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Brunswick Heads

Brunswick Heads

Brunswick Heads is a north coast holiday village situated at the mouth of the Brunswick River NSW. Nestled within the breakwater is a safe peaceful beach while white sandy surf beaches stretch to the south and north.

The north bank of the river hosts a protected rainforest and the southern bank provides a harbour and a small marina for fishing boats and small craft. Mount Chincogan provides a spectacular hinterland backdrop to the river that meanders up to the small town of Mullumbimby.

The village of Brunswick Heads is the perfect destination to enjoy the simple pleasures of a laidback coastal lifestyle yet boasts a great mix of cafes, restaurants, specialty shops, accommodation and a variety of outdoor activities.

Plus there are some great accommodation options in the Brunswick River region.

5 best family-friendly things to do in Brunswick Heads

The charming, seaside town of Brunswick Heads, only 15 minutes from bustling Byron Bay, is an ideal destination for families seeking a memorable vacation. From stunning beaches to outdoor adventures and delicious dining options, there's no shortage of activities to keep the whole family entertained. Looking for some fab souvenir ideas and where to find them in New South Wales

1. Brunswick Beach Days & Watersports

Brunswick Heads is famous for its picturesque beaches, perfect for families looking to soak up the sun and enjoy some quality time together. Torakina Beach is a favorite spot for families, with calm waters making it safe for kids to swim and play. Exploring the Brunswick River by kayak or paddleboard is a stunning way to immerse yourself in nature. Check out our top spots to SUP here

2. Fish and Chips by the River

Indulge in a classic Australian experience with delicious fish and chips by the river. The riverfront park in Brunswick Heads offers picnic tables and a serene setting, making it a perfect spot for a family picnic. As you savor your meal, you can watch the boats go by and take in the tranquil ambiance.

3. Explore the Fairy Trail

For families with young children, a visit to the Brunswick Heads Fairy Trail is a magical experience. The trail winds through the town's parks and reserves and is adorned with charming fairy doors, whimsical decorations, and hidden treasures.

4. Explore the Nearby National Parks

While in Brunswick Heads, take advantage of its proximity to several beautiful national parks. Just a short drive away, you can explore Cape Byron State Conservation Area, which includes the iconic Cape Byron Lighthouse.

5. Whale and dolphin spotting from the shore

Keep an eye on the ocean from the beaches and the walking trails for dolphins playing and during the whale migration season for a sign of these magnificent ocean dwellers.

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Accommodation Options in Brunswick Heads

Camping in Brunswick Heads

From waterfront, powered and unpowered campsites, there are plenty of ways to camp in Brunswick Heads. Bring your caravan, motorhome, campervan or tent and set up to relax at any of the 3 Reflections Holidays in the region. All 3 parks offer fantastic park amenities like BBQs, camp kitchens and all are an easy stroll to the water and to town.

Caravanning in Brunswick Heads

Only 15 minutes from Byron Bay, but with a whole different vibe, the relaxed town of Brunswick Heads is sure to leave you utterly relaxed. With flat grass or slab sites, your perfect caravan spot is waiting for you.

Cabin stays in Brunswick Heads

From unbeatable, tiny homes and premium cabins to powered sites with water views, Brunswick Heads is sure to please and suit every budget.


Where to stay in Brunswick Heads