Where the lake meets the sea, a place so beautiful, you'll want to keep it a secret.

A small peaceful holiday park - modern holiday units, caravan and camping sites with fabulous views of the ocean to Montague Island, the inlet and Tuross Lake. Direct and easy access to the beach and lake, right at your doorstep.

Children can play in the pristine sandy spaces while you relax overlooking the beach from your balcony.

You can discover the many activities of Tuross Head (48km south of Batemans Bay) and nearby south coast attractions, such as golf, bowls, tennis, fishing, boating, canoeing, water skiing, swimming, surfing, cycling, bush walking, horse riding, fine dining, sight-seeing. You could also take in some of the local Eurobodalla history, visit historic villages & Mogo Zoo, or just relax and take in the fabulous view.

Visit the South Coast Travel Guide or the Tuross Head Website to further explore this beautiful area:

www.turosshead.org/ and https://www.southcoasttravelguide.com.au/

September to November is Whale Watching Season - head to Narooma Charters to book your Whale Watching tour.

Tuross Beach Holiday Park welcomes the reopening of Trunketabella Gardens in Bodalla as a unique Wedding & Reception Venue.

See Trunketabella Gardens for more information

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Outstanding accommodation options

With accommodation ranging from beachfront units to powered and unpowered campsites we have accommodation to suit everyone

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Fantastic location and views

Situated right at the junction of Tuross Beach and the inlet to Tuross Lake. It would be hard to find a better location anywhere.

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Everything you want is nearby

With facilities such as a country club, restaurants and cafes as well as a wide variety of entertainment options, everyone will be pleased.

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Surrounded by local wildlife

The area abounds with wildlife such as native birds, kangaroos, emus, echidnas as well as a wide variety of marine life. Discover the beauty of the South Coast.

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