Kingscliff North Holiday Park reopens after major upgrade

Holiday-goers flock for luxury villas, beachfront views and dog-friendly sites.

A rejuvenated Tweed Coast Holiday Park at Kingscliff has been reopened after being closed since October last year for a massive redevelopment.

Kingscliff North Holiday Park (KNHP), located on Marine Parade, underwent a $2.8 million revitalisation that included installing six beachfront cabins, two additional ‘Surfari’ tents, five ensuite units for tourist sites, disabled facilities, sheltered barbecue areas, powered tent sites and a new manager’s office and residence. 

The Executive Manager of Tweed Coast Holiday Parks, Richard Adams, said the Park’s facilities and services were now four-star standard.

Kingscliff North oliday Park reopens

Photo: Jack Marquis, Harrison Jensen, Archie Jensen, Annie Marquis and Charlie Jensen, on holidays from the Lockyer Valley, are welcomed by Kingscliff North Holiday Park managers Karen and Jeff, and Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Executive Manager, Richard Adams.

“Initial works removed all caravans, structures and underground services,” Mr Adams said.

“The park is now the perfect destination for anyone looking for an absolute beachfront getaway, in a quiet location, without breaking the budget.

“It is located just two kilometres from Kingscliff’s town centre, which is easily accessed by walkways and cycleways and the beach is usually free from holiday crowds,” he said.

“The park has also been totally landscaped, based around local native species.”

Mr Adams said KNHP would also be the first dog-friendly Tweed Coast Holiday Park as a trial, allowing some visitors to bring their dogs under certain conditions.  “The trial is scheduled for 12 months, allowing dogs into the Park under some conditions, and will then be reviewed,” Mr Adams said.

“Conditions include having your dog registered and restrained at night. Couples or singles with their own caravan or motor home accommodation will be able to book a dog-friendly site.”

The improved holiday park also includes a new cabin for people with disability, new water, sewer and electrical services, boom gate access control, new roads, internal pathways and UV-stabilised artificial turf on tent sites.

The number of park sites has been reduced from 57 to 46, to allow for more site space for visitors.

For more information, to book or to access the Park’s conditions of acceptance for dogs, call (02) 6674 1071, or visit

Press release and photos courtesy of TSC Media Unit Friday 03/07/2015.

For more local accommodation options, visit the Big Volcano Visitor Guide Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks and Pets Welcome – Pet Friendly Accommodation.