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South West Rocks Tourist Park
South West Rocks Tourist Park is a tranquil and spacious haven for relaxation and enjoyment. Our park is located on a scenic tidal waterway, only a short stroll to the main town centre. South West Rocks Tourist Park is AAA rated a 4 star park, with large spacious sites, waterfront reserve, playground, pool, games/TV room and accommodation ranging from Studio to 4.5 star villas. We are a pet friendly park with the sites only and only during the off-season.
South West Rocks Tourist Park offers canoe hire for our guests to use along the scenic tidal waterway or fishing along the reserve area. While in South West Rocks you must visit the historic trial bay Gaol and see the stunning views from the Smokey Cape Lighthouse or dive the popular Fish Rock Cave, or relax with a walk along the pristine beaches.
Types of accommodation
South West Rocks Tourist Park offers a wide range of spacious sites and cabins to suit all budgets.
How to get to here
South West Rocks Tourist Park is located on the mid-north coast of NSW. We are 1 hour north of Port Macquarie adn 1 hour 20 mins south of Coffs Harbour. Take the Plummers Lane exit off the Pacific Highway, which is a 15 mins drive into the town of South West Rocks.
Best time to visit
Any time is a great time to visit South West Rocks Tourist Park.
|• Baby facilities||• BBQ||• Boat ramp|
|• Camp kitchen||• Disabled access||• Gas cylinders|
|• Internet to hire||• Kids playground||• Pet friendly|
|• Pool||• Sullage available|
|• Bungalow with sea view/water view||• Cabin with balcony/outdoor deck||• Camping site with park facilities|
|• Powered site||• Unpowered site|
|• Air conditioning||• Balcony/verandah||• Fridge/Freezer|
|• Hair dryer||• Linen to hire||• Shower|
|• Spa||• Washing machine and dryer|
|• Beaches||• Canoeing/kayaking||• Dolphin/whale watching|
|• Dining out||• Fishing||• Golfing|
|• Nature, parks and wildlife||• Rivers, lakes and waterways||• Scuba diving/snorkeling|
|• Surfing||• Walk trails|