About the park
This northern New South Wales hotspot needs no introduction. Byron Bay attracts some two million visitors to its sandy shores each year. To see what makes this beach holiday destination so alluring, stay amongst Ingenia Holidays Byron Bay’s 28 acres of parklands which fronts onto the famous Tallow Beach.
As Byron’s largest accommodation provider (with 155 campsites and 52 cabins), there’s no shortage of space or style of accommodation (from DIY to architecturally designed villas) to settle in for a while. Being a short five-minute drive out of downtown Byron, you’ll be close enough to the action, yet far enough away to feel like you can truly unwind.
You won’t just share the park with human neighbours; it’s not uncommon to spot wallabies, echidnas, koalas, native birds and even whales during migration season from the park’s footprint. In between wildlife spotting and doing what visitors do best at Byron – taking the Lighthouse walk, indulging in local café culture or swimming its famous shoreline – explore the park’s facilities which include a retro swimming pool, café, games room and playground.
- Brazier Friendly
- Caravan Sites
- Motorhome Sites
- Powered Ensuite Sites
- WiFi (fee may apply)
- Swimming Pool
- Jump Pad
- Games Room
- BBQ Facilities
- Camp Kitchen
- Restaurant or Cafe
- Laundry Facilities
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