Holiday & Caravan Park in Mid-North Coast
Not Dog Friendly
In and around Harrington Beach Holiday & Caravan Park
Distance from park: Various Lengths
Km’s of pristine beaches for long walks, 4WD friendly & great to get away for a secluded picnic or fishing trip. There are also good surf breaks to suit beginners & more experienced riders. Crowdy Bay Beach is patrolled through the warmer season and provides a calm and safe environment for families and small children to get their toes wet.
Distance from park: 90.3km
Well worth the drive to Port Macquarie to visit the award winning Billabong Zoo. You can get up-close and personal to Australian and exotic animals in this friendly 10 acre Koala and Wildlife Park. Enjoy 13 free Zoo Keeper Talks throughout the day. Book one-on-one Up-close Animal encounters : Koalas, Cheetahs, Snow Leopards, Red Pandas, Meerkats, Penguins & Snakes. Great Zoo Cafe and Zoo Shop. Open every day, 9am-5pm. Rain or shine. Billabong Zoo, Port Macquarie just 2 minutes off the Pacific Highway.
Distance from park: 15km
Cattai Wetlands is a hidden gem about 10 minutes’ drive out of Harrington. With over 180 species of birds, kangaroo’s, wallabies and goannas and many walking tracks this award winning coastal wetland is a must see.
Distance from park: 1.5km
Club Harrington offers not only men and women’s lawn bowls but a host of social events and live music on most Friday and Saturday nights. The club runs its own family-friendly bistro that serves modern Australian Cuisine.
Distance from park: 4.5km
Improve your golf swing at the Harrington Waters Golf Course, a 9 hole course with 18 separate tees and is a par 72. Designed around natural waters and lakes, the course is challenging but suitable for players of all levels. The Club House Cafe offering light meals and snacks is also a perfect spot to relax after a day on the green.
Distance from park: 50km
Diamond Head located in Crowdy Bay National Park and is thought to draw its name from the way it sparkles in the sunlight due to the quartz crystals in the cliffs. The Diamond Head loop walk is a great way to experience the wonder of this national park. The walk takes around 2 hours and passes through forests and sandy beaches as well as offering exceptional views from Kylie’s lookout.
Distance from park: 22km
Located in Moorland, Tactical Paintball Games is an all new paintball field for the Mid North Coast. The fields have been designed by players for maximum fun in mind - from stands of trees and natural bush areas to parkland like level grassed playing fileds with creeks, bridges, buildings, bunkers, inflatable tournament field and more.
Distance from park: 7km
The Crowdy Head Lighthouse sits within the Crowdy Head National Park. From the area around the Lighthouse experience the panoramic views north beyond Diamond Head and to the south see as far as Seal Rocks. During May to July whales are often seen in the area as they migrate north to warmer waters, and again during August to October.
Join us every Tuesday, 10am for fresh scones with jam and cream and a cup of tea at the camp kitchen. Enjoy a locally made scone and a catch up with old and new friends.
Distance from park: 85km
Well worth the 90min drive from Harrington Ellenborough Falls is one of the longest single drop waterfall in the southern hemisphere. Enjoy the picturesque views of the 200m free fall drop from the lookout at the top, or take the timbered walkway (641 steps) to the bottom of the falls.
Taree's own Skydiving NSW Drop Zone. Experience the ultimate adrenaline sport with Tandem Skydive jumps from 6,000 to 14,000 feet.
Experience spectacular views of the coast, river and valley as you jump out over the beautiful Manning Valley. Freefall for up to 60 seconds with highly experienced instructors to guide you through the most unbelievable and thrilling experience of your life!
Take up the option of video and/or pictures. Your instructor has the camera with him to film all aspects of your skydive.
Flights leave from Taree Airport.
11 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020
It is with much disappointment that we have had to cancel our Easter Holiday Activities in park at this time but don’t worry there’s still heaps of fun to be had! Check back soon to be a part of our very first Online Kids Club.
Due to a Government directive, we are currently unable to accept tourist bookings. However, we are here to help if you are unable to return to your permanent residence and are in need of respite accommodation.
Restrictions vary between States and Territories, and we may also be able to assist if you are an essential worker or seeking a safe place to self-isolate. If you would like to contact us to make a booking, please call (02) 6556 1228.
We are operating a little differently at the moment in our reception, if you are unable to get through please leave a message with the park and we will call you back as soon as possible.
The safety of our guests and staff is of the utmost importance. From changes to check-in procedures to closure of shared facilities and increased sanitation practices, we have implemented a range of measures to ensure the wellbeing of guests and staff. For more info see: https://www.discoveryholidayparks.com.au/travel-information
If you have a booking with us before 30 April and need to postpone, converting your booking to a credit is as easy as clicking here.