Bellinger Heads State Park NSW is perfect for a relaxing summer holiday or warm winter retreat. With a superb year-round climate and marvellous beaches, the towns of Urunga and Mylestom are one of the regions lesser known jewels, unpretentious, with a laidback and relaxed atmosphere. Perfect for a family holiday or a quiet stay, the Bellinger Heads State Park boasts beautiful beaches and stunning estuaries and wetlands which are perfect for surfing, swimming, diving, fishing and boating. Take a stroll along the fabulous Urunga lagoon boardwalk and then out to the ocean beaches.
Facilities at Bellinger Heads State Park NSW include amenities blocks, amphitheatre, barbeques, boardwalk, boat ramps, bmx track, golf course, picnic areas, playgrounds, restaurant, shelter sheds, surf life saving clubs, tidal swimming pool, walking trails.
Bellinger Heads State Park NSW provides an extensive range of recreational activities and is a nature lover's playground. Activities include bird watching, boating, bushwalking, canoeing, cycling, fishing, golf, picnicking, surfing and swimming.
Located 530 km north of Sydney at the mouth of the Bellinger and Kalang Rivers, Bellinger Heads State Park NSW stretches from the Tuckers Rocks in the north to Hungary Head in the south. The nearest regional centre is Coffs Harbour which is 20minutes drive to the north.
There are three accommodation options to choose from in the Bellinger Heads State Park.
North Beach Holiday Park - Mylestom NSW
North Beach Holiday Park is situated in a pristine location adjacent to the magnificent Bongil Bongil National Park. With direct access to 10 uninhibited kilometres of beach and close proximity to the serene Bellinger River this is the ideal spot for a family to experience plenty of activities. Visit the Park's website www.northbeachpark.com.au to view accommodation options and tariffs.
Urunga Heads Holiday Park - Urunga NSW
Urunga Heads Holiday Park is situated in the seaside village of Urunga on the North Coast of NSW. Located approximately half way between Sydney and Brisbane, Urunga enjoys mild winters and warm summers, making it the ideal holiday location at any time of year. Families, couples and singles enjoy the peaceful setting of Urunga Heads Holiday Park as it is perfectly placed on the edge of Urunga Lagoon within an extensive area of river front parkland. Visit the Park's website www.urungaheads.com.au to view accommodation options and tariffs.
Hungry Head Cabins – Hungry Head NSW
Hungry Head Cabins NSW are unique as they are situated amongst the rare littoral rainforest only a couple of minutes walk to the unpopulated Hungry Head Beach. The Hungry Head Reserve is sheltered behind the Surf Club and observation platform adjacent to the cabins. If you want to enjoy the typical Australian bush and beach setting, Hungry Head Cabins is the ideal place to visit. Visit the Park's website www.hungryhead.com.au to view accommodation options and tariffs.
Flora and fauna
Bellinger Heads State Park NSW is home to the scenic estuarine area of Urunga lagoons. Dotted with endangered ecological vegetation communities, this area supports a wide range of bird species including a number of threatened shore birds. Walk through littoral rainforests, freshwater wetlands and mangroves surrounding the Urunga lagoon or head further north and walk from Mylestom along the beach or behind the coastal dunes to Bongil Bongil National Park. Bird species commonly seen in this area include Bower Birds, Rainbow Bee-eaters, Dollar Birds, Brahminy Kites and White-Bellied Sea-Eagles.