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Holiday Parks Perfect for Solo Weekend Getaways

Fishing at Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park

Lake Burrinjuck is touted as the ‘fishtopia of freshwater fishing’, home to some of Australia’s best fishing spots, and it’s the perfect spot for a solo weekend getaway. Spend days out on the lake fishing for Murray cod, golden perch and Silver Perch , or take a break to explore some of the hiking trails in the area. With plenty of nearby camping sites available at Reflections Lake Burrinjuck, it's easy to find accommodation and meet fellow travellers.

The Burrinjuck Waters Holiday Park is the perfect accommodation for your fishing trip, complete with fish-cleaning equipment, boat ramps, and easy-access solo traveller cabins. It is also right by the water 's edge - think lake view sunsets, easy fishing and handy boat launching.

Learn more about the best fishing spots in NSW.


Kayaking from Eden Holiday Park

Beowa National Park, formerly Ben Boyd National Park, - a blink-and-you-’ll-miss-it drive from Eden - is an ideal spot for exploring the coastline, and kayaking is one of the best ways to experience it. From kayaking along the tranquil waters in Edrom Bay to paddling around Hawkins Island, you'll be sure to get plenty of stunning views and peaceful moments during your solo trip to Beowa National Park.

Be sure to pack all the necessary safety equipment and check the weather forecast before heading out. Kayaking is best experienced in the sunshine, and you don't want to be rained out. After spending a day kayaking around Australia's clearest waters, head back to Eden Holiday Park for a good night's rest. There are laundry facilities at the park and good fishing nearby.

Walking Tracks Near Byron Bay Holiday Park

Stunning sea views abound on the coastal walking tracks of Cape Byron, perfect for a leisurely walk or energetic hike. The track takes you through the native rainforest, grassland, nearby clifftops and seaside trails to the Cape Byron Lighthouse. The track is also easy to complete with just a few short steep hills, taking anywhere between one to three hours depending on your walking speed.

This is a formed track, so you don't have to worry about wearing specific hiking shoes, but we do recommend taking water and sunscreen. There are also walking tours to join.

Cape Byron's Lighthouse is one of the most iconic attractions in Australia and a great spot for taking photographs. Note that you may need to pay park entry fees if you are entering with a vehicle.

Byron Bay Holiday Park is just a couple minutes’ walk from Cape Byron and features camping facilities such as a camp kitchen and laundry machines. It's a great place to relax after a day of walking around Cape Byron. For those wanting an upgraded stay, the park has a range of amazing cabins and tiny homes with lush rainforest vibes or direct beach views.


Surfing at Lennox Head Holiday Park

For all the surfer heads out there, Lennox Head Beach is a great place to go for a solo surfing trip. Spend the day paddling in the ocean and taking on some of Australia's best waves. Lennox Head is home to a world-class right-hand point break 1.2km long that can be admired from the headland.

There are also a variety of surf schools here if you’re looking to improve your surfing skills. This east coast town is also known for its relaxed atmosphere and friendly locals, making it a great spot to meet new people and make friends while you’re there.

Luckily, Lennox Head Holiday Park is a close accommodation option for all the exhausted but happy surfers. Super close to both the water and shops in the town, this holiday park provides all the necessary amenities to make your stay comfortable. As well as the hard-to-beat- location, surfers love the range of camping and accommodation available at the park.The park also offers a glamping area with a chill vibe, perfect for a group of surfer mates hanging ten together.

Biking at Pambula Holiday Park

If you're an experienced biker, why not consider taking a day off to bike along the Bundjalung National Park and Fireshed Trails? These tracks are a great way to explore the beautiful countryside of Australia in a single day. As you bike along the trail, take in its amazing views and experience some of Australia's best trails with spectacular scenery. There are signed on-leash walking areas for dogs, beautiful wetlands birds, and gentle paths perfect for long relaxing walks through nature.

Pambula Holiday Park is one the closest campsites to the day-long biking track. It's the perfect place to rest and recuperate after a long biking trip. It features BBQ facilities, a camp kitchen as well as laundry machines to make your stay as comfortable as possible. It’s also within walking distance from nearby markets, cafes, and a community reserve featuring a cricket pitch, tennis courts, and running space .


Yoga & Meditation at Seal Rocks Holiday Park

If you're looking for the ideal relaxation break, Seal Rocks Holiday Park is the perfect place for you. With its quiet setting and scenic views, this holiday park is great for yoga and meditation sessions.

There's also plenty to see and do within driving distance, and Forster is nearby for shops and cafes.

Stargazing at Cudgegong River Holiday Park

Stargazing is the ultimate unique experience under an Australian sky and a must on your holiday. Cudgegong River Holiday Park is a river-side campsite away from all the city distractions and lights, and perfect for stargazing, with crustal clear skies and an abundance of stars.

Cudgegong is also only a 30-minute drive from Mudgee Observatory , where you can take in the night sky and observe stars and planets that cannot be seen from some of the world’s most populous cities. No astronomy expertise is required to enjoy an amazing experience sitting back and enjoying the beauty of the night sky.

Why not take a solo weekend getaway and explore some of these amazing destinations? With beautiful scenery and plenty of activities to enjoy, there's a solo activity in NSW for everyone. Pack your bags and get ready to explore Australia's best solo holiday destinations!

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Where are the best holiday destinations for singles?

There are many great destinations for singles and solo trips in Australia. Some of the best ones include Lennox Head, Grabine Lakeside Holiday Park, Cudgegong River Holiday Park and Mudgee Observatory. With plenty to see and do but options for silence and stillness as well, your holiday is your choice.

How can I enjoy trips alone?

To make the most of travelling alone, plan out your trip beforehand and create a list of activities to do. Make sure you have all the necessary safety items such as water, food, a first aid kit, and other equipment before heading out. Finally, enjoy the time for yourself.

Where to travel alone in Australia?

There are many great locations for solo travellers in Australia, from New South Wales to Western Australia to South Australia to the Gold Coast. Some of the best ones include Rottnest Island, Thredbo National Park, Broome, Cradle Mountain National Park, and Lady Elliot Island. These places are all great for singles as they offer plenty of activities to do while also allowing you to appreciate Australia's natural beauty to the max.