Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff

4.2 (175)
Pet friendly

About the park

Nestled on the northern coastline of New South Wales, you’ll find Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff perched on a peninsula of the Tweed Coast, with the Tweed River in its front garden and Kingscliff Beach out the back.

The park is a bucket and spade’s throw from the golden sand of Kingscliff Beach, a 2.5km stroll from the centre of town and a short walk from the iconic Tweed River, making it the perfect base for your next coastal escape.

Settle into caravan, camping or cabin accommodation privately scattered across its 10 acres of subtropical gardens and make Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff your home base for holiday adventure.

Onsite, you’ll find all the usual Ingenia Holidays amenities like a resort-style swimming pool, playground and games room for little ones, and then there’s camp kitchens, laundries and WiFi for mum and dad too.

With world famous beaches on its doorstep, it’s no surprise this holiday park books out well in advance, so bookings are essential, especially over summer.

Pack your swimmers along with your appetite. When you’re not exploring the Kingscliff coastline, we have a suspicion you’ll outsource the holiday cooking with so many places to eat along Kingscliff’s main street.

46 Wommin Bay Road, Chinderah NSW
02 6674 2505

Accommodation options at Kingscliff

Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff Cabins


We offer a variety of cabin accommodation to suit all people on all budgets – from two bedroom cabins through to studios, we have something to suit every traveller. Our cabins are centrally located within the park, close to the parks amenities and facilities.

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Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff Sites


Enjoy the peace and quiet of our caravan and tent sites. All of our sites are powered and beautifully landscaped; we offer ensuite sites with private bathroom facilities and a number of different sized concrete slab and grass sites.

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