Fancy having 10 kilometres of golden sandy beach at your back step? What about close proximity to the Bellinger River? North Coast Holiday Parks North Beach is located in a pristine environment adjacent to the magnificent Bongil Bongil National Park and a stone’s throw from the beach and the river. Pack a picnic basket and enjoy a peaceful lunch on the banks of the tranquil Bellinger River. Or, if you’re feeling more energetic, the river is perfect for fishing, kayaking, waterskiing and sailing. Enjoy a 4WD drive along the unpopulated beach, play some beach cricket or simply swim and surf, then finish the day with a dip in the holiday park’s swimming pool. The area offers wonderful bush walks in the World Heritage Dorrigo National Park and opportunities to explore the spectacular Waterfall Way. Bird watchers will delight in the 100 recorded species in the area and for those wanting to venture further afield North Coast Holiday Parks North Beach is an excellent base to visit other regional towns such as Bellingen, Dorrigo and Coffs Harbour.
Meet Your Park Hosts
Jack and Peg Kelly
Jack and Peg, are not quite new blood and have previously been at NCHP Nambucca Headland. After having done some fantastic work there have now taken up the challenge of North Beach.
Jack and Peg are previously from Armidale where they raised their 3 children and now play Nan and Pop to three grand kids.
Having been lucky enough to do a lot of travel with their own van they have always loved the way they felt when they put the van on and headed off on holiday..
The main reason Jack and Peg decided to become managers with NCHP was because they wanted the opportunity to help make all the travellers feel special in the way they themselves had previously.
Jack and Peg have a real passion for what they do and will continue to thrive and build on their new career, they love to get involved with the community and are always happy to help out in any way they can..
Having become a little bit famous for their Sunday Jazz Sessions, their fantastic customer service and immaculate grounds, I am sure now they will be greatly missed by Nambucca and welcomed with open arms at North Beach.