Perched atop a headland, the North Coast Holiday Parks Bonny Hills offers breathtaking views. You will literally feel on top of the world as you take in the dazzling white sands of Rainbow Beach below and the glittering blue water of the mighty Pacific Ocean as it stretches away to the horizon. Situated mid-way between cosmopolitan Port Macquarie, with its eclectic range of shops, cafes and restaurants, and the tranquil waterways of pretty Camden Haven, Bonny Hills offers some of the best surfing beaches and fishing holes on the coast. And this laidback village is the perfect base from which to explore this fascinating and rewarding area. Go bushwalking, swim in a waterhole, take a river cruise, visit a winery or watch migrating whales – Bonny Hills has it all.
Dog friendly (on sites only in off peak and shoulder seasons)*conditions apply.
We have found some interesting little spots which may tickle your interest while staying at Bonny Hills. Check them out here.
Hello Koalas is a bold, ambitious and imaginative sculpture project, which celebrates one of Australia’s iconic animals – the Koala. Above all, it is designed to generate a sense of fun and surprise for everyone who comes across one of the creatively decorated koalas resting in parkland, lazing by the river, waiting outside the shops, or playing with school kids.
Bonny Hills has joined this project and has its very own Koala displayed at the park. See if you can find all 50 koalas when you visit the Port Macquarie Hastings region!
Meet Your Park Hosts
Greg and Michelle Morrissey are holiday park managers managing ‘the most beautiful park in the world!’, well we think so and we’re more than happy to welcome you to North Coast Holiday Parks – Bonny Hills to substantiate this wildly adventurous claim.
This place is so relaxing that you’ll feel as if you’ve been tranquilised, and the views are ‘to die for’, but all you’ll be dying for is ‘your next visit!’.
There’s also plenty to do in and around the area, Rainbow Beach is a short stroll away, there are quality restaurants and eateries nearby; there’s surfing, fishing, boating, mountain biking, paragliding, beach and bush walks, and in season, spotting breaching whales is a regular pastime.
So heed our tagline, ‘take time to breathe’ and come and see how our regulars win-up-big when debating the timeworn query, “where is the most beautiful park in the world?”.