Celebrate Father’s Day at Byron Holiday Park

Posted by admin | August 1, 2017 | Byron Bay, Camping

Celebrating this Father’s Day at Byron Holiday Park? We have some top camping tips to make your stay unforgettable.

It’s an Aussie Tradition

Father’s Day in Australia is traditionally celebrated with family in the great outdoors. If this is how you’re planning on celebrating this year, Byron Holiday Park is the perfect choice. Here is a list of ‘must do’ camping tips to ensure your stay is one to remember.

Spoil Dad this Father’s Day!

Does setting up a tent seem too hard? Or do you just want to spoil dad on his big day? Then why not try one of our cabins or villas? We have a range to suit every requirement and they are more affordable than you think!

Camping with Power OR Without

Byron Holiday Park offers camping options for both. You can opt for a simple tent, or a complete camper van with adjacent shower and toilet facilities for added convenience

Leave Your Gear at Home

If you decide to camp we offer every convenience to make your stay a breeze. Think state of the art camp kitchens – no need to bring your BBQ. We’ll provide a fridge and even free eggs from our chooks. Our onsite café has you covered for when no one feels like cooking! We even have bikes for hire!

Go Barbequing

Byron Holiday Park offers excellent barbequing facilities. Whether you’re staying in a cabin or enjoying one of our grassy camp sites, our high-quality BBQs make cooking for dad easy. And tell dad to leave his esky at home! Our cabins offer designer kitchens with state of the art facilities. We also supply fridges for campers.

Visit the Byron Farmers Market

Head into town from Byron Holiday Park to the Byron Farmers Market. The Farmers Market is bursting with in season fruits, vegetables and organic meats. Pick up some locally made snags and bring them back to Byron Holiday Park and throw them on the barbie! Or try The Farm – a local ‘foodies’ icon for freshly laid farm eggs, organic breads and pastries.

Go Fishing!

If you have a New South Wales recreational fishing license you can also do your own fishing. Byron Holiday Park has direct beach access to excellent fishing spots! Everything from Northern Bluefin Tuna to Whiting and Bream has been caught beaching fishing from Tallow Beach.

Explore the Bay

A stay at Byron Holiday Park means you’re spoilt for opportunities to explore the region’s unique marine life. Experience the wonders of whale watching as hundreds of humpback whales migrate past the Cape. Go diving or snorkelling in Julian Rocks Marine Reserve, one of Australia’s best dive spots.

Get out on The Bay

Or opt for a kayaking or stand up paddle adventure where you could encounter dolphins and turtles. Byron Bay also offers some of the best surfing beaches in the world, so be sure to pay a visit to Belongil, Wategos or Clarke’s Beach to catch some waves.

This is just a small selection of tips to help make your Father’s Day visit to Byron Holiday Park unforgettable. Make your booking with us today and start planning your Father’s Day adventure to Byron. We’ll make sure that Dad has a trip with memories to last a lifetime! Book your visit today!

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