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Reflections Holiday Parks Clarkes Beach

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Simon Anicich, campsite manager, Aircamper since August 2018

This listing has been verified by the campsite manager and was last updated July 2020.


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6 Reviews

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Annie S.
4 months ago

Great location in town. Easy walk to restaurants and shops. Facilities were nice and easy to access. Overall great experience... only wish we could do bonfires!

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Stephanie W.
1 year ago

Really bad value for money. $78 for one night!! The site is untidy and the pitches are very small and poorly kept. Our site was so unlevel it was impossible to sleep. Not even enough room to put up an awning or table and chairs. Other campers are parking cars in other peoples bays as there is not enough room in their own pitch. In certain parts of the site there is an over warming smell of sewerage Toilets and showers ok. However all four sinks in the ladies were backed up and over flowing with used water This site is in a nice location but the owners have tried to cram too many pitches in. Greedy springs to mind

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Justin S of Southport
1 year ago

There are a variety of different sites here. The campground is set on a beachfront hillside, there are level sites for caravans close to the beach which have concrete slabs and artificial turf ground cover. Further back, the sites are a mixture of ‘cut and fill’, some suited to camper trailers or small to medium sized caravans, and ‘benched’ sites which you park your car beside then walk up a couple of steps and pitch your tent. The ground cover is road base gravel for all sites except the caravan sites at the front. Most sites are pretty level, maybe just a little slope on some. Park occupancy is maximised with the size of the sites and campers will camp boundary to boundary in most places. Internal roads are bitumen sealed, narrow, and winding. Park rules seemed to work when we were there for a long weekend - the place was packed but quiet at night so we could all get some sleep. Bathrooms were clean and well presented with good shower pressure. Plenty of fresh water taps in the park with a centrally located children’s playground. The camp kitchen has plenty of tables and includes bbq cooktops plus electric cooktops for frypans and pots, plus washing up areas. It’s an easy and level walk or bike ride into town from here.

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James N.
1 year ago

Nice place and kkki

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Troy G.
1 year ago

Awesome location. Easy walk in to Byron cbd. Access to Clarke’s beach and The Pass from back of park. Very tight corners for longer vans but can still be navigated.


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1 Lighthouse Road,
Byron Bay NSW 2481

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Caravan Park
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Yes
Cabins Available
Yes
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Reflections
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0.86 km

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