Scotts Head Caravan Park
Phone: 61-2 6569 8122 Freecall: 1800 821 545 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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If you’re after a relaxed holiday, if you like to be close to nature, then Scotts Head Holiday Park is the place for you. Beautiful Forster Beach (Main Beach) with its spectacular headland is only a minute’s stroll away providing easy access to swimming, surfing and fishing. If you enjoy walking there are paths over the headland where magnificent coastal views can be savoured plus you can walk 11km along the beach between Scotts Head and Nambucca.
The village atmosphere of Scotts Head is popular amongst visitors and locals with cafes, restaurants and shopping. If you are looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life then Scotts Head Holiday Park is perfect for you.
Dog friendly (on sites in off peak season only)* conditions apply.
Located adjacent to beautiful Forster Beach (Main Beach) with its spectacular headland, Scotts Head Holiday Park offers a relaxed holiday in a “back to nature” setting. Guests enjoy hours spent on the beach just a minute’s walk from their accommodation and have quick access to the walking paths over the headland where magnificent coastal views can be enjoyed. Nearby (1–2 minute walk) are cafes and the Scotts Head Bowling Club. Dogs are only permitted on tourist sites and are not allowed in or near cabins. Off Peak Season Only.
A newly erected viewing platform near the base of the headland allows easy access to whale watching activities. People of all ages make the most of this area at any time of year. Whale watching season occurs between May and October. upervised activities for children during school holidays eg: Karaoke, Movie Nights, Bocce’ & Beach Volleyball.
Non Smoking, Motorhome Friendly, Boat Ramp, BBQ Area, Camp Kitchen, Wheelchair Access, Childrens Bathroom, Fishing Available, Internet Access, Wifi, Laundry Facilities, Linen Hire, Pet Friendly, Sewer Dump Point, Sullage, Credit Card, Tourists Only
Scotts Head can be seen across the mouth of the river at Nambucca Heads but to get there by car, it’s 10km off the Pacific Highway and about a 15-minute drive south of Macksville.