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    Just South of Ulladulla you’ll find Lake Tabourie Tourist Park. Situated between the lake and the beach and a close to Pigeon House Mountain, Lake Tabourie offers beachfront cabins and powered sites with sweeping views across to Crampton Island. Paddle your canoe in the calm waters of Lake Tabourie, or drop a line in and try your luck with fishing. Surf the break or beach fish on Wairo beach. Stay during winter and you may be lucky enough to witness the whale migration from the deck of a beach ... Read more house. Or enjoy the uncrowded winter surf swell.

    Just off the Princes Hwy and not far from Sussex Inlet you’ll find Swan Lake Tourist Village in the sleepy south coast village of Cudmirrah. With easy access to Swan Lake the park is a great destination for those into water skiing, jet skiing, canoeing, kayaking or fishing. Cudmirrah Beach offers great surfing and in summer is patrolled by lifegaurds. KIDS UNDER 12 STAY FREE all year round (including over peak season).

    Situated between the mighty Shoalhaven River and magnificent Seven Mile Beach, the award winning Shoalhaven Heads Tourist Park is the ideal spot for your next beach holiday. Whether camping or caravanning, you will enjoy the choice of powered, ensuite, or river front slab sites. Our spacious riverfront cabins offer spectacular views across the Shoalhaven River, while the Park offers an abundance of activities for the whole family including mini golf, tennis, games room, fishing and surfing.

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    Located on Red Point Headland our park offers easy access to Inyadda surf beach and the calm waters of Boat Harbour and Washerwomans Beaches. Bendalong is ideal for a traditional family camping holiday with an abundance of shady campsites. Don't forget to bring the boat along for a day of fishing or boating. The boat ramp is located adjacent to the park on the Northern side of the headland and boat washing facilities are located in the park for your convenience. The park is also home to families ... Read more of kangaroos, possums, native birds including rosellas and kookaburras. meet the stingrays when come in to feed at the boat ramp as the fisherman return.

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