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Meet Your Hosts

Welcome to Wooyung Beach Holiday Park! We hope this becomes a very special place to your family as it has been for ours - in fact, the Park has been in Mark’s family since his grandparents bought it in the 1960s.

We’re really proud to be the current custodians of such a beautiful piece of the Northern Rivers, and we do our best to keep it in the simple, natural condition that we love it for.

To us, this means keeping our footprint and any development to a minimum, so the few facilities and buildings on site are as sustainable and self-sufficient as possible. We’ve planted eucalyptus trees for the koalas and huge areas of the bush are left undisturbed for the enjoyment of the native bird and wildlife population.

Along the same lines, we’re really passionate about providing a proper old-school camping experience, just like we had in the 1960s. An uncomplicated getaway that lets you switch off, light a campfire, and get the whole family together to make some happy memories.

You won’t find any roller coasters, but we’ll tell you the best places to take the surfboards. There’s no room service, but if you run up to reception you can buy an icy cup for 50 cents. On a hot day there is nothing better.

Simple, but really hits the spot. That’s us.

So if you need a break from the daily grind, this is the perfect spot to kick back. Surrounded by the bush and the sounds of the surf, it really feels like time slows down here. Come and experience it for yourself.

Great vibe in a great spot
Highly recommend this for a place to camp. The leafy nature makes the place feel more private than your typical camp ground. It's got close proximity to the beach (which is never that crowded). Also, the caretaker is bloody legend: I checked in after hours with no notice, on Easter Sunday - caretaker says "no problem". I asked for an unpowered site, but desperately needed to charge my laptop for a minute - "yep mate no worries". My van got bogged down in the sand across from the campground after I had already vacated - "no worries cobber, I'll be there in two shakes of a lamb's tail with a tractor equipped with enough torque to pull you out the Earth's mantle". I only regret not staying longer.
David , TripAdvisor