Subscribe      List an Event or Business      Invite a Writer      Write for WN      Writers      Other Locations
list an event      1 million Australian readers every month      facebook

Budgewoi Holiday Park

Home > Sydney > Beaches | Camping | Caravan Parks | Dog Friendly | Walks
by Anne Dignam (subscribe)
I am a amateur freelance writer from Sydney. My passion is Aboriginal history, Australia and its unusual places. My aim is to share my knowledge to better your experience. Thank you
Published December 3rd 2013
Holiday on Shark Row, at Budgewoi Holiday Park
Budgewoi Holiday Park has it all; caravans, tents, cabins and semi- permanent and permanent sites. This park caters for all ages. It is a great spot for a quick weekend away by the shores of Lake Munmorah in Budgewoi.

Accommodation cabins


It is a good size park with a sense of humour; all their streets are named after fish. We stayed at Trout Street, adjoining a lot with wonderful lakeside views on Sharks Row.

All streets are named after fish


Children are definitely catered for here with numerous play areas

BBQ and play areas throughout the park


The massive jumping pillow was definitely a huge hit with the children and adults. This is located in the centre of the park, near the amenity block and catering area. The jumping pillow is inflated and deflated each day.

Jumping Pillow


BBQ and catering facilities along with plenty of amenities spread out through the holiday park.

Kitchen and Catering area


The toilets are key locked; extra keys are available at $5 per key,

Facility Block


The bathrooms are pristine; a bathtub is available for kids who don't like showers, plus there are laundry facilities. They also have a public phone within the park.

Views of Lake Munmorah near campsite


Fishing, bike riding, walking or just relax - this area of Budgewoi has it all, with wonderful lakeside views.

Meet some regulars


There is a lovely old bridge crossing the river at the office end of the park area. It is a great picnic area and popular fishing spot, which attracts plenty of visitors.

Parkland adjoining Budgewoi Holiday Park


To be honest I'm more of a bush camping person and love my campfires, but I loved Budgewoi Holiday Park and will be returning in the future for a quick getaway.

The local shops, restaurants and bowling club are all within walking distance. Animals are welcome as well.
Help us improve  Click here if you liked this article  9
Share: email  facebook  twitter
Phone: 02 4391 9019
Where: Weemala Street, Budgewoi NSW 2262
Cost: Starting from $24 per night
Your Comment
Articles from other cities
Featured
Foodi Photoh Classie
Top Events
Popular Articles
Categories
Lists
Questions