All fees are paid in advance.
Site fees are calculated until 10am on the day of departure. If your travel arrangements are inconvenienced by these times, contact the park management to make alternative arrangements.
Cabin check in 2pm
Sites check in 11am
Normal trading hours are 8am to 6pm daily.
Park management reserves the right to evict any person who fails to obey the park rules.
In case of emergency call ‘000’ for Fire, Police or Ambulance.
For after hours emergency call managers mobile.
The safety of our guests is of prime importance. You can assist our cause by limiting the speed of your vehicle to 8 kilometres per hour (walking pace) whilst in the park.
Fire hose reels are not to be used for washing vehicles. Please contact park management if you wish to wash or repair a vehicle on site.
One vehicle per site please.
Caravan and trailers
All vans and trailers must be placed onto the site so the drawbar as approved by the registration is facing the road or access, so immediate removal can be undertaken in the case of an emergency.
The park and its facilities are provided for the enjoyment of you and your children. The supervision of your children is important for their safety and to ensure they do not disturb other people in the park. Children must be accompanied by an adult when visiting the showers and toilets.
Australian Standards relate to the use of bunk beds and state that: “Children under the age of 9 years are not permitted to use the top bunk. Also children must not play on the top bunk.”
Due to fire safety hazards, open fires are not permitted. Please use the barbecue facilities provided.
Scooters, skateboards, rip sticks, roller skates and roller blades
Prior to arrival please check with the park management on their policy for the use of these recreational items on the parks.
Unfortunately skateboards are not permitted on any of the parks.
Please keep your site tidy and use the facilities provided for drying clothes, discharge of sullage water and rubbish disposal, we ask that you do not tie ropes or secure tarps from our trees. Please do not dig trenches on or around your site.
The peaceful enjoyment of our park and its facilities by all visitors is important to us. Please assist by being considerate to your neighbours and restrict noise from radios, televisions and social gatherings after 10pm and before 7am. The person whose name is on the receipt is responsible for the orderly conduct of all members of their party and their guests.
Cycles must be ridden on the roads within the park at the speed limit of maximum 10 kilometres per hour. Please inform your children of the safety requirements and ensure that they wear a safety helmet at all times.
Please only use bicycles during daylight hours.
Messages will be placed on the notice boards except for urgent messages, which will be delivered to your site.
Receptacles are located through the park for your convenience. Please assist by wrapping all garbage prior to its disposal and unfolding boxes, cartons etc.
Securing your site
Whilst Park Managers do their best to ensure a safe and secure environment, we do recommend that visitors to the park take the precaution of securing items of value left outside their tent, cabin or caravan during the day and overnight.
Hot water is available for showers, washing machines and basins. Please consider others and limit the time spent in showers and avoid water wastage at all times.
Dogs are permitted at Scotts Head Holiday Park during Off Peak Season only (sites only). Subject to Park Managers’ discretion. *Conditions apply.