Beachcomber holiday park is located within a National Park and as such has to abide by their strict no-pets policy.
Yes, as long as we aren't on a fire ban we do allow campfires in the fire pits provided. Alternatively you can bring your own brazier but it must lift the fire high enough off the grass to prevent it being scorched.
No, I'm afraid we cannot allow fires on the beach as they create a significant safety issue if they are not extinguished effectively.
You can't collect firewood in the National Park but if needed you can purchase it from Reception.
Yes, we do allow the use of generators but do ask that you are considerate of your neighbours. With this in mind we do have an 8.30pm curfew for generator use.
Please let reception know if you would like to use the pizza oven so we can be sure everything is ready for you. We provide the wood and have pizza trays etc available for guest use. You can also purchase pizza dough from reception, just let them know by lunchtime of the day you need it (or ASAP if you need enough for more than 5 pizzas).
Yes, we have a camp kitchen which has a sink and gas oven. There is also two free gas BBQs in the courtyard outside the camp kitchen and three sinks for washing your dishes at the 'Kitchen Sink' attached to the amenities block.
No, we are off grid and have to generate and store all our own power which means we must limit the demand on our system.
Yes, if needed you can recharge devices at the reception. All we ask is you make a gold coin donation to our chosen charity.
Yes you can but there are only a small number of spare power points available to help limit the demand on our solar system.
Yes, we have a modern amenities block with hot showers. There are no charges for guests to use these facilities.
Yes, we have a washing machine and dryer ($4 per load) and clotheslines available for guest use.
Yes, we can fill gas bottles for you. Just leave them at the reception by 2pm and they'll be available for pick-up at the end of the day.
We collect and store all our own water and use a combination of both bore and rainwater. Given this we do not provide water to every site but you can top up your water bottles and jerry cans while you are here. Given we have such a limited supply we do ask that when ever possible you arrive with your tanks full.
Yes, there are several fishing options available nearby. The simplest is to fish off the beach in front of the park. Alternatively you can fish off the rocks on Blackfellows Point or walk further down the beach and fish Tuross Lake. If you have a boat you can launch it either at Potato Point Beach or into Lake Tuross near Horse Island.
No our beach is not patrolled but if conditions don't suit you there are two more beaches nearby to choose from. The nearest patrolled beach is at Tuross Heads or Dalmeny.