With 1.5km of absolute lake frontage in the centre of Myall Lakes National Park.
Myall Shores Holiday Park is set on 1.5km of absolute lakefront in the centre of the Myall Lakes National Park. It's just a 20 minute drive from Bulahdelah and it's the ideal location for a relaxing getaway or water sports holiday.
Whether it’s a luxury villa, grassy camp site or caravan site or a glamping safari tent, you’ll find accommodation to suit your style. The national park is a Ramsar protected wetland and you’ll be sharing it with kangaroos, wallabies, possums, koalas, hundreds of bird species and more.
When you’re not simply relaxing and taking it all in, enjoy bush walking, bike riding, swimming, fishing and a number of secluded ocean beaches right at your doorstep.
From villas to camping sites our Myall Lakes accommodation deals can’t be matched. Deals start at $27 per night and range from luxury waterfront spa villas, lake front villas and glamping tents to powered waterfront and unpowered grass van camping sites.
Myall Shores Holiday Park is part of the magnificent Myall Lakes National Park, one of Australia’s most unique and significant eco-systems and there are a large range of activities and attractions on offer close to our caravan park from bush walking and kayaking to cruising the vast waterways.
Also located on the grounds is the Barefoot Cafe. Sit on the deck and overlook the waterways while enjoying a glass of wine, fish and chips or gourmet pizza. Open 7 days a week from 10am to 7pm during summer and 10am to 6pm during winter.
What did others have to say?
5 months ago
Definitely worth 3 nights at a minimum. Really remote and yet very convenient. The Cafe is good and staff is most helpful. Pitch your tent here I'd recommend. Lots of trails to walk on or better bring your own boat and let it anchor in the middle of the lake..
3 months ago
Booked one night unpowered camp site and was amazed with the facilities. BBQ areas and amenities were clean and just ready to use. Lights were on until midnight. Had lovely time although lots of mosquitoes so better be prepared. The rest was all just fine and enjoyable.
4 months ago
Beautiful campsite. We had a waterfront powered site and it is indeed waterfront. The facilities are super clean and cleverly done ie you get a little room with a sink a toilet and a shower so you don’t have fight for sink space. Highly recommend we will be back. There is roughly 4km of gravel road to get there but it is in very good condition and our 2wd camper had no issues.
Sarah Townsend (Saries08)
6 months ago
Stayed on a river side site in a tent and I think we lucked out and got the best site in the entire park. Perfect access to our own private little beach, plenty of tree coverage and not too far from the park and bathrooms. The grounds were spotless and full of wildlife. The bathrooms were spotless and the food and coffee from the café was great. Downsides was the road in. The ferry wasn't operating at all so that road was pretty awful even in a SUV. Lots of potholes over the dirt road. If it wasn't for the road - this would be a regular camping spot for sure. It is also part of the National Park too so no campfires or pets allowed.
3 months ago
Very disappointing not to have wifi at our campsite. Our site & those all around us were very muddy the whole time we were there. The bathroom was quite good except the water from the showers encroached onto the drying area!