North Coast Holiday Park Seal Rocks - Seal Rocks NSW
North Coast Holiday Park Seal Rocks is a great place to relax. Enjoy the peaceful fishing village of Seal Rocks with its warm atmosphere. Located directly across the road from the spectacular Number One Beach, the park provides hire of paddle boards and kayaks to enable you to visit with the dolphins. There is great surfing and the diving with the grey nurse shark population is not to be missed. The lighthouse is an easy walk from the park with amazing views. The perfect place to watch the whales pass by. This is a spacious flat park with free Wi-Fi, great surfing, fishing and diving, with 4WD access to National Park. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. Photos on this page were taken very late on the afternoon of 5th July 2011.
Recent photos and reviews on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Darlene Collins in September 2015 and Shez of Coopernook in July 2016.
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Ok I have more info on the park now. I have a huge gripe which we were not impressed with about the park. The showers (only 3 in each male and female) are timed and the push button for the hot water is on the outside of the cubical. You would think that you could put a towel around you and open the door and press it again but no! You can not press for a certain amount of time so you either have to wait for god knows how long for it to reset or finish your shower using cold water! While we understand why this is done like this there is no time given for how long the hot water runs for and no warning when it is about to run out. It is for this reason we would not come back to this park. You go away to relax and have fun and this takes the shine off it a bit. Most other parks do not have this annoying feature. No mobile phone service in the park you can only get it up the top of the light house or a bit on the beach. Otherwise staff were friendly and the park is starting to look good even while the upgrade is going on. Well equipped camp kitchen. No pool.
Caravan park is still going through an upgrade. We noticed the powered sites are at the rear of the park and some cabins at the front. Haven't stayed here yet but will be when the upgrade is finished. Watch this space..............!
We went up to sugar loaf light house and that was amazing. The last bit up to the lighthouse was very steep but take your time and its so well worth the effort. Great spot to see whales. Seal rocks is lovely spot. Road is sealed now but be careful if you have a very large rig, roads are a little narrow.
We just returned from staying at Seal Rocks (Sept 2015). The park has made big improvements since we were there in 2011. New facilities, level sites and the road into Seal Rocks is now bitumen. The park is now a North Coast Caravan Park. Clean and lovely. We were lucky enough to see a healthy looking dingo walk through the park. Love it.
Albany Creek Qld
My wife and I visited this park in July 2012 (yes, this month) and found that although it is in an excellent location, the facilities are terrible. There is no water at the van sites, no sullage, van site was not very level, the hot water for the showers require you to get undressed before pushing a button outsite the cubicle; the hot water lasts for 5 minutes. We had to go to the office to enquire about this facility, meaning it was not mentioned on booking in nor was it on the park layout/rules sheet. it would appear that effort is put into the "very modern cabins" which is where the money is. We won't bother going there again. This is a two star park!
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