Right on the beach and nestled in a nature reserve, Broken Head is a beautiful, special place that's lured our family back for our summer holidays since 1985. If you camp backing onto the reserve you could see fireflies, goannas, wallabies, bandicoots, echidnas, antechinus, and lots of bush turkeys.
When you've had enough surf, walk up the beach to the freshwater tea tree lake, with its abundant birdlife, or walk around the headland to the many smaller beaches, and investigate the many rock pools which contain all types of sea urchins, anemones, etc, or just sit in the camp and watch the magnificent sea eagles soar above the headland.
The onsite managers are great, very friendly and approachable, and are available 24/7 via mobile. Facilities are cleaned daily and sites are kept mown, and since the owners took over management in 2012 they've made huge improvements, with more planned for 2013. School holidays are very busy, specially Xmas/New Year (when we are alway there) but there are sufficient amenities, and the irregular layout of the park means you're not crowded. The manager checks the sites early morning and at night, and during peak times, security guards are employed.More
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