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Redhead Beach Holiday Park

Area of Operations

Redhead, Lake Macquarie, Newcastle
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1A Kalaroo Road
Redhead, NSW 2290
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02 4944 8944
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02 4942 6408
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Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Accommodation for holidays and work, daily, weekly, monthly and permanent.
REDHEAD BEACH HOLIDAY PARK is only a short stroll down the beach track to beautiful Nine Mile Beach and only 15 mins to Newcastle. We offer short term accommodation and tourist accommodation, medium and long term stays and accommodation in cabins, villas, permenant rentals, over 50's houses for sale and of course, caravan and ensuite sites.
We are centrally located to Lake Macquarie, Swansea, Belmont, Charlestown and Newcastle. For work, pleasure or play we are the place to stay.
Conditions are perfect for surfing, swimming and fishing and you can view the landscape by walking on a boardwalk to the beach to see swans, ducks and wildlife.
For those who enjoy calmer waters, stunning Lake Macquarie is only a short drive (8kms) from your holiday home. The lake is four and a half times the size of Sydney Harbour and provides all water activities such as sailing, water skiing, fishing, parasailing and kite sailing. There are a variety of restaurants and cafes (many sepcialising in scrumptious seafood!) designed to satisfy all tastes and budgets.
As your 'home away from home', REDHEAD BEACH HOLIDAY PARK offers first class accommodation whether it be a self-contained cabin or villa or even an unpowered camp site.

Park Facilities/Local Attractions  

Park Facilities  Photos
*     Large Undercover BBQ area ideal for those balmy summer nights or a winter retreat.
*     Crystal clear salt water pool with kiddies pool attached, perfect for hot days shaded by big palm trees        also with tables and umbrellas.
*     Children's play area where lots of fun can be had by all.
*     Amenities block and Laundry, with washing machines and dryers.
*     Duck pond and viewing area on your way to the beach.
*     Broadband internet access, WifiZone.
The park is suitated on nine acres of land with beautifully landscaped gardens, with access to the beach from the back of the park only minutes away.
Spectacular Beaches
Redhead
Redhead Beach is at the northern end of a nine mile stretch of coastline, and is known for its stunning cliffs, rocky outcrops and shark tower. Redhead Beach is only patrolled in the warmer months and is popular with swimmers and surfers alike. Conditions are perfect for surfing, swimming and fishing and you can view the natural landscape by walking on a boardwalk to the beach to see swans, ducks and wildlife, which links up directly with Redhead Beach Holiday Park.
Blacksmiths Beach
Blacksmiths Beach is at the southern end of a nine mile stretch of coastline, which runs from Redhead down to the Swansea Channel.

A popular family beach, which is patrolled in the warmer months, Blacksmiths Beach has an active surf lifesaving club, with surfing and swimming popular activities.

Caves Beach

Caves Beach is well-known for its namesake - a network of sea caves at the southern end of the beach, which can be explored at low tide. The beach runs for just 300m to the north to Swansea (Hams) Beach. With well maintained BBQ facilities and picnic areas, Caves Beach is a great family day out.
Walking Trails and Cycle Paths
 The Fernleigh Track
Fernleigh Track is one of the region’s popular shared pathways, which runs along an old railway track from Whitebridge to Adamstown.

The track provides a peaceful and scenic walking and cycling track, through beautiful bushland. The track features a 180 metre long former rail tunnel.

Time: 2 hours
 Distance: 5.5km
 Difficulty Level: Easy
 Start Point: Station St, Whitebridge
 Facilties: Street parking available
 Access: Station St, Whitebridge
 Information: When complete will extend through Redhead to Belmont adding another 9.5km to the track.

Glenrock Lagoon Walk

Starting from the car park near the Fernleigh Track descend down a wooden ramp into the forest. Cross Flaggy Creek over a wooden bridge. Track climbs gently through forest to emerge at Leichardt Lookout on the cliff top. Track continues to Glenrock Lagoon & Legge Beach.

Time: 1 hour
 Distance: 2.3 km
 Difficulty Level: Easy
 Start Point: Kahibah near the old railway station
 Facilities: Information board at start. Picnic tables across the creek
 Access: Burwood Rd, Kahibah
 Prohibited: No domestic pets in Glenrock
 Information: Part of The Great North Walk. Wheelchair friendly

Awabakal Nature Reserve
An area of coastal  heath land between Dudley & Redhead

The tracks in the reserve are adventurous with some leading to Redhead Lagoon.

A great spot for whale watching, bird watching and wildflower photography.

Location: Between Dudley and Redhead
 Time: 1 hour
 Distance: up to 5 km
 Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
These are just to name a few. Please visit Lake Macquarie Visitor Information Centre for more information.
A Fishermans Dream
Whether you enjoy fishing from a foreshore jetty, a boat, or a rocky shelf along the coast, the diverse waterways of Lake Macquarie offer a spectacular aquatic environment that is home to over 280 species of fish. Flathead, Bream, Tailor and Whiting are the most common; other species appear seasonally including Jewfish, Snapper, Kingfish, Quid, Prawns and Blue Swimmer Crabs.
 Before you can start fishing in the lake or off the coast, a license is required. Prices begin at $6.00 for 3 days. Visit www.dpi.nsw.gov.au/fisheries/recreational or call 1300 369 365 for an agent near you.
Popular Fishing Spots from the Locals
Swansea Channel - Various access points in Swansea and Blacksmiths.
Pelican Foreshore - Pelican, off Lakeview Parade.

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Our Family Cabins are self catering combined kitchen, living area with television. They sleep up to five people with one double bedroom with separate bunk beds and bathroom. Car park space for one car and pedestal fans also available in the warmer months.
Our Deluxe Cabins with bathroom have two bedrooms sleeping up to five people, one double bedroom and one bunk bedroom. They are modern self catering with a combined kitchen and living area complete with microwave, HD flat screen TV, DVD Player and air conditioning. Car park space for one car.
Our spacious Villas with bathroom have two bedrooms sleeping up to five people, one queen bedroom and one bunk bedroom. Spacious living area with HD flat screen TV, DVD player, air conditioning and self catering kitchen complete with microwave. Outside verandah with outdoor setting and car parking for one car.
Available for caravans only - the ensuite sites have private bathroom facilities. Both provide TV cable and full power facilities.
Lucys Wall - Swansea Heads, end of Lambton Parade.
Well ladies whilst the men are fishing it's time to head to the markets for a little shopping.
Belmont All Saints Anglican Church Markets
24 Church Street, Belmont
The 3rd Saturday of every month except December.
8am - 12noon
Warners Bay Lion Club Monthly Markets
John Street Car Park, Warners Bay
2nd Sunday of every month
8am - 1pm
Swansea Markets
Quinn Park, Swansea
4th Saturday of every month
8.30am - 1pm
Morisset Mega Markets
49 Advantage Ave, Morisset
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays
8.30am - 4.30pm

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