Spent three nights here as part of our tour down the coast. The park is the only park in Brunswick that takes dogs. It is nicely situated right beside the Brunswick River which is perfect for setting up camp and throwing a line in. The facilities are clean and there is a mix of old and new amenities. The park is well maintained and the owners keep a close eye on the activities of their guests (we were told four times about moving our car away from the adjacent vacant sites - which we were happy to do - we were just a bit slow to do it). There is a bit of noise from the highway but it is not unbearable. Overall, it's a nice spot and we'll return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- With the beautiful Brunswick River at its doorstep and magnificent Mt Chincogan as its backdrop, Ferry Reserve Holiday Park makes the most of its dramatic setting. Named after its location, the site of the first ferry to cross the river, this park is a safe and accessible place for swimming, snorkeling and kayaking. Because it has its own boat ramp - the only park in this area to do so - it is the obvious choice for the committed fisherman or boater. Brunswick Heads with its patrolled surf beach and vibrant cafes is only a three minute drive away. Or, for a safe and healthy family outing, there is a dedicated path/cycleway to town that does not cross any major roads. ... more less
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