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Cosy Winter Winners for a picturesque Winter Escape

From fewer crowds to fewer mosquitos and cosy campfires galore, more and more holidaymakers are enjoying the benefits of winter camping and travelling during the colder months. 

Reflections Holiday Parks make winter getaways more appealing by offering a range of new deluxe glamping and bell tents, coastal tiny homes, beach houses and premium eco accommodation, as well as powered and unpowered camping sites, many with spacious en suites.  Or if you’d like to enjoy a bubble bath in some of the cosy cabins on a cold winter's night, choose a glamping tent or a premium cabin with the bathtub of your dreams.

Camping enthusiast and outdoor adventurer, Peter Chapman, General Marketing & Sales Manager at Reflections Holiday Parks says ‘there is an exciting feel in the air which has arrived with the seasonal change - it’s just perfect for a coastal or country winter holiday experience.’ 

‘Reflections Holiday Parks located in the Far North Coast of NSW enjoy mild winters with ocean temperatures staying delightfully warm right up until the end of August’, says Peter. New South Wales has some beautiful winter destinations that will take your breath away, Peter Chapman has suggested some stays to help you enjoy the warm winter sun and refresh, recharge and relax this season. 


Byron Bay
Byron Bay is often described as having an abundance of positive energy, with the town becoming a magnet for holiday-goers looking for surf breaks, tranquil wellness retreats and an artistic culture, making it a destination for everyone, winter or summer! Rug up in a cosy tiny home for a romantic winter getaway or pack the car up to host friends and family in the Premium Ocean View Villa which sleeps 5. Reflections Holiday Parks Byron Bay has it all with picture perfect views at the heart of your stay, especially if you opt for the park’s fully-equipped Jayco Caravans – a fantastic option for families who want the full caravanning experience without the stress of hauling one on long trips or the work of storing and maintaining them at home. Luxury Bell Tent Glamping is available at this park from June 23rd.

PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) – Cabins from $229; Tiny Homes from $247

Jayco Airstream (Sleeps 2) or Jayco Silverline (Sleeps 4) from $218

Powered sites from $89; Unpowered sites from $49

Massy Greene
Massy Greene is perfect for a coastal getaway to reconnect with nature and unwind. Situated in the quintessential coastal village of Brunswick Heads, this spot brings beautiful scenery and a laid-back atmosphere together for the ultimate riverfront retreat. Enjoy a stay in the brand-new premium cabins offering enough room to easily fit big groups of travellers, with options for up to four or up to six holiday goers. Connect with nature and park up in the spectacular premium powered sites while you can take in the river views in your caravan, RV or tent. 

PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) – Cabins from $165 per night

Powered sites from $51 per night; Premium unpowered sites from $54 per night 


Moonee Beach

Drift with the tranquil tide at Reflections Holiday Parks Moonee Beach, where the lush green surrounds, neighbouring estuary and fresh ocean breezes seem to magic away the stresses and strife of the daily grind. Enjoy the roaring fire pit on a clear winter’s night and make lasting memories. Have the option to bring everyone along including your furry friend in the park’s dog friendly tiny homes or superior cabin that sleeps 5 this winter. Enjoy powered and unpowered sites which are also pet friendly options that are pole position when you camp at Reflections Holiday Parks Moonee Beach. Take it all in during a bush experience at an unpowered site or have the backup of those creature comforts while you rug up in your caravan this winter. 

PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) – Cabins from $118; Tiny Homes from $134

Powered sites from $45; Unpowered sites from $36

Forster Beach
At Forster Beach Holiday Park, escape city life while still enjoying the charming country feel of the town with its amazing shopping, café, bars, and restaurants. With the park hugging the marina, boating, fishing and ocean swims are on the agenda, unless lazy bike rides and exploring coastal walks with breath-taking views are more your cup of tea!  It’s also a top dolphin hangout and a great spot to take in the whales during their annual migration.
PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) – Cabins from $133; Powered sites from $48



Offering just the right mix of charm and convenience Reflections Holiday Parks Bermagui is the perfect place to sit back, relax and savour all this pretty town has to offer. The perfect place to bring the kids along with plenty to keep them occupied even during a winter’s day! From waterfront views to skate parks and much more, this is a destination where boredom is nowhere to be found. Enjoy open plan living in cosy cabins during your winter stay or park up at scenic powered sites to star gaze on a winter’s night. The Tiny Home experience will be available at this park from June 23rd.

PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) - Cabins from $123; Powered Sites from $42


Reflections Holiday Parks Eden offers large sites in a picture-perfect waterfront location - a place to recharge the mind and rediscover the soul. Eden’s cabin’s, powered sites and unpowered sites are idyllically positioned on the shores of Lake Curalo, with the warm blue waters of Aslings Beach on your back doorstep. When you’re done with the joys of the open road, Eden's powered sites are the perfect home base where you can enjoy a camp kitchen, BBQs, playground, communal lounge and games room to name a few. If a cosy cabin with gorgeous views is better for you, there are plenty to choose from sleeping up to 4 or 6 holiday goers, it’s up to you!

PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) - Cabins from $116

Ensuite Sites from $51; Powered Sites from $40; Unpowered Site from $30


Lake Keepit

Reflections Holiday Parks Lake Keepit is the epitome of natural beauty for the NSW New England region with kilometres of walking tracks to explore and unlimited opportunities to enjoy fishing, boating and water activities at the dam, including the new Lake Keepit SPLASH waterpark during the warmer months. If you’re a thrill seeker and an adventure prone family or group, then this is the park for you. Lake Keepit has it all, with the BMX track being a hit with both the young and the young at heart. Tennis and volleyball activities are firm favourites with guests at Lake Keepit before retiring to the fire pit for a debrief on the day. Lake Keepit is also home to a wide variety of wildlife, including kangaroos, emus and wallabies – perfect for nature lovers who love to rug up with a hot cuppa and enjoy their antics. Everything from cabins to powered and unpowered sites and of course the all new glamping tents that offer a unique experience this winter stay. New, fully off grid tiny homes will be available at this park from June 30th.

PRICE PER NIGHT (June/July) - Cabins from $109; Glamping Tent from $124

Powered Site from $38; Unpowered Site from $23

Peter shares that ‘there is no shortage of beachgoers, surfers or outdoor enthusiasts on the North Coast during the winter season with guests loving the crisp feel in the air. Our beautiful Reflections Holiday Parks on the South Coast and in Country NSW can get quite chilly, especially overnight, but that doesn’t stop our guests who love the peace and quiet, the beautiful clear starry night skies and the perfect campfire weather’

Winter is a great time for a discounted holiday, especially if you are a Rewards Club Member, the free Loyalty Club for Reflections Holiday Parks. Rewards Club Members save up to 25% this June. Visit to learn more and secure a great winter warmer holiday. 

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