A Few Recommendations for Northern Rivers Glamping

Across the Northern Rivers you will find a great number of camping sites ranging from private land to more resort style camping grounds. If you are a real outdoors lover and being remote is your thing then you may look towards the country, rainforest retreats or private land. If you love a hot shower at the end of your day, like to stay plugged into the social media world and enjoy bustling environments then tourist villages and camping parks are for you. Whilst choosing the right site for your tent is important, wherever you choose, our Breezy Belle tents are always of the same high quality and the hard work is always on us.

 

Glamping rates do not include site hire fees. You are required to book and pay for your site independently.

 

Sites or grounds that are further than 1hr drive from Byron Bay require that you stay a minimum of two nights at a rate of 120 per night per two people. see full info on our Belle Tent Hire page.

 

Below are a few recommendations to make choosing a little easier:

Lennox Head is a seaside village on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia, situated on the stretch of coast between Byron Bay and Ballina in Summerland Coast NSW.

 

Lake Ainsworth is a freshwater lake popular for swimming, kayaking and stand up paddleboarding. The relaxed village atmosphere has great restaurants, sidewalk cafes and shops. 

 

Lake Ainsworth Holiday Park: 02 6687 7249

 

Flat Rock Camping: 02 6686 4848

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Ballina

Ballina is a popular holiday destination that offers family-friendly beaches and calm waterways, lakes and estuaries. 

 

Located along the Richmond River, headlands and the coast, Ballina offers great opportunities for whale-watching, waterfront picnics and barbecues, as well as a world-class skate park and 25 km of cycleways

Ballina Beach Village Dolphin Bay: 02 6686 3347

 

Shaws Bay Holiday Park: 02 6686 2326 

 

 

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Evans Heads

Evans Head is an old-fashioned beach town surrounded by national parks, with 6 km of surfing beaches and pretty coastal scenery. It's the perfect location for an easy-going family holiday where the kids can swim in the river or at the shallow beaches along the river estuary.

 

There are good bushwalking trails, perfect for enjoying the beautiful wild flowers and birdlife.

Silver Sands Holiday Park: 02 6682 4412

 

 

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Tabulem

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Byron Bay

Byron Bay is Australia's easternmost town and 'style capital' of the North Coast. It's a place of outstanding natural beauty, set against lush volcanic hills.

 

Byron Bay is a great place to get active, be it surfing, kayaking, Scuba Diving or just enjoying a swim at the beach. 

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Brunswick Heads

Brunswick Heads is a beautiful coastal village on the mouth of the Brunswick River. The town is located on the doorstep of many glorious beaches such as Brunswick Heads Beach, a popular spot for swimmers and anglers alike.

 

Between the months of May - October Brunswick Heads is a great location for whale-watching and is often visited by pods of dolphins.

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Tweed coast

Outside the main centres of Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah and Kingscliff, the quirky charm of the region is revealed in quiet country hamlets, historic river ports and seaside villages.

 

Along the Tweed Coast, our seaside fishing villages have held onto the magic of a traditional Aussie beach holiday where you can swim at safe patrolled beaches, paddle a kayak up the creek, take the kids (or just yourself!) to a quiet fishing spot and enjoy a leisurely ride along the oceanfront cycle paths.

 

 

Tabulam has a number of recreational activities including white-water rafting, camping, fishing and bushwalking. A local company offers weekend or single day river adventures in one of the continents most unspoiled waterways, with expert guides and the opportunity to spot a platypus or wedge-tailed eagle.

 

Please Note that Staying in Tabulem Requires a Minimum 3 Nights Stay at $120 per night per person not including Site Fee. All other Costs remain the same. see Rates

Lanikai Camp Grounds: 02 6666 1272