Local Attractions

BIG4 Nambucca Beach Holiday Park is midway between Sydney and the Gold Coast, tucked away in an idyllic setting with direct access to the beach and surrounded by natural bushland. You'll find us only 2km from the centre of Nambucca Heads and a 5 minute drive to the Nambucca River. A holiday haven for you and your family to relax and unwind.

Explore Nambucca Heads and the Nambucca Valley

  

Must-see Local Spots

V-Wall Outdoor Gallery – this legendary spot should be on the top of your list when visiting Nambucca Heads! Years of stories and holiday memories are colourfully displayed all along the break wall. Take a stroll at your pace along the boardwalk back towards town. Nambucca Heads lays claims as one of the prettiest spots along the NSW coastline.

Captain Cook Lookout – take in the spectacular view south to Scotts Head and down along the Nambucca River and beyond. A great place to also do a spot of whale watching!

Beautiful Beaches – surf at Main Beach, Nambucca Heads or go and search for your own piece of paradise along the long strip of uncrowded coastline all the way to Valla or at Shelley beach.

River Fun – the Nambucca River is a great spot for fishing, kayaking, snorkelling, canoeing or waterskiing.

Nambucca Heads Mosaic – this mosaic is located in the centre of town. Dolphins, octopus and fish emerge from mosaic waves in a sculpture which is one of the longest in Australia. This is one of many mosaics in our region from renown local artist Guy Crossley.

Get Active

National Parks – the Nambucca Valley has two national parks – Yarriabini National Park and Gaagal Wanggaan (South Beach) National Park. A visit to Way Way State Forest and the Pines Picnic Area will get you back to nature. Follow tourist drive 14 for a trip through coastal fishing villages; macadamia, avocado and fruit farms and artisan studios back to the Pacific Highway and then make your way back to Nambucca Heads.

Nambucca Heads Island Golf Club – if you’re the golfing kind, then play a round at Australia’s only island golf club house. There are three golf courses in total in our region including the Bonville International Golf Course just a short trip away in Coffs Harbour.

  

Dining Options

Local Clubs – Nambucca Heads is home to a number of clubs to grab a bite to eat including Nambucca Bowls ClubNambucca RSL ClubNambucca Leagues and Sports Club and Star Hotel Macksville serving up all the classic pub meals.

Wharf Street Cafe - offers a delicious range of meals and sweet treats. 

Nambucca Boatshed and Cafe - breakfast, lunch and coffee.

Good Time Charlies - specialty coffee and tasty menu items.

Bellwood Cafe - a variety of options including the classic holiday staple, fish and chips.

The Pub with No Beer – take a step back in time at this iconic pub located in Taylors Arm, approximately 42 minutes from our park and makes for a great day out. 

If you're wanting to make a tasty home cooked meal, remember our Camp Kitchen is available to use!

  

Explore the region

  

Nambucca Heads is the perfect location to make your base for day tripping around the Nambucca Valley, Coffs Coast and Macleay Valley Coast. After a long day of sight seeing and exploring you can come ‘home’ and retreat to the quiet and relaxing ambience of BIG4 Nambucca Beach Holiday Park.

Day trip to the Coffs Coast

There is so much to see and do at the Coffs Coast!

Big Banana – the kids will go bananas for the giant slide, tobogganing and laser tag.
Dolphin Marine Conservation Park – an incredible water wildlife experience.
Butterfly House – an indoor tropical habitat for 400 or so live Australian butterflies.
Forest Sky Pier – located at Sealy Lookout and make for some great family snaps!
Urunga Boardwalk – spectacular views of the Kalang River and lots of wildlife to spot along the way.

  

Waterfall Way Scenic Drive – take this beautiful drive to Dorrigo and walk through world heritage listed rainforest at Dorrigo National Park. At the Dorrigo Rainforest Centre learn all about the national park's flora and fauna. Take a stroll along the popular Skywalk walkway and lookout platform over the escarpment edge for a close up view of the rainforest canopy. Walk to Crystal Showers Falls or take a longer walk along the kilometres of pathway through the rainforest.

Bellingen - this little village makes for a wonderful stop to sample local, organic fare and shop for the latest fashion or find handmade arts and crafts.

Trial Bay Gaol - only an hours drive south is this historic attraction in Arakoon as well as the Smoky Cape Lighthouse and Smoky Cape Walking Track. Both are well worth a visit particularly on a clear blue day when you get the added bonus of wonderful coastline views to the north and south.