Norah Head Holiday Park NSW

Campsite Description

Norah Head Holiday Park is located in national park on a beautiful headland boasting Norah Head lighthouse. The park is walking distance to a number of lookouts and beaches including Soldiers Beach, internationally famous in the surfing world and a children's rockpool. Norah Head shopping precinct provides local ambience and restaurants and cafes that are popular with both visitors and locals.


Surfing, fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, jet skiing, boating, bushwalking, cycling, parasailing, relaxing and barbeques with family and friends. Norah Head Holiday Park is just a short drive to The Entrance, a great place to eat out or just relax and enjoy the view. Visitors could consider using the park on their way to the Hunter Valley to enjoy the wineries and to go ballooning over the area.

Types of accommodation powered tourist sites powered drive through tourist sites powered ensuite tourist sites the Jabiru cabins sleep up to six persons the Sandpiper spa cabins are especially designed for a couple the Pelican & Osprey cabins are very popular with families and sleep up to six persons the Sheerwater cabin is designed for disabled use and sleeps up to six persons the Kingfisher spa cabin sleeps two couples.

All cabins are fully self-contained with kitchen and bathroom/s, air-conditioned, and have TV, DVD and Foxtel. Most linen is provided, check with reception prior to arrival.

Norah Head Holiday Park offers an increasingly popular weekend package for all cabin types, which includes midday check in on Friday, two nights cabin accommodation and 5pm check out on Sunday. Subject to availability.

How to get to here

By car: Take the Toukley exit from the Sydney-Newcastle freeway. Follow Sparks Road to the coast. Turn right onto Wilfred Barret Drive at the roundabout (just past St Mary's Primary School on your left). Turn immediate left into Bungary Road. At the end of Bungary Road, turn right onto Victoria Street, where you will find the Norah Head Holiday Park sign and entrance to the park.

By public transport: visit or phone 131500 transport info line for up to date public transport information and routes.


Baby facilities: change tables are provided in amenity blocks. All cabins are fully self-contained.
Wheelchair access: wheelchair access throughout the park. The sheerwater cabin is designed for disabled use and is wheelchair friendly.
Internet access: free wireless internet access is available to all guests staying in Norah Head Holiday Park.
Other: boat and bicycle hire nearby.

Best time to visit

All year round: fishing and surfing
April to October: whale watching season
October to March: most popular beach season

Campsite Features

Non 4WD Access
Water Available
Drinking Water
BBQ/Cooking Facilities