Ingenia Holidays Shoalhaven Heads

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Pet friendly

About the park

You’ll need to point your bonnet an hour and half south of Sydney to find Ingenia Holidays Shoalhaven Heads, tucked away on the New South Wales South Coast.

Fill your days exploring the coastal charm of this community, fishing Shoalhaven River, beach-combing Seven Mile Beach (just one kilometre away) or visiting the eight different local wineries all found within a cork’s pop of the holiday park.

When you’re onsite, the park has plenty to keep small travellers entertained – from movie and games nights, a school holiday program, along with pool, go-kart hire and children’s playground – which run all year round.

Choose between cabins or campsites scattered across this leafy holiday park to allow for more space between holiday makers.

No matter which you check into, you can leave your alarm clock behind for this beachside stay, the colourful parrots you’ll share the park with take care of the daily wakeup call for guests.

47 Shoalhaven Heads Road, Shoalhaven Heads NSW
02 4448 7270

Accommodation options at Shoalhaven Heads

Ingenia Holidays Shoalhaven Heads Cabins 2


We offer a range of accommodation options in various shapes and sizes, including standard cabins, deluxe cabins and spa cabins.

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Ingenia Holidays Shoalhaven Heads Sites


We have a limited number of powered sites located throughout the park.

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