Absolute beachfront location with a fantastic range of cabins and lodges. There are plenty of combinations to choose from, all within a stones throw of the beach and offering comfortable accommodation for families or small groups.
At First Sun Holiday Park you need never take your car anywhere because everything is so close at hand. Choose from Self-contained Cabins, Lodges, Powered and Unpowered Caravan Sites and a shady camp area.
Our facilities are first class and the views towards The Wreck, Byron Lighthouse, Mt Warning and beyond, are only a few reasons why you should visit us.
Modern comforts and your communication needs are also well catered for. Your stay includes free wireless Internet usage (conditions apply) and a handy kiosk.
Our friendly staff can also assist you with tour bookings and bike and board hire.
Ian & Jodie Heiniger
First Sun Holiday Park
Byron Bay NSW 2481
T: 02 6685 6544
F: 02 6685 7046
E: [email protected]
Beautiful Byron Bay. The sun, sea and surf make it one of the most popular holiday destinations in Australia. Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park is one of Byron’s most popular holiday parks, offering visitors the choice of cabins, camping, powered sites and their eco friendly safari style camping tents. The tents provide a fun, hassle-free way to camp, without sacrificing modern comforts or being at the mercy of the weather. You can simply arrive and start camping – in style.
While the tents can cater for groups of up to eight people, it’s with families that they have already become popular. With no need to pack up the car or unload masses of camping gear, busy working parents can still take their children on a traditional camping holiday without any of the hassle. The interiors of the tents are all fully furnished in a relaxed, coastal style. Power, lighting and kitchen facilities are included, and some also have their own bathroom. Linen, blankets and pillows are all provided. Large, zip-up windows capture the ocean breezes in summer, and when closed keep the tent cosy in winter. Internal screens offer privacy between living room and bedroom areas and each tent also has its own private deck (complete with outdoor furniture) for alfresco dining, a quiet drink – or viewing the native wildlife!
So if you’re looking for a relaxed atmosphere, happy campers, kids riding bikes, friendly staff, trees rustling in the breeze and the sound of waves breaking as you drifted off to sleep each night, the Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park is perfect for your next holiday.
Ian & Jodie Heiniger
Suffolk Park NSW 2481
T: 02 6685 3353
F: 02 6685 3180
E: [email protected]
Base yourself at Rummery Park campground to enjoy the many walking, biking and horse riding trails in Whian Whian State Conservation area and Nightcap National Park.
|Camping type||Tent, Camper trailer site, Camping beside my vehicle|
|Facilities||Picnic tables, barbecue facilities, carpark, toilets|
|Bookings||Use a secure payment gateway to book online. Alternatively, please contact National Parks Contact Centre on 13000 PARKS (13000 72757). All reservations incur an additional 2.5% booking fee. Sites may only be occupied by the number of people specified in the reservation.|
Rummery Park campground is in the eastern precinct of Whian Whian State Conservation Area. To get there:
From the eastern park entrance (via Rosebank):
From the southern park entrance on Nightcap Range Road (via Dunoon):
Both entrances have directional signposting to the campground.
Check the weather before you set out as the road to this campground can become boggy when it rains.
Parking is available at Rummery Park campground, including several disabled car spaces.
There are lots of great things waiting for you in Whian Whian State Conservation Area. Here are some of the highlights.
The cooler months are great for enjoying some of the longer bushwalks available in both Whian Whian and the adjoining Nightcap National Park – Autumn/winter .
Bushwalking when many plant species are in bloom, such as bottlebrush, wattle and tea tree species along the creeks. Swimming in the Boggy Creek along the Boggy Creek walk The Freedom Marathon is an annual event held in spring .
When the weather heats up, swimming in Boggy Creek is a popular way to cool off.
28°C and 28°C
8°C and 18°C
There is a shared, covered cooking galley with tables, benches and wood fire BBQs.
Firewood is not provided and may not be collected from the park, so you’ll need to bring your own supply.
Arakwal blends the convenience of Byron Bay with the appeal of a secluded beach retreat, offering birdwatching, whale watching, swimming, fishing, and picnicking.
In 2001, a historic agreement was reached between the NSW State Government and the Byron Bay Arakwal Aboriginal community. Arakwal National Park is the result and has many guises today: it’s an important part of Aboriginal heritage; it’s a haven for migratory birds and animals; and it’s a gift to travellers looking to escape the chaos of the thriving holiday town.
Co-managed by NPWS and its traditional owners, Arakwal features 3km of gorgeous beach bordered by sand dunes and rich coastal heath. All of this is just a stone’s throw from the towering white icon of Cape Byron Lighthouse, meaning it’s closer to the town than it feels.
Bring a towel for swimming or surfing. Once you walk out of the carpark and onto the sand, you’ll forget all about Byron Bay and focus upon the birds and whale watching in the vast Pacific Ocean, which stretches as far as you can see.
From Byron Bay:
Check out the Bicycle information for NSW website for more information.
For information about public transport options, visit the NSW country transport info website.
There are lots of great things waiting for you in Arakwal National Park. Here are some of the highlights.
Watch from the beach as humpback whales pass by on their way home from the Great Barrier Reef to Antarctica, many with calves.
Take a dip at Tallow Beach to cool off from the summer heat.
Now, the humpback whales are heading north, migrating to the Great Barrier Reef for the cooler months. Don’t forget the binoculars.
20.3°C and 27.2°C
12°C and 19.8°C
(02) 6620 9300
Contact hours: 8.30am-4.30pm Monday to Friday