Iluka Riverside Holiday Park
The tiny coastal village of Iluka is a tranquil hideaway surrounded by the magnificent Clarence River, vast, unspoilt beaches and the World Heritage listed Yuragir National Park. It’s a peaceful and secluded haven for fishermen, surfers, nature lovers and families.
Iluka Riverside Tourist Park is on the banks of the river, right in the heart of Iluka. You can fish from the Park’s pontoon – or anywhere along the the Park’s long river frontage.
Fresh seafood abounds and you can whip up a feast in the camp kitchen or cook the day’s catch on the Park’s riverside BBQ’s.
Wander through the lush manicured gardens, take a stroll down to the beach, or just kick back and take in the sunset.
Make Iluka your holiday secret…
Iluka Riverside Facilities
- Amenities Blocks
- Camp Kitchen
- Children's Playground
- Dump Station
- Free WiFi
- Gas Refills
- Laundry & Clothesline
- Boat Ramp & Jetty
- Waterfront BBQ Facilities
Iluka Riverside Location
Close to some of the best the East Coast has to offer:
1 hr 26 mins to Byron Bay
1 hr 16 mins to Coffs Harbour
Iluka Riverside Park Map
Iluka Riverside Pet Policy
Here at Iluka Riverside Holiday Park, we love our four-legged friends as much as you do, so we have chosen to accommodate your beloved pets on select sites during low season (maximum one dog per site).
If you would like to bring your dog along on holidays with you, please check with the office prior to your stay, to confirm whether pets are permitted on your site.
Please head over to our Pet Friendly page to learn more.
Iluka Riverside Fires
We all love a good campfire, roasting marshmallows after dinner, telling stories with a hot cuppa, or simply the smell of a fire on a chilly morning.
Iluka Riverside Holiday Park welcomes the use of fire pits, however, campfires are limited to specific areas of the park and in certain seasons.
If you would like to have a fire during your stay, please check with the office to confirm if fires are permitted on your site. Please remember to practice safe habits and be responsible when having a fire and never leave children unattended near a fire. Please also remember to completely distinguish your fire before leaving it unattended.
To learn more, please read our Camp Fire Guidelines and Declaration before your stay.