Get away from it all at Bendalong Point Holiday Park. Located on Red Point Headland, the park offers easy access to surf beaches and the calm waters of the Boat Harbour. Bendalong is ideal for a traditional family camping holiday with an abundance of shady campsites.
Don't forget to bring the boat along for a day of fishing or boating. The boat ramp is located adjacent to the park on the northern side of the headland and boat washing facilities are located in the park for your convenience. The park is also home to families of kangaroos, possums, and native birds including rosellas and kookaburras. Meet the stingrays when they come in to feed at the boat ramp as the fisherman return.
Perched on top of the headland between Dee Beach and Flatrock Beach at North Bendalong is Allawah Beachside Cabins. Budget priced, holiday cabin accommodation in an absolute water-front location. Surrounded by pristine beaches, serene tea-tree lakes, Crown bushland, Conjola National Park and the sleepy village of Bendalong.
North Bendalong is an un-spoilt haven for swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, diving, snorkelling, bushwalking, surfing and bird-watching. The beaches and lakes are safe for kids.
Bendalong is a small coastal village just north of Manyana on the New South Wales South Coast. It is set on a magnificent jutting section known as Red Point, named by Captain Cook on his voyage of discovery.
Here you can take a stroll on some of the finest beaches on the coast. Choose from the tranquillity of Boat Harbour and Washerwoman's Beaches, or head to Inyadda Beach, one of Australia's most renowned surfing beaches.
Bendalong borders Conjola National Park where accommodation is available in cabins, cottages and caravan parks....