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REVIEW: Waterfront fun at Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South

Rebel and her family stayed as guests of Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South to experience what was on offer and report back to YOU. Read about the other Tweed Coast Holiday Parks here.

Newly renovated and located on absolute waterfront, Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South makes the most of the beauty and fun on offer from the crystal clear, calm waters of Mooball Creek. It’s the ideal place for swimming, SUP’ing, fishing and family fun.

We tried it out and did not want to leave!

Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South

Located smack bang in between Byron Bay and the Gold Coast, Pottsville offers clean beaches, crystal clear creek swimming and a village with a whole lot of soul.

Creekside fun at Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Pottsville South

Situated just a short stroll away from idyllic surf beaches and the Pottsville village shops, Pottsville South is the ultimate destination for a luxurious beachside family getaway.

We stayed in a luxury cabin, but there are plenty of options.

Facilities include:

  • Powered Tent Sites
  • Powered Waterfront Tent Sites
  • Tourist Sites with Double Wide Slabs
  • Tourist Sites with Ensuites
  • Waterfront Tourist Sites
  • Luxury Waterfront Villas
  • Fully Accessible Amenities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Waterfront BBQ’s
  • No Pets
Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South

Not your usual holiday cabins!

Freshly renovated the cabins have all the mod-cons. It was a real treat to have good coffee on hand. Perfect for sitting out on our balcony and watching the kids play on the shore of the pristine creek.

It really makes for a great unplugged family holiday when the location is so naturally fun. The kids were hardly inside!

Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South

All year round Mooball creek tempts visitors (and locals … like your Pelican friends pictured here) to dip in a toe. the water is crystal clear and calm. Perfect for floating your worries away!

Exploring the neighbourhood

Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South’s cabins are fully equipped for cooking, as are the fabulous creekside, covered BBQ areas. However if you feel like outsourcing, you are just a short stroll into town.

Pottsville has some great places to eat. Emily and her family tried a bunch of them out when they stayed at Pottsville North Holiday Park. You can read about them HERE.

For our culinary adventure we hopped into the car and travelled a little further north on Tweed Coast road through the beautiful towns of Hastings Point and Cabarita, right through to Salt Village to try the renowned seafood on offer at Salt Village Fish and Chips.

Let me assure you … it is worth the drive. Delicious fresh seafood, incredible salads and chips to die for! You can dine in or head across the road to the playground to eat on the lush green grass.

The service is so friendly, and the food so great, you really need to pop a stop-in on your bucket list.

Climbing fun at Ambrose Brown Park

Right next door to Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South you’ll find a super-fun playground. With tonnes of shade, BBQS, Shelter and toilet facilities it is a lovely place to spend s a few hours as the kids climb on the creative and fun equipment.

There is also an easy access track through to the creek if you fancy dipping your toes in, in between climbs!

Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South Contact Details

If you are after the kind of beachside getaway that involves watersports, fishing, swimming or even nothing at all … you should definitely consider a family at Tweed Coast Holiday Park Pottsville South.


Tweed Coast Road

Pottsville Beach NSW 2489

Phone: (02) 6676 1050

Fax: (02) 6676 3015

Free Call: 1800 234 121

Email: pottsvillesouth@tchp.com.au

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Janine Mergler

Janine Mergler is a veteran Queensland teacher, graduating from QUT with a BEd majoring in Social Sciences. After many years in the classroom, Janine moved on to academia. She has proudly trained new generations of teachers in her role as a lecturer at Queensland University of Technology Faculty of Education. She has also worked in the Queensland Government as an education specialist, developing education resources and delivering community awareness programs to help families conserve water. Currently she is the owner and editor of Families Magazine, a publication specifically targeted at parents who value a quality education for children.  Janine leads a team of professionals who write about family lifestyle, early childhood, schools and education information and family-friendly events.

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