Shaws Bay Holiday Park - East Ballina NSW
The Shaws Bay Holiday Park is located at 1 Brighton Street East Ballina. The park has 74 tourist sites and all but 2 of these are powered. Resident Managers are Jordan and Rachel. Shaws Bay Holiday Park is nestled at the mouth of the Richmond River on the protected waters of Shaws Bay. This park is handy to the Ballina CBD, with the modern conveniences of nearby local stores and the Shaws Bay Hotel. It's just a short stroll to beautiful surfing beaches and, with its spectacular waterway location, offers an amazing choice of activities including swimming, surfing, windsurfing, boating, sailing and fishing. Accommodation ranges from powered waterfront sites to self contained cabins. The park offers a recreation room, clean amenities, dump points, and is adjacent to waterfront parkland offering BBQ's and children's swings - a great place for a family picnic.
Photos on this page were supplied by the Caravan Park in September 2010 and by Shez and Ant in May 2014 . Click here
to view historic photos of the park taken in 2005.
REGION: > NSW > North Coast > Northern Rivers > East Ballina
Shez and Ant
Gold coast qld
Simple but nice open roomy park right next to the water at Shaws bay. Well grassed throughout the park with one way sealed roads. Very few trees and no shade to sites. Boom gate entrance. Camp kitchen and laundry not close to any sites. 2 Amenities blocks but only one of these is close to some sites. Basic but clean well maintained play ground. No pool. A few holiday caravans but are neat and tidy. No permanents. Several different styles of nice cabins to choose from. Powered sites along water with slabs, powered sites behind with slabs and grassed powered sites. But because these are slightly elevated can catch glimpses of the water. There is only 1 BBQ hut with 2 BBQs and one picnic table. Easy walk along water front to break wall and fishing and easy walk to skate board park across the bridge. The town of Ballina has good shopping only minutes away with supermarkets and Big W and K mart.
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