Tasman Holiday Parks

Tasman’s Safe, Clean, and Friendly Promise

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You will discover that every Tasman Holiday Park is safe, clean, and friendly.

These might be the basics, but they’re not basic to us.

It matters to us that you feel like a friend, and are welcomed to a clean, safe place that allows you to relax and unwind.

What does clean, safe, and friendly mean to us?


More than ever, the health and well-being of our guests and staff, are our number one priority. However, we also believe that clean is something that should be a given when you stay at a Tasman Holiday Park. So, whilst we are ensuring that we are Covid clean during these uncertain times, rest assured that Covid-clean is in fact Tasman-clean and is here to stay.

Our holiday parks are:

  • When you’re not in the wide open space of our natural surrounds, our cabins are well ventilated with plenty of windows, sliding doors, air conditioning or fans.
  • We use cleaning products and disinfectants approved by local regulatory authorities.
  • All of our accommodation options are thoroughly cleaned and inspected prior to arrival to ensure you arrive to the best.
  • Our amenities blocks and shared facilities are inspected regularly and maintained to a high standard.
  • Our cleaning staff meet all COVID requirements during the cleaning process including mask wearing and hand sanitisation.


We are committed to providing the comfort, security, and warmth that home brings, even when you’re away, giving you the confidence to eat, play, stay and rest with ease.

This means at a Tasman Holiday Park you will find:

  • Boom gate entry with unique access codes.
  • COVID-Safe procedures in place in line with all government regulations.
  • Clear and current emergency procedures and fire protocols that adhere to all national regulations.
  • Well maintained and well lit roads in and around our parks.
  • Swimming pools that meet all safety and regulation requirements.
  • Security patrols & 24/7 contacts available


Holidays are meant to be fun, easy-going, and full of enjoyment, and we believe it’s the role of our staff to help make your stay one to remember. So, it’s part of our values and principles that we hold close to ensure your holiday is all about smiles and laughter.

Our current flexible booking policy means we take the worry out of the arrangements so you can book with confidence.

If you need to change or cancel your booking because of COVID-19 restrictions you can do so up to 72 hours prior to arrival. We can offer you the option to amend your booking or receive a full credit to use within 12 months. This applies to bookings arriving up until 1 December 2021 after which our regular terms and conditions will apply

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Ideal Parks for fishing and water sport enthusiasts

For some, it’s the thrill of catching a big fish to make those back home jealous, while for others it’s about having fun on and in the water. Whatever your choice, these parks have your wishes covered.

Tasman Holiday Parks Myola - Jervis Bay Myola
Waves breaking off Bawley Point on the South Coast.
heart-reef whitsundays airlie beach

Tasman’s Myola – Pristine Jervis Bay

Located on the pristine Jervis Bay of the south coast of NSW, Myola has retained its laid-back village atmosphere and is perfect for those wanting to get back to the simple things in life. With both Currambene Creek and Callala Beach to explore, there are plenty of ways to keep yourself busy during your stay.

The bay has places for swimming, surfing, and paddleboarding, and Callala Beach, being the longest beach in Jervis Bay, just beckons a walk along its white sandy expanse. In Currambene Creek you can go kayaking and paddle boarding past the mangroves or try your hand at fishing for surf bream or dusky flathead.

Tasman’s Racecourse Beach – Jewel of the South Coast

On the south coast of NSW is Racecourse Beach which boasts great surfing, rock and beach fishing, and frequent dolphin and stingray visitors cruising by. It’s also a good spot for whale watching.

From the beach, fishers can catch whiting and bream close to shore when conditions are right, and for the sports fisher, there is also salmon to be caught from the beach or rocks at either end of the beach. For your safety, make sure to check with locals on conditions prior to rock fishing.

Tasman’s Rollingstone – Barramundi Heaven

A species that every keen angler has on their catch list is the Barramundi, and if you’re more of a sports fisher, being happy to take the brag photo and return fish to the water, then Tasman’s Rollingstone is the one for you. The park has three lakes that are stocked with Barras, just waiting for you to catch and release. Just bring your own fishing gear, including barbless hooks, and for a permit fee, you can have a fishing experience (and the photos) to remember.

The park is on absolute beachfront too, so you can always wet a line and try your luck directly in front of the park.

rollingstone catch and release

Tasman’s Airlie Beach – Gateway to the Whitsundays

For calm, protected, aquamarine waters that are perfect for snorkeling and paddle boarding not to mention long walks on pristine beaches, this is where you need to seek your next holiday. Airlie Beach is the gateway to 74 islands of the Whitsundays that can be explored on short day cruises, or you can shop at the Airlie Beach markets, visit the nearby national park, or one of the many local beaches.

3 incredible Tasman Holiday Parks to relax by the water

Relaxing near the water has been proven to have many benefits for our minds and bodies in lowering stress levels and restoring our sense of wellbeing. For a positive effect on our mental and physical health, taking a break near water is just what’s needed to restore a sense of calm. Whether your preference is for a beach, river, or waterfalls, one of these parks for your next holiday, is sure to fit the bill and boost your happiness quotient.

Tasman Holiday Parks – Cairns Cool Waters
Cairns, QLD

Take a deep breath in the lush green tropical setting of this park, bordered by a natural creek and with mountains forming a backdrop, the landscaped gardens of Tasman’s Cool Waters will have you relaxed in no time.

You have a choice of caravan sites including creekside and pet-friendly areas and with an onsite café open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunches, and great coffee, you won’t want to leave. The creek bordered by rainforest trees is the place to seek serenity where you can take the time to just sit and listen to the birdlife in the area and watch the resident turtles. You can even feed the turtles and fish that live in the turtle sanctuary area with food available from the park office. If you’re lucky you may just spot the occasional platypus too.

In addition to the stunning natural beauty the park offers, Cairn, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef is just a short drive away.

Cool Waters Turtle Sanctuary

Tasman Holiday Parks – Merool on the Murray
Echuca Moama, NSW

With over 1.5 kilometres of river frontage, you can find your Zen in this park situated right on the banks of the Murray River. It’s hard to find anything more relaxing than watching river traffic cruise by as you throw in a fishing line or just chill out on the sandy river beach area.

If you prefer being on the water, the park has its own boat ramp to make launching a quick and easy option and there is a lake for more water play. Another option is to laze by the resort’s lagoon-style pool while the kids enjoy the games room or jumping pillows.

With a variety of activities to keep everyone entertained, you can get back to basics, slip into river time, and enjoy a peaceful break and unwind with the family.

Paddle steamer cruising along the Murray River, Moama.

Tasman Holiday ParksSouth Mission Beach
South Mission Beach, QLD

If you’re more of a float in tropical waters under coconut palms type of person, then this park at South Mission Beach may be just what you need. With direct access to the palm tree-fringed beach, you can take a peaceful meditative beach stroll along the 14 kilometre stretch of white sand beach with views of Dunk Island off the coast.

As one of the closest access points to the Great Barrier Reef, the snorkelling is superb and you can happily spend your days in the warm and wave-free water all year round.

South Mission Beach

3 Tasman Holiday Parks where you can take a hike

Looking for that off-road adventure, away from everything? Check out these Tasman Holiday Parks, which are perfectly positioned for you to explore mother nature on foot.

Tasman’s Serpentine Falls

Only 50 minutes south of Perth, the town of Serpentine has wonderful natural attractions that will give you plenty of options to stretch the legs and see spectacular scenery while you’re at it.

Serpentine Falls are the central feature of the surrounding Serpentine National Park and are only a 2-kilometre walk when you stay at Tasman Holiday Parks – Serpentine Falls. If you prefer to drive, there is car parking available and you can take a picnic lunch and enjoy a whole day at this serene location.

At the falls you can explore walking trails that lead to viewing platforms, or longer trails that take anything from a couple of hours to half a day to complete. The falls are a popular swimming area in the summer months and a spectacular sight all year round.

Serpentine Falls National Park

Tasman’s Fraser Coast

It’s only a short walk from this park to the esplanade and Torquay beach in Harvey Bay where you can enjoy a number of cafes, restaurants and shops as you stroll along. In fact, there is a paved pedestrian and bike path that runs for 17 kilometres along the esplanade where you can take in views of the beach and bay and find some great picnic spots along the way.

If you’re visiting between July and October, be sure to keep an eye out for whales too as they cruise along this part of the coast.  At any time of the year, you can take a walk on the Urangan Pier which stretches for almost a kilometre into the ocean. At the end you may be rewarded with the chance to see schools of fish, stingrays or pods of dolphins, and enjoy sweeping views of the Hervey Bay beachfront.  It’s also an ideal spot to watch surfers, kite surfers and windsurfers when conditions are right.

Sunset at the historic pier on the Great Sandy Strait

Tasman’s Lake Mulwala

This park is set in natural bushland and sits on the banks of Lake Mulwala, a man-made reservoir with a weir across the Murray River. Next door you’ll find Kyffins Reserve with a kilometre of shoreline where you can wet a line or take a number of walking and cycling tracks.

Walking tracks will take you around the lake, into town and even take you to the other side of the lake, to the twin town of Yarrawonga in Victoria. In Yarrawonga you’ll find more walks to take in the foreshore and wetlands where you can see the fauna and flora of the area

Lake Mulwala

Top 3 tips for the perfect, oozy, fire-roasted marshmallow

A camping trip just isn’t a camping trip without a campfire. And a campfire just isn’t a campfire without a roasted marshmallow. Whether you like your marshmallow burnt to a crisp, medium-rare, or lightly toasted, we have the perfect guide for an oozy marshmallow that doesn’t face a tragic fate at the bottom of the fire pit.

Campfire Toasted Marshmallows

Step One

The first step is to find the perfect stick to roast your marshmallow on. You want to find something that is long enough to keep you at a safe distance from the fire, but not too long that it’s hard to control. A common mistake here is selecting a stick that is too thin. Once the stick is submerged in flames, a thinner stick will begin to burn with the tip breaking off along with your marshmallow – a darn right tragedy.  So pick something thicker and less flimsy. Shape the end of your stick using a knife so it easily pierces through the marshmallow holding it in place.   

Step Two

Now it’s time to put your marshmallow to the flame. The trick here is to hold it just above the flames on a continuous rotation. We want to make sure the marshmallow is evenly toasted on all sides for the perfect texture. For a more charcoaled coating place your marshmallow directly in the flames. No rotation is required as the aim is to burn that baby to a crisp. Once your marshmallow has caught alight, remove your marshmallow, watch it burn, and when it has reached the level of charcoal you desire, simply dowse the flame by blowing directly on the marshmallow. Remember, don’t blow too hard as we don’t want to blow the marshmallow off the stick and onto the ground where it will be unsavable.

Step Three

Now here is the fun part – eating the marshmallow. This part is just as important as steps one and two. It requires a certain skill to ensure you don’t burn your mouth or drop the marshmallow. The most important thing here is to make sure it is not on fire – this could result in burns to the face and a trip to the emergency department. Test the temperature with the tip of your finger before biting into it. If you have gone for a more charcoaled effect, lightly bite the crispy coating and remove it from the gooey centre. You can choose to eat the crispy coating or discard it – the main delicacy is the oozy centre. If you want to mix things up, try sandwiching your marshmallow between two chocolate biscuits. Often referred to as “S’mores”, this technique dates back to the 1920s and is popular in both the US and Canada. It is sure to tantalise the taste buds.

So when booking your next camping trip, make sure you book somewhere that allows campfires so you can put all three simple steps into practice. Everyone will be impressed with your fine roasting skills.

Here is a list of Tasman Holiday Parks in NSW and WA that allow campfires. Please note there may be seasonal restrictions.

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Campfire Marshmallows

7 Reasons why the Murray River should be on your bucket list

Paddle steamer Emmylou on the Murray River at Echuca
Bird on the Murray - Echuca
Canoeing on the Murray

The Murray River is rich in history, culture, life, and beauty. Extending 2,520 kilometers long, the Murray River is the third-longest navigable river in the world. There is something here for everyone both young and old. Relax by the river with fine dining and breathtaking scenery, or go water skiing and hiking through red gum forest. With so much to do and seem it’s definitely one to add to the bucket list and here’s why.

1. A taste of the real Australia

Visiting the Murray River is like having an interactive history lesson. Dating back over 60 million years, the Murray Basin took shape. Throughout the years its seen sea levels rise and subside, experienced floods, droughts, and an ice age. Learn all about the rich history of Australia and how the river was formed, Indigenous culture, and the regions’ importance during the pioneer era. There is no better place to immerse yourself in the river’s history than at the Port of Echuca, the third-largest port in Australia during the 1870s.

2. Experience the great outdoors

The Murray River weaves through a beautiful backdrop of limestone cliffs and the largest forest of Red River Gums. There is an abundance of wildlife including some of Australia’s most iconic animals like kangaroos, platypus, koalas, possums, wombats, and sugar gliders. There are many ways to get out and explore the region. From its many hiking and walking trails, kayaking, or canoeing down the river, visiting national parks and reserves, four-wheel driving, and more. No matter how you like to explore the outdoors, there is something here for everyone to enjoy.

3. Great place for the whole family

The Murray River is a great place for the whole family to visit. The kids will simply love the many water parks, pools, riverside beaches, boat tours, and plenty of water sports. It’s a great place for the kids to connect with nature whilst sharing bonding moments with the family. What better way to get amongst nature than a stay at a Murray River holiday park. There are plenty of waterfront parks with fantastic amenities and all the bells and whistles. However, two of the best are Tasman’s Moama on the Murray and Merool on the Murray. Both sit on the Moama side of the Echuca Moama border, with absolute water frontage.

4. Rich in Aboriginal culture

In the Murray River region, Aboriginal culture goes back over forty thousand years ago. Today, you will still find many tribes in the area. The Murray River region is a great place to gain more insights into our Indigenous culture. There are many tours you can join including a visit to the birthplace of the Black Duck Dreaming and the Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Site to learn about the Nganguraku people.

5. Great food and wine

The Murray River region is renowned for its sensational food and wine. You will find restaurants, cafes, and wineries scattered along the water’s edge that offer fine dining experiences. There is something to tantalise everyone’s tastebuds with both local and international flavours. It’s the perfect place to indulge in good food, wine, and great company, all whilst taking in the beautiful scenery.

There is something to tantalise everyone’s taste buds

Chef adding the final touches to a dish at Junction Restaurant, Moama.
Junction Restaurant, Moama

6. Fantastic river cruising

There is no better way to experience the Murray River than with a river cruise. There are so many options available, from heritage paddle steamers, modern riverboats, or private houseboats. You can choose to do cruises from 2 hours to multiple days. It’s the perfect experience to relax, unwind, and not worry about a thing as everything you need is right on board.

7. Because it’s one of the world’s largest rivers

Typically, you will always find the biggest and best on someone’s bucket list. Like Mt. Everest, the largest mountain, or the Burj Khalifa, the tallest tower. The Murray River is no exception, it stretches 2520 kilometers across three states and is the third-longest navigable river in the world after the Amazon and the Nile River. So come check it out!

Paddle steamer Hero on the Murray River at Echuca

Where to stay

There are many great places to stay along the Murray River and Tasman Holiday Parks have you covered. We have fantastic options available including waterfront accommodation so you can experience all the Murray has to offer.

Tasman Holiday Parks – Moama on the Murray

This little gem is situated right on the picturesque Murray River in Moama. Nestled within 130 acres of a serene bushland setting, there is plenty of space to relax and enjoy the peaceful and quiet surroundings. On-site facilities include a tennis court, swimming pool, animal farm, water park, pedal cars, pump track, and more. Accommodation options include one, two, or three-bedroom villas, or you can make the most of the magnificent bush setting and try out glamping in one of Talo Retreat’s yurts. It’s not hard to see why it’s been the winner of the Australian and NSW Tourism Awards for three years in a row.

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Tasman Holiday Parks – Merool on the Murray


Tasman’s Merool on the Murray is set on 63 acres in Moama, boasting 2 kilometers of absolute Murray River frontage. This Murray River waterfront accommodation is a water lover’s paradise, with wakeboarding, paddle boarding, boating, water skiing, and fishing right at your doorstep. If relaxation is more your thing, there are plenty of sandy beaches to laze around by the water’s edge. The kids will love the playground, games room, jumping pillows, giant chess, and the great outdoors. Accommodation options include a range of cabins, some even pioneer-themed, as well as powered sites for caravans and motorhomes.

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Tasman Holiday parks – Lake Mulwala

Situated in the region of Mulwala with a stunning backdrop of red river gums, you’ll find the perfect place to holiday close to the Murray River. Lake Mulwala is well known for its water sports such as fishing, water-skiing, and river cruises. This waterfront caravan and holiday park has a wide range of amenities including a swimming pool, pier for fishing, tennis courts, jumping pillows, and more. With so much to see and do right on your doorstep, there is no need to get the car out. Accommodation options include cabins, villas, and powered sites for camping or caravans.

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Scenic sunset over Lake Mulwala, Mulwala in the Murray region.

So what are you waiting for? Tick the Murray River off your bucket list and book your stay today.

For the best experiences, it pays to listen to the locals

Whether it’s your first visit to an area, or you’re a holiday time regular, getting local advice can enrich your experiences.  The friendly staff at caravan parks are a great source of information and many parks can provide brochures and information on local attractions.

Look for any tourist information centres near where you’re traveling as a source of detailed maps and news on any current events, markets, or exhibitions to see. Here you can also ask where things like safe swimming beaches, and good local walks are.

Local councils are a great source of information too, especially if you are holidaying with your dog. They can let you know of any places where dogs can be exercised off-leash and where to find local parks, gardens, playgrounds, and places to have a picnic or barbecue.

For shore-based fishing enthusiasts, a visit to a local tackle shop can be very worthwhile.  If you let them know you’re visiting the area, they can give you some good tips on what species of fish are biting where and the best bait and tackle to use.

Having a chat with the locals is a great way to find some special places that may not always be in the guidebooks. Sometimes you may just get a tip on the more secluded beaches, the favourite places to eat, and other local secrets reserved for those that show interest in finding out more about a destination.

Paddle steamer Emmylou on the Murray River at Echuca
Bird on the Murray - Echuca
Canoeing on the Murray

Local advice can be invaluable especially when it comes to weather patterns and road conditions as well as any local roadworks or hazards to avoid during your visit. Community radio stations and newsletters are a good source for current events and news too.

Make a point of visiting local museums, as they are a great way to find out the history behind a region and can answer a lot of questions when it comes to how and why places were named and changes that have occurred over the years. Many of these museums are staffed by volunteers who are only too happy to let you know all about the history of their towns.

If you’re looking for live entertainment, hotels can be a place to visit to see local talent and you may also find some bargains for dining out if they have specials on certain nights.

Talking with other holidaymakers at caravan parks is another way to gain valuable information for enjoying yourself on holidays.  Word of mouth and recommendations from others who have had a good local experience or tour can make your stay a memorable one.

Your dog deserves a holiday too

They are much-loved members of the family so it stands to reason that when we think of holidays, we also want to include our four-legged friends.  Here are a few tips before you go, to make the holiday as stress-free as possible, and fun for the whole family.

Paddle steamer Emmylou on the Murray River at Echuca
Bird on the Murray - Echuca
Canoeing on the Murray
  • Look for the dog friendly caravan parks in locations that make taking them easy, such as being close to parks and beaches where you can exercise your dog.
  • To make them feel comfortable away from home, take their usual bedding, food and water bowls, lead and favourite toy.
  • Bring their usual food so that you don’t have any issue with dietary changes, and remember to pack their favourite treats and any medication they may need.
  • Ensure their identification details are up to date on their microchip and collar tag.
  • Have their vaccinations and flea, tick and worm treatments up to date.
  • Get local advice on pet friendly cafes and other venues where you can all dine out together.
  • A social dog is a welcome dog, and one that can follow a few basic commands will be an enjoyable companion. Teaching your dog to sit, drop and come to you on command are good starters.
  • Be aware of any local events where you are holidaying and make sure your dog feels safe and secure especially if there are fireworks and other loud noises which may frighten them.
  • Always clean up after your dog and keep them on lead where it’s expected.
  • Not everyone knows your dogs personality as well as you, so make sure you control their behaviour, including barking, and keep their access to your site only.
  • Never leave your dog unattended and if you do wish to tour somewhere that doesn’t allow dogs, find a local pet minder to look after them for the day.
  • Have the number of the nearest vet to your holiday destination on hand, just in case.

By having a few simple plans in place the whole family can enjoy a carefree holiday together.  Taking your dog on holiday is a good way to boost your daily steps with lots of walks in the great outdoors, and you can discover a lot about your surroundings when you slow down and take a look around on foot.

Easy meals when caravanning

When its holiday time the last thing anyone wants, is to miss out on the fun times because they are stuck in a kitchen. There are ways though, to make meal prep and cooking all part of the joy of holidaying, starting by making an outing of sourcing locally grown and produced food.

Visiting a farmers market is a great way to soak up the atmosphere of a holiday destination as well as getting the freshest of produce for your meals. Taking advantage of locally grown produce and in particular, what the region is best known for, is a great way to make holiday memories. For instance if you are staying in a tropical region look for fresh vegetables and fruits for healthy salads and snacks. Farmers markets are also terrific places for picking up preserves and pickles, jams, and honey and you can start your day with a cooked breakfast and coffee in between browsing. You will probably find all you need for your happy hour snacks and sweet treats too.

If you’re holidaying near a river or the beach, take the fishing gear and see if you can add seafood to the menu, or if luck isn’t on your side, you’re bound to find local vendors to buy the catch of the day from. Look for local specialty shops such as bakeries for freshly baked bread and butchers for easy-to-cook, ready prepared meals too.

Paddle steamer Emmylou on the Murray River at Echuca
Bird on the Murray - Echuca
Canoeing on the Murray

Have some ideas and recipes for meals to cook ready before you leave home. Meals that can be cooked on the BBQ and one-pot ideas which make cleaning up easy are popular choices on holidays. Having a notebook of favourite recipes that are quick and easy to prepare is a good way to take the thinking out of meal planning when there are things you’d rather be doing.

Some pantry staples in the caravan will make meal preparation easier too with items like pasta, rice, Asian noodles, and couscous on hand. Pack in your favourite herbs and spices and some tinned products like tomatoes, bean varieties, and chickpeas that can be all be added to soups, stews, and one-pot dishes for added flavour. Being prepared with some basics will help to make meal planning easy and buying fresh from the local area will support the smaller communities and towns you visit.

Sharing meal preparation and eating with friends also adds to the fun of spending time together on holidays. Think of some shared meals which everyone can make to their liking. Pizzas or taco nights are fun and easy meals where the kids can get involved in the preparation, and you’ll know they will enjoy what they’ve made.

Discover Tasman’s New Zealand Caravan Parks

New Zealand is renowned for its natural beauty from pristine beaches, serene mountain range, spectacular glaciers, and rugged wilderness. There is no shortage of natural wonders, rich culture, and laid-back charm to immerse yourself in.

Enjoy all New Zealand has to offer and book your stay in one of our friendly, safe, clean, and conveniently positioned caravan parks. Whether you are traveling with the family, partner, friends, or solo – there is something to suit everyone’s travel needs and budget. Each one of our caravan parks has a range of accommodation types including powered and unpowered camp and caravan sites, cabins, units, apartments, houses, motel rooms, lodges, and more.

Tasman Holiday Parks Beachaven

Tasman’s TOP10 Beachaven Holiday Park is the perfect place to stay in Waihi Beach on New Zealand’s North Island. Situated on the western end of The Bay of Plenty lies this bustling beachside village offering a 9 km stretch of white sandy beaches. It has some of the safest surfing spots in New Zealand, stunning walking and cycling tracks, fantastic fishing, a large selection of restaurants and cafes, vibrant markets and shops and so much more. This holiday park is situated just 100 metres from the beach, so you will be front and centre to all this laid-back coastal town has to offer. 

Tasman’s Beachaven is a safe, friendly holiday park set on four acres of land. Relaxation is the name of the game here, with a wide range of accommodation and plenty of space for tents, motorhomes, and caravans. Their cabins, lodges, motel units, and campsites cater for all walks of life from families, couples to single travelers. Even the family dog can come along as this is a New Zealand pet-friendly caravan park.

Tasman Holiday Parks Waihi Beach

Tasman’s TOP10 Waihi Beach Holiday Park is situated on the north end of Waihi Beach. This chilled-back, old-school New Zealand village is the perfect place to stay, put your feet up, and enjoy a gorgeous sunset over the ocean.

Relax by the heated pool and spa or enjoy the warm, quiet space in the sauna. The kids will absolutely love the playground, jumping pillow, under 5’s family room, kids hang out room, and hire items including buggies, bikes, boards, and more. Get closer to nature with beachside camping or enjoy the creature comforts with motel units, self-contained units, or cabins. No matter who you are traveling with or what your budget is, there is something for everyone.

You can’t get more beachfront than this, Tasman’s Papamoa Beach is situated right on the beautiful Papamoa Beach in the Bay of Plenty.

Tasman Holiday Parks Kids have fun

Tasman Holiday Parks Papamoa Beach

You can’t get more beachfront than this, Tasman’s Papamoa Beach is situated right on the beautiful Papamoa Beach in the Bay of Plenty. Papamoa Beach has a massive range of activities and sightseeing to suit everyone no matter who you are. With 16 kilometres of beach, there is no shortage of water-based activities including dolphin, seal, and whale watching, surfing, fishing, and more. There are also plenty of walking tracks, shops, cafes, and restaurants to keep you busy – or you could do absolutely nothing and relax.

You will feel right at home and welcomed by the friendly staff that live by “Manaakitanga” which means being hospitable, looking after visitors, and caring about how others are treated. There is a range of accommodation available including campsites, caravan sites, cabins, units, and villas. It’s the perfect place to kick back, enjoy the beach, and indulge in good food and wine.

Tasman Holiday Parks Te Anau

Over on New Zealand’s South Island you will find Tasman’s Te Anau. Situated just two hours from Queenstown, Te Anau is a picturesque town offering both adventure and relaxation. Explore the many walking tracks including Milford Track, Routeburn Track, and the Kepler Track. Te Anau is also a great place to base yourself when planning to visit the jaw-dropping natural wonder of Milford Sound.   

If relaxation is more your thing this five-star holiday park has hot tubs to soak in whilst looking out over the stunning Lake Te Anau. After your spa why not jump in the Hobbiton-inspired barrel sauna for the ultimate relaxation experience. Traveling with kids? They’ll love the jumping pillow, games room, playground, TV room bikes, and go-karts to hire plus more.

Te Anau has a large range of accommodation available for everyone’s needs and budgets. Camp out under the stars with powered and non-powered campsites, or enjoy the comfort of home with units, lodges, cabins, motel rooms, apartments, and houses available.

Book your New Zealand getaway today.