Colonial Tweed Holiday and Home Park

Indicative Rate * AU$35 to AU$195

Colonial Tweed Holiday and Home Park is a small, boutique park providing friendly personal service. The park is well located, with excellent accommodation and facilities at very competitive rates.

The Colonial Tweed is located on the southern bank of the Tweed River, just a few minutes drive from Coolangatta beach and the Tweed Heads shopping centres.

The river provides a wonderful opportunity to participate in any water sport; fishing, kayaking, sailing, swimming or simply enjoying a stroll along the walkways on the southern bank of this magnificent waterway.

The Colonial Tweed is located well away from highway noise, allowing you to enjoy a wonderful break from your busy lifestyle.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Our Rooms

A separate main bedroom with double bed plus two bunks in lounge area. Full kitchen facilities and private bathroom and toilet. Linen supplied for main bedroom. Linen hire available for bunks or bring your own.

Studio Cabins are five berth with an open style floor plan. Features: kitchenette with small breakfast bar for two. Linen is provided to main bed only. Linen packs are available for bunk beds.

Powered sites with concrete slabs for your annex. Close to amenities and conveniently located to dump site.

Three large powered grass en suite sites that are suitable for tents, caravans, pop top vans, camper trailers, mobile homes and fifth wheelers.

Two are situation towards the back of the park which ensure they are private and quite, which you will enjoy while on holiday. One is right at the front of the park overlooking the beautiful Tweed River.

Minimum two nights stay is required on these sites.

The van has a double bed with kitchen facilities and use of park amenities.

Four berth unit with separate master bedroom. Veranda overlooks river. Features include: en suite, television, clock radio, fans and heater. Well equipped kitchen with refrigerator, cooktop, microwave, electric frypan, jug and toaster. Fully screened. Linen supplied to main bedroom. Linen hire available for berth beds.

The three bedroom Villa is situated near the swimming pool, and has a double carpark at the front of the Villa. Two bedrooms have queen beds with linen, while the third bedroom has two single beds without linen.

A minimum two night stay is required to book the Villa.

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