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The Great Southern Land of surprises.

Discover wild beauty, modern cities
and unique experiences

From town to country, desert to rainforest, mountain to coast, Australia has so many spectacular places to explore!

Iconic destinations like the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, and Sydney Harbour in NSW, are just the beginning. In fact, every Australian state is brimming with sights and activities waiting to be savoured. Our friendly, family-oriented caravan parks in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania and WA offer great facilities, along with the warmest Australian welcome.

Whether you seek stunning beaches, mysterious mountain ranges, adventure sports, unique wildlife, historic towns, sophisticated cities or gourmet dining, you’re guaranteed to find it in our beautiful land downunder.


With its laidback towns, stunning beaches and endless sunshine, Queensland invites you to kick back in the ultimate holiday playground.

From the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest on the north coast, to Fraser Coast whale watching in the south, Queensland will delight you.

If you love your ocean adventures, why not dive and snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, or take a cruise in a glass-bottomed boat? Sail the Whitsundays in a tall ship or schooner, swim in azure waters, fish off palm-fringed beaches, catch a water taxi to Dunk Island, or jet ski around Magnetic Island.

There’s no shortage of wildlife to keep you busy. Go platypus-spotting in Cairns, marvel at cassowaries in the Daintree Rainforest, swim with fish and turtles in waterfall-fed rock pools.

After all that activity, time to relax over great food and drink at a waterfront bar, market stall or gourmet restaurant.

New South Wales.

Where better than NSW to find every kind of holiday experience? This action-packed state really does have it all, with something for every visitor.

Explore the history and mystery of the mighty Murray River, down on the Victorian border. Rev up for the surfing excitement of Ballina and Byron Bay, close to the Queensland border. 

In-between, explore the natural wonderland of Nambucca Heads on the mid north coast, with its dense forest setting and vivid turquoise waters. Discover the rugged beauty of the southern coastline, around Jervis Bay and Merimbula.

Up and down the coastline, you’ll find water sports, sweeping beaches, great walks and caravan parks nestled in extraordinary natural beauty. Join a deep sea fishing charter or take a scenic cruise. Visit delightful towns, wineries, specialist shops and restaurants.

Try all the delicious local produce, including avocados, macadamias, freshly caught seafood, locally grown coffee and craft beers. You won’t regret it!


Geographically, Victoria is one of the smallest Australian states. With a good road network, and heaps of different experiences packed in, there is always something new to experience!

Melbourne and Geelong, the state’s second largest city, offer a smorgasbord of arts, music and theatre. Along with a sophisticated cultural scene, Geelong also has a bustling waterfront with plenty of family action.

On the scenic south-western coastline, follow the spectacular Great Ocean Road as it winds its way through attractive seaside towns and rocky coves. Stay a while in Warrnambool, with its enviable waterfront setting, then head inland to the Goldfields town of Bendigo, where living history awaits. Discover how the gold rush of the 1850s changed Australia and the world.

Then spend some time in the heady alpine air of the High Country. Stay in the beautiful town of Bright, surrounded by stunning mountain ranges.

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Small but spectacular, the enticing island of Tasmania offers many unforgettable experiences.

Thriving towns, wilderness landscapes, adventure sports and amazing food and wine combine to create some truly sensational holiday memories.

The appealing east coast town of St Helens offers all the conveniences you need, as well as being the gateway to the world-renowned Bay of Fires.

It’s one of the world’s top ten natural regions, so prepare to be blown away. Here you’ll find enormous granite boulders, endless white sandy beaches and water all shades of turquoise.

Fresh seafood, fruit, nuts and gourmet cheeses can be washed down with the finest craft beers, ciders and cold-climate wines.

If you want to get active, you can try your hand at hiking, mountain biking, deep sea fishing, or maybe a spot of snorkelling or scuba diving.

Tasmania is a world-class destination, so why not plan a trip?

Western Australia

WA offers the visitor some breathtaking experiences, from the wild, rugged coastline of Albany, on the south coast, to the world-famous natural beauty of Shark Bay in the north.

Get ready to be amazed by the state’s pristine beaches, vast landscapes, unique wildlife and awesome cuisine.

Close to Perth, Serpentine Falls and Ledge Point offer both convenience and superb natural beauty. Around 600km north of the capital, the resort town of Kalbarri provides water-based activities galore – don’t miss the famous Kalbarri Skywalk. Further north, Denham is a great base to explore World Heritage site Shark Bay and view Monkey Mia’s iconic dolphins.

On the south coast, explore the history whaling town of Albany. An easy road trip away, the Margaret River region offers world-class vineyards and gourmet wines, along with ancient river lands, forests and surf.

Swim, take stunning photos, get sporty, or just drink in the view!

Start planning your
Australian escape.

Wherever you end up in our wide, brown land our welcoming caravan parks are ready to host you.

In Queensland, start at holiday mecca Harvey Bay and the pristine Fraser Coast, stopping off at Fraser Island. Continue to Airlie Beach, to explore the beautiful Whitsunday Islands. Follow the coast road up to Cairns, gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

Travelling in NSW? Head inland to the iconic Murray River. Relax at Merimbula and Tathra on the rocky south coast. Push north through the natural beauty of Jervis Bay, to the surfing hotspots of Byron Bay and Ballina.

In Victoria, take the short drive from Melbourne to Geelong, the state’s second biggest city, then travel south-west for an unforgettable journey down the Great Ocean Road. Travel inland, to explore the historic Goldfields region of central Victoria. Spend time on the winding and scenic mountain drives of the alpine High Country.

No trip to Tasmania is complete without travelling the Great Eastern Drive, offering more than 175 kilometres of breathtaking views along the state’s east coast. Starting from Orford in the south, it’s a rewarding drive up to the charming town of St Helens in the north.

In WA, follow the coast road up from Albany in the south, travelling through the scenic Margaret River area. Beyond Perth, enjoy the spectacular Indian Ocean Drive right up to Denham and World Heritage-listed Shark Bay.

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You don't have to travel far to feel
a million miles away.

Starting with Queensland, explore the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree rainforest, or island-hop the enticing Whitsundays. Maybe hunt for cassowaries at Mission Beach!

Choose from a great variety of holidays in NSW. Experience the timeless peace of the Murray River region, with its huge red gums and rich bird life. There’s action-packed family fun at Merimbula, or stunning beaches at Nambucca Heads. Pack your surfboard for serious waves at Byron Bay and Ballina!

Enjoy dining and culture in Geelong, Victoria’s second biggest city, or base yourself in Warrnambool for great family action and the Great Ocean Road. Immerse yourself in history in the Goldfields town of Bendigo, or be blown away by the beauty of the High Country.

From your Tassie base in the delightful seaside town of St Helens, explore the majesty of the famed Bay of Fires region, and recharge the batteries in fresh, clean air. Visit Coles Bay, the stunning Wineglass Bay lookout, and Freycinet National Park.

Everywhere you go in WA, you’ll find wide sweeps of deserted beach and spectacular landscapes. Don’t miss the wineries and beauty of Margaret River, World Heritage site Shark Bay and the much-loved Monkey Mia dolphins.

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Whatever kind of cabin, villa or unit accommodation you desire, you can find it at our caravan parks!

Experience the ultimate tropical holiday in Queensland. Kick back in a beachfront villa at South Mission Beach, nestled among the palm trees, or enjoy a split-level renovated cabin in Cairns, overlooking the freshwater creek.

Along the Murray, in NSW, find rustic settler cabins or extreme waterfront comfort. Many NSW Tasman cabins are self-contained with TVs and reverse cycle. At Kioloa Beach, we even have two-storey properties with large living areas, patios and private verandahs.

Choose the simplest cabin or the most luxurious unit. Our Victorian caravan parks offer everything from basic to deluxe options, so you’re sure to find the perfect fit. Try a King Suite in Warrnambool, or a mountain view villa with spa in Bright!

St Helens in Tassie offers bunkhouse accommodation in bungalows, along with contemporary villas with stunning views of Georges Bay. There are lots of one-and two-bed cabins to choose from, for every budget and need.

Over in WA, find family chalets in Albany and well-equipped holiday homes in Serpentine Falls. Consider ocean-view villas in Denham and deluxe ensuite cabins at Kalbarri.

It’s the best of Australia.

Beachfront cabin at Tasman Holiday Parks | Racecourse Beach, Bawley Point accommodation

If you’re out travelling with a caravan in tow, you’ll find the warmest welcome at our extensive network of caravan parks.

Maybe you’re driving a motorhome or campervan, and you’re wondering where to stop off along the way? Tasman Holiday Parks cater for every need and taste, with a wide selection of grassy and concrete slab sites to choose from.

Whether you want the simplest, smallest site, or a large site where you can pop up the awnings and spread out, we can deliver. Every site is different, with its own site configurations, so don’t be afraid to call and chat about the options.

From landscaped garden sites in Victoria’s High Country, to stunning bay views at St Helens in Tasmania, you can find the perfect site.

Many of our parks offer pet-friendly areas, so you can bring that much-loved furry family member along for the ride. Check out the website for conditions and details.

Why miss out on home comforts? Our parks have all the facilities you need for a restful stay. Find sparkling clean amenities and laundry blocks, camp kitchens with all the mod cons, BBQs, and free Wi-Fi (at most sites).

We can’t wait to meet you!

Playground | Tasman Holiday Parks - Airlie Beach

Up and down the east and west coast, you’ll find some of the world’s most fascinating and rewarding camping spots.

Whether you’re travelling in Queensland, NSW, Victoria, Tasmania or WA, Tasman holiday parks offer a wide variety of powered and unpowered camping sites to choose from.

We base our parks in some of the nation’s most appealing natural landscapes, so you’re sure to find a site that matches your needs. Most parks offer grassed sites or concrete slabs, with a range of options like digital TV coaxial cable, pet friendly options, and sites with ensuite bathrooms (shower, vanity and toilet).

Tasman facilities are second to none. We want visitors to experience the conveniences of home, while soaking up the beauty of natural Australia! All our caravan parks feature spotlessly clean amenities and laundry blocks, well-equipped camp kitchens and BBQ areas.

Stay for as long or as little time as you like. From one-day stopovers to extended breaks, the Tasman range of bay view, waterfront and garden sites is sure to meet your needs.

So, get ready to pitch the tent, roll out the swag and relax!

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