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BIG4 Holiday Parks In New South Wales

A World-Famous Harbour and Epic Coastline

All Parks in Greater Sydney are not able to open until 11.59pm Friday, 30 July 2021:
BIG4 affiliated Parks that are affected (and can only accept essential travellers over this period):

  • NRMA Sydney Lakeside Holiday Park
  • Ingenia Holidays Nepean River

Caravan parks and camping grounds in Greater Sydney must close to members of the public except for:

  • permanent residents or other people who have no other place of permanent residence, and their visitors (sites are limited to 5 visitors)
  • people who were staying there immediately before 6pm, 26 June 2021 and who are continuing to stay there under a booking that was made before 6pm that date and has not been extended after that date.
Everyone currently staying in a caravan park or camping ground in Greater Sydney must follow the stay-at-home rules unless they have a reasonable excuse to leave, such as:
  • Shopping for food or other essential goods and services
  • Attending work, or education, where they cannot work or study from their accommodation
  • Exercise outdoors in groups of 10 or fewer
  • Seeking medical care or for compassionate reasons.

These people can also leave their accommodation if the period of their booking expires, and they go directly to their place of residence or other temporary accommodation, and they continue to comply with the stay-at-home rules. They can also leave their accommodation early if they wish to go home and comply with the stay-at-home rules at their place of residence. 

Parks outside Greater Sydney: 
The following rules apply to all regional NSW Parks:

  • Face masks are required in all non residential indoor areas
  • Premises like pools, gyms and communal areas, camp kitchens, games rooms must apply the 1 person per 4 square metres rule.
  • Anyone who has been in Greater Sydney on or after 21 June 2021 must follow the stay-at-home orders for a period of 14 days from the date they were last in Greater Sydney.
    The following rules must be adhered to in all regional NSW parks:

Interstate Visitors
It is strongly advised to check your current state rules and regulations with regards to re-entering your state after visiting NSW.
It is now compulsory for anyone travelling to NSW who has been in Victoria in the previous 14 days to complete a NSW entry
 declaration form which is available on the Service NSW website, and can be completed in the 24-hour period before entering NSW or on arrival.
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*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more on the latest COVID-19 information in New South Wales please see the More information 

A World-Famous Harbour and Epic Coastline
When it comes to holidaying in New South Wales, prepare to be spoiled for choice. The state has some of the greatest holiday spots and a mammoth selection of prime tourist experiences.

BIG4 Holiday Parks offers family-friendly cabin accommodation, caravan sites, and camping throughout New South Wales.


Check out our pet friendly parks here

Sydneysiders think they live in the best place in the world, and with the city’s famous harbour, bridge, and Opera House as a centrepiece, it’s easy to see why. Australia’s most populous city, Sydney features buzzing events, world-class attractions, epic coastline, and a vibe so gripping that it’s hard to let go.

This sense of ‘the best’ filters its way out to the rest of the state, with prized destinations lined all along NSW’s south, central, and north coasts. Decorated beaches, lakes, and other waterways are dotted all over and cater to abundant aquatic fun.

While it’s easy to gravitate towards the coast, head inland and uncover endless highlights. Some of Australia’s best national parks – replete with stunning waterfalls and sprawling rainforest – share space alongside alluring wine regions such as the Hunter, Mudgee, and New England.

It all entwines with renowned ski fields in the Snowy Mountains region, while the NSW section of the Murray River is sprinkled with history-rich towns and regional cities that ooze a relaxing vibe.

And where NSW offers an unforgettable experience, there’s bound to be a BIG4 holiday park nearby.

Looking for a holiday for all seasons? Look no further than NSW.

Stay your way at a BIG4 Park in New South Wales

Holiday Parks in New South Wales

BIG4 has an extensive selection of holiday parks in NSW with many situated in prime locations that include coastal and riverside settings as well as major centres. BIG4 parks stretch from Eden in the south of NSW all the way north to Tweed Heads and inland to the banks of the Murray River. The assortment of holiday parks means there is ample opportunity to explore NSW with BIG4.

Camping in New South Wales

Whether you’re looking for cheap campsites in NSW or luxury or glamping options, BIG4 has you covered. We have a huge offering of campgrounds from the top of the state to its south – and everywhere in between. Those looking for dog-friendly camping grounds in NSW are well-catered for too. When you want to camp, all roads lead to BIG4.

Cabins and Villas in New South Wales

Looking for cabin accommodation in NSW? You’ve come to the right place. BIG4 has a vast collection of cabins to suit all budgets, from basic options to luxury villas. In contrast to motels, a stay in a BIG4 cabin allows you plenty of flexibility backed by loads of top-class amenities and facilities and a friendly atmosphere. Whatever your style, BIG4 has a cabin in NSW that’s perfect for your stay.

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