Discover locations like no other with Crown Holiday Parks


August 12, 2015

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A variety of high quality holiday accommodation is available at NSW Crown Holiday Parks.

An enviable range of holiday accommodation is provided by NSW Crown Holiday Parks for those wanting to experience the best the state has to offer.

The parks boast affordable, safe and high quality camping facilities, caravans and cabins at inland and coastal destinations.

Discover Inland Waters Holiday Parks where visitors can fish, cycle, fossick, bush walk or water ski in picturesque locations.

Birds and wildlife abound and travellers can linger along the way to experience the wineries, find about unusual fossils, explore fascinating indigenous culture, or call in at a pub to yarn with the locals.

The region boasts an array of fine cuisine, craft breweries and fresh gourmet produce to be enjoyed en route.

The Inland water parks of Grabine Lakeside and Wyangla Waters offer spectacular walking tracks with lakeside scenery and abundant inland fishing.

There are many ramps and access points to the waterways and visitors are almost guaranteed to bag a fish.

Silver and golden perch, trout and Murray cod are in large numbers within the 42km of waterways.

Inland Waters Holiday Parks Burrinjuck Waters is located among the rich rural tapestry of cool climate wineries.

This park is known for its wildlife and beautiful bush walks, and offers generous campsites and comfortable cabins.

It is the perfect base to explore the charming heritage buildings of Yass or the surrounding villages brimming with character.

Holiday makers on the wallaby can head south along the NSW coast to enjoy the delights of Bermagui and Eden, one of the best vantage points for the annual whale migration.

Right in the heart of the humpback highway, this rugged and beautiful coastline is a game fishing paradise, offering some of the best seafood fresh from the trawlers.

North Coast Holiday Parks staff will be at Henty Machinery Field Days for the first time this year helping visitors discover locations like no other.

 

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