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Take me away.

Home to Australia’s most easterly point, Byron Bay is an iconic destination.

Experience beautiful moments
at these local attractions.

Tasman Holiday Parks Ballina, North Coast NSW.

Ballina epitomises all the best attributes of the classic coastal holiday town – complete with empty beaches, winding trails and a spectacular river.


Snap a photo with the Big Prawn at Ballina, and take some fresh fish and chips to the beach for a picnic. Walk it off on the coastal trails, and spot whales in season.
Boulders Beach headland with waves breaking on the shore | Tasman Holiday Parks Ballina


Located just a short walk from our park, Boulders Beach is renowned for its surf break and picturesque setting. Its unique landscape and grassy hill overlooking the beach provide a scenic spot for visitors to relax and enjoy the natural beauty of the area.

Killen Falls Near Lennox Head


Discover the enchanting beauty of Killen Falls, where a serene waterfall creates a perfect backdrop for swimming, nature walks, or simply unwinding in the heart of lush scenery.


Ballina Waterslides offer endless fun with thrilling slides and splash pools. It’s a family-friendly destination perfect for cooling off and enjoying a day of aquatic adventure.


Lake Ainsworth is popular for a reason. This Inviting Tea Tree Lake is perfect for a swim, paddle board, kayak, walk, picnic or barbecue. 

Aerial view of Byron Bay Lighthouse |


Cape Byron Lighthouse stands majestically as Australia’s easternmost point, offering visitors breathtaking coastal and ocean views. A must-visit for experiencing awe-inspiring sunrises and discovering rich maritime heritage.


Pat Morton Lookout, known by locals as ‘The Point’ offers breathtaking panoramic views of Lennox Head and the Pacific Ocean. Ideal for whale watching, paragliding, or simply enjoying a serene sunset.

The Big Prawn

An iconic Australian landmark, stands as a testament to the town’s fishing heritage. Built in 1989, this colossal fiberglass prawn underwent significant renovations in 2013, including the addition of a tail. Now measuring nine meters high and weighing 35 tonnes, it dominates the landscape at its current location. This giant crustacean is not just a sight to behold but also a popular spot for photography, symbolizing Ballina’s spirit and history. Its presence continues to attract visitors, adding a unique charm to the area.

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