Have stayed here twice before and had a great time. This year the ground is under new management and they leave a lot to be desired. You feel as if you are being constantly watched and harrassed by their militant style. We will not be returning and neither will several of the people we went with. Its a shame as it used to be a very relaxed and friendly park to visit but this is now a thing of the past. I would recommend that potential visitors keep driving there are plenty of lovely spots to stay on the Coffs Coast with parks that are visually as nice if not better and the hosts of these parks would have to be more accommodating as they probably understand that they are running a holiday destination not a prision camp. Very Dissapointing!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dip your toes into the calm swimming waters and rock pools or take advantage of the low tide for direct access to Moonee Beach. Located on the tranquil waters of Moonee Creek and adjoining Moonee Beach Reserve and Green Bluff headland there is so much to see and do at Moonee Beach Holiday Park. Whilst parents are out swimming, fishing, boating or bushwalking, the kids will be entertained during the school holidays with fabulous activities such as painting, movies, face painting, Easter egg hunts and fishing competitions. Nature lovers will marvel at the rare flora and fauna on display as they stroll through pristine rainforest, mangrove mud flats and scale the coastal headlands that boast stunning ocean views.Dog friendly (on sites only)* seasonal conditions apply. ... more less
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