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Nature at its best

Fishing, swimming, surfing, kayaking - whatever your passion, head to Kioloa Beach!

Experience beautiful moments
at these local attractions.

Tasman Holiday Parks Kioloa Beach, South Coast NSW.
Dramatic coastlines, spectacular views, rich geological history, fascinating cultural sites… So much natural beauty to discover. What are you waiting for? Keen to sample regional delights, simple and hearty fare, or indulge in romantic wining and dining? Foodies, families and hungry travellers can choose from a host of fantastic venues that will tantalise the tastebuds.


With this pristine beach on your doorstep, there are endless options to immerse yourself in nature and de-stress. Walk along the foreshore at sunset, visit the lookout, enjoy views of Belowla Island, watch migrating whales. A short walk will take you to Pebbly Beach, famous for the friendly “surfing” kangaroos.

Kioloa Beach, NSW | Tasman Holiday Parks


Imagine the adventures possible with 44km of coastline, cliffs and forests to explore. Walk park trails and look for wildlife or birdlife. Visit Murramarang Aboriginal Area to see shell middens and cultural heritage sites. See one of the few places in Australia where impressive spotted gums grow right to the ocean.
Couple enjoying a scenic morning walk around Wasps Head, Murramarang National Park.


Breathtaking views of the coast, ancient rock formations, sandstone cliffs, magnificent wildlife and marine life… See it all on the south coast. North of Batemans Bay, Wasp Head Walk has amazing views of Wasp Island. Continue to Emily Miller Head for the rocky cove of Wobbegong Bay. Visit North Head Lookout to watch dolphins, birdlife and migrating whales.

Hardy, drought tolerant water-wise plants | Tasman Holiday Parks


This lush 42-hectare forest site is bursting with life. Search for native birds and wildlife, including kangaroos, reptiles and lyrebirds. Discover thriving plants, from tiny wildflowers to majestic forest giants. The mud brick cubby and climbing equipment is sure to impress the children.
Oyster farm with boat and people on the river


Craving freshly-shucked oysters? Batemans Bay boasts some of the finest oyster farms in NSW. Plump Clyde River oysters are harvested from pristine estuary waters. Buy them fresh opened or unopened at Oyster Shed on Wray Street and Pearly Oyster Bar, or enjoy a seafood feast from JJ’s@The Marina.
Mogo Wildlife Park | Tasman Holiday Parks Kioloa Beach


For an unforgettable experience, visit Mogo Wildlife Park. Meet cheeky, curious and extraordinary creatures during an animal encounter: admire Australia’s only white lions, hand feed a red panda or squirrel monkey, play with meerkats or cruise the Primate Islands to feed cotton top tamarins and ring-tailed lemurs.

Aerial view of Ulladulla Harbour at sunset | Tasman Holiday Parks Kioloa Beach


Captivating water views, fine food and wine, great company. What more could you want? Fresh local seafood is the hero of many menus, with oysters often a favourite. In Batemans Bay try Starfish Deli or Stingrays Ocean and Grill. For those craving Italian, check out Sam’s Pizzeria on the Waterfront.

Cupitt's Estate

Savour sensational food and wine at picturesque Cupitt’s Estate near Milton and Mollymook. House-made boutique wine, beer and cheese varieties are sure to please. Dine at the award-winning restaurant or casual outdoor venues while you take in stunning views of the vineyard, Burrill Lake and Budawang Range.
Cupitt's Winery, Ulladulla

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