Officers.
In case you decide to change your arm and camp outside of a caravan or holiday park, here are some essential camping tips:
- Locate your campsite in a designated area – or in an area that is not environmentally or culturally sensitive.
- Keep group size small, to a number that won’t have a significant impact on the environment.
- Use designated fi replaces or bring a fuel or gas stove. Always obey fire bans.
- Use toilet facilities when available, or bury it at least 100m away from waterways to a depth of at least 15cm.
- Avoid using soaps, detergents and toothpaste – if you use them be sure to keep them at least 50m away from any watercourse.
- Don’t feed birds and animals – it’s bad for their diet and can encourage them to become dependent on humans for food. Secure all food in animal-proof containers.
- Don’t tie tent ropes to trees or hang towels and clothing on them as this can ringbark and damage them.
- Remember other people may be sharing the area with you and keep noise to a minimum.
- Take all rubbish with you when you leave – even rubbish that has been left by others.
- At the end of each trip take a moment to refl ect. Think about how you could lessen your ‘footprint’ and ‘tread more softly’ on your next walk.