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Tourist Parks we love

The NSW South Coast is home to many beautiful coastal towns with  spectacular coast lines and amazing scenery.

Glamping Out have done the hard work for you and found the best tourist parks to Glamp Out at while visiting the South Coast so you can enjoy what the South Coast has to offer as soon as you arrive.

Many of the Tourist parks on the NSW South Coast are situated near crystal clear waters, relaxing beaches and beautiful national parks. These unique places all make the South Coast a great place for your next escape.

Culburra Beach Tourist Park

Situated on Culburra Beach, at the mouth of the Crookhaven and Shoalhaven Rivers, Culburra Beach Tourist Park offers superb access to one of Australia’s finest deepwater and estuarine fishing areas.This park is great for families and fishers alike and offers great recreational facilities for kids of all ages- including a splash pad, mini gold, jumping pillow and play equipment.

Currarong Beachside Holiday Park

Currarong Beachside Holiday Park is situated on the northern edge of Jervis Bay Marine Park. Nestled amongst the creek, the beach and the sleepy coastal village of Currarong, the park is a short stroll to the Warrian Beach, Currarong Creek, the general store, bowling club and the well-known Zac’s Fish and Chips.

Grady's Riverside Retreat

Grady's could not have put it better- The picturesque banks of the Shoalhaven River play host to the perfect escape from the burdens of city life. Only 2 hours from Sydney but feels like a world away. Amongst the trees and under the clear blue sky, sit around your campfire and allow yourself the time to reflect, reconnect, and revel in nature's abundance

Shoalhaven Heads Tourist Park

Don't want to share an amenities block with other campers? This park has the option of campsites with your own private ensuite, and not to mention the beach is right out the back gate!

Huskisson White Sands Tourist Park

Sit back and listen to the waves crash with your water view powered campsite at White Sands. Close to Booderee National park, local cruises, restaurants, shops, cafes and boutique shops.

Coral Tree Lodge Greenwell Point

Do you want a very quiet escape and love fishing? This is the park for you. They have their own boat ramp, so bring your boat and head out for the day and head back and cook your catch in the camp kitchen. Within walking distance to the local bowling club if you would prefer to dine out.

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