BIG4 Holiday Parks in South Coast

BIG4 Holiday Parks in South Coast

New South Wales, Australia

With an almost exorbitant collection of astonishing beaches and myriad treasure-packed national parks, New South Wales’ South Coast is a region of immense attraction.

Water is a dominant theme. Aside from beaches there are enticing lakes and rivers, and many of the aforementioned national parks provide some of the best coastal views.

Large centres mix with pleasant villages and BIG4 has abundant self-contained cabins, caravan, and campsite accommodation scattered all along the South Coast of New South Wales. Head to Batemans Bay, Broulee, Burrill Lake, Eden, Lake Conjola, Merimbula, Merimbula Beach, Moruya Heads, Narooma, Pambula Beach, and Tathra.

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Overview

With an almost exorbitant collection of astonishing beaches and myriad treasure-packed national parks, New South Wales’ South Coast is a region of immense attraction.

Water is a dominant theme. Aside from beaches there are enticing lakes and rivers, and many of the aforementioned national parks provide some of the best coastal views.

Large centres mix with pleasant villages and BIG4 has abundant self-contained cabins, caravan, and campsite accommodation scattered all along the South Coast of New South Wales. Head to Batemans Bay, Broulee, Burrill Lake, Eden, Lake Conjola, Merimbula, Merimbula Beach, Moruya Heads, Narooma, Pambula Beach, and Tathra.

Things to See and Do in South Coast

South Coast beaches suit all manner of water leisure, including surfing, swimming, snorkelling, and fishing. Among the many prized picks are Merimbula-Pambula, Broulee Beach at Batemans Bay, and Hyams Beach and Green Patch in the Jervis Bay area.

Montague Island Nature Reserve, just offshore from Narooma, is a top choice for diving. It attracts a large fur seal colony, and swimming with these incredible creatures is an electrifying experience.

Whale-watching opportunities are plentiful in the South Coast. Join a cruise to view these imposing animals at the likes of Eden, Huskisson, and Merimbula.

Another superb cruise option is to glide along the Clyde River, departing from Batemans Bay.

Nature glistens in the South Coast, and national parks and state forests reveal all manner of gems: rocky coastlines, uncrowded beaches, awe-inspiring coastal views, historical finds and much more. Among the leaders are Mimosa Rocks National Park, near Bega, which has quirky rock formations; Deua National Park, accessed from Moruya, which includes a massive chasm called the Big Hole; and Booderee National Park, between Nowra and Ulladulla, which is of great Aboriginal significance.

To diversify the holiday experience, visit myriad South Coast museums and galleries. Among standout attractions are the Killer Whale Museum in Eden, the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Nowra, the Lady Denman Maritime Museum and Gallery at Huskisson, and the Bega Cheese Heritage Centre at Bega.

Don’t forget to wander around picturesque Mogo, a former gold-mining village that’s only minutes from Batemans Bay.