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ACCOMMODATION FINGAL HEAD NSW

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Fingal Holiday Park

Prince Street, Fingal Head NSW 2487

Get away from it all and relax in total seclusion at Fingal Holiday Park with the Pacific Ocean and kilometre after kilometre of white sandy beaches at your front door. Just a few minutes' walk across the peninsula and you're on the banks of the Tweed River. Do as little or as much as you like... swimming, fishing, walking, boating from nearby ramps or simply relaxing in the sunshine. Mild winters and warm waters mean that every day's a day at the beach at Fingal.

Accommodation ranges from well grassed tent and caravan sites to luxury cabins with en suites. Just 10 minutes from central Tweed Heads by car, Fingal Holiday Park is an idyllic beachfront getaway, as peaceful as it is beautiful.

Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Fingal

Prince St, Fingal Head NSW 2487
Relax in total seclusion at Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Fingal, an idyllic beachfront getaway with the Pacific Ocean and kilometres of white sandy beaches at your doorstep. With mild winters, warm waters and beaches that are patrolled all summer long, every day is a beach day at Fingal. Located just 10 minutes from central Tweed Heads, the quaint township is famous for its brilliant surf breaks and fishing locations, all within proximity to the park. Accommodation ranges from large well-grassed tent and tourist sites to Surfari tents, luxury cabins and villas overlooking the beach.

Fingal Head

Fingal Head, Fingal Head NSW 2487
Fingal Head is a sleepy coastal village at the mouth of the Tweed River. A popular attraction is the Fingal Lighthouse that can be reached via a short walk through remnant coastal rainforest. Watch dolphins play and whales during their annual migration season. Cook Island and its marine reserve can be seen offshore, its variety of bird species makes it popular for birdwatchers. The area was name after Fingal in Ireland because the basalt headland was thought to be similar to the Giants Causeway there....