Minnie Water Holiday Park
Minnie Water is an untouched piece of paradise, sitting nearby Yuragir National Park. This tranquil destination is the perfect place to escape when needing to be surrounded by natural beauty.
Minnie Water Holiday Park is just a short walk to Minnie Water Beach and the iconic Minnie Water General Store, the perfect place to top up on supplies. For those who are looking to escape the crowds, this location is the best place to step out of digital life and back into nature.
The park offers cabins, safari tents, and spacious powered and unpowered sites. The luscious green park also offers a tropical pool and open space communal camp kitchen – perfect for those who love a bit of space.
Minnie Water Facilities
- BBQ Area
- Car & Boat Wash Bay
- Amenities Blocks
- Large Sites for RVs
- Free WiFi
- On-Site Convenience Store
- Swimming Pool
- Camp Kitchen
- Tennis Court
Minnie Water Location
Close to some of the best the East Coast has to offer:
1 hr 56 mins to Byron Bay
1 hr 9 mins to Coffs Harbour
Minnie Water Park Map
Minnie Water Pet Policy
Here at Minnie Water 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.
Minnie Water 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.
Minnie Water 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.