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Assets managed by the NSW Crown Holiday Park Trust

The NSW Crown Holiday Parks Trust is a new trust established under the Crown Lands Act 1989  to provide coordinated management of some of the state’s most iconic coastal and inland caravan parks and reserves.

This includes 26 holiday parks on the north and south coasts and eight inland parks.

North Coast Holiday Parks:

  • North Coast Holiday Parks Hawks Nest Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Jimmy's Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Seal Rocks
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Forster Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Tuncurry Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Ballina Central
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Ferry Reserve
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Terrace Reserve
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Massey Greene
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Clarkes Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Moonee Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks North Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Scotts Head
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Urunga Heads
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Corindi Beach
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Shaws Bay
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Hungry Head Cabins
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Lake Ainsworth
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Nambucca Headland
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Red Rock
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Bonny Hills
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Beachfront
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Silver Sands
  • North Coast Holiday Parks Coffs Harbour
  • Other Reserves – Boambee Creek Park, Green Bluff – Moonee, Wategos, Yamba Waters, Yamba Lighthouse Cottages, Yamba Rental, 1 Duke Street Grafton, Margaret Street Grafton, Torakina Reserves.

South Coast Holiday Parks

  • Zane Grey Tourist Park
  • Eden Tourist Park
  • Tathra Beach Tourist Park
  • Inland Waters Holiday Parks
  • Lake Burrendong State Park (including Mookerawa Waters Caravan Park)
  • Lake Glenbawn State Park
  • Burrinjuck Waters State Park
  • Copeton Waters State Park
  • Grabine Lakeside State Park
  • Lake Keepit State Park
  • Wyangala Waters State Park
  • Cudgegong River Park.

Note: Further assets may be assigned by the Minister to the Trust as required. Any transfer of assets will be in consultation with the Trust Board.

 
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