Pull your caravan into Kiama and set up camp for a relaxing but adventurous weekend.
When destiny calls, it’s often the coastal haven of Kiama that answers. Specifically, if you’re on an east coast road trip journey and you’re looking for the best Kiama caravan parks.
Whether you’re cruising in a motorhome, on a nomadic road trip with a car roof pop-up tent or seeking a great glamping place to lay your head, we’ve got you covered.
Surf Beach Holiday Park Kiama
Talk about prime position. Surf Beach Holiday Park looks directly over Kiama’s Main Beach, offers plenty of activities and has spotless facilities including a fab camp kitchen.
Kids will enjoy splashing around the pool.
It’s a quiet location, about a 10-minute walk from the centre of town and is also pet-friendly (conditions apply). It’s one the best caravan parks in Kiama and features spacious two-bedroom cabins which are great for families, cool campsites for stargazing antics, and ample space for your caravan too.
Soak up ocean views from your balcony at Surf Beach Holiday Park Kiama.
Kendalls on the Beach
Kendalls on the Beach, yes please. The team at Big 4 Holidays Parks sure knows how to cater for everyone.
There are great Kiama accommodation options for all types of travellers here. We love the powered caravan sites with ensuite facilities and the aptly named Ocean View Loft with the double-storey layout, ideal for an upstairs parents’ retreat.
Have a splendid time with your family at Kendalls on the Beach. (Image: NEG photography)
Sunny’s Aquaventure Park is great for the kids and there are seasonal family-friendly activities throughout the year. Note: this park is easy to navigate for those seeking an accessible caravan park in Kiama.
Pull your vehicle over the majestic Kendalls on the Beach. (Image: NEG photography)
7 Mile Beach Holiday Park
This spectacular holiday park is just outside (approx. 15-minute drive) from Kiama. You’ll find it between the northern end of magical Seven Mile Beach and the calm waters of Crooked River – which is a top spot for swimming and kayaking.
Glamping, camping and caravan sites sit alongside the forest backdrop of Seven Mile Beach National Park. Immaculate amenities, pet-friendly premises, BBQs, a swimming pool and a tennis court are all yours.
Travel hint: Crooked River Winery is close by if you’re in the mood for a wine tasting or just swing by and pick up a few bottles of vino to keep at your campsite.
Werri Beach Holiday Park
Beautiful Werri Beach is buffered by two headlands at each end, one has enchanting rock pools to explore and swim in and the other has a natural lagoon. This area is famous for fishing and surfing and Werri Beach Holiday Park is the perfect base for people who love marine-based activities.
There are grass and concrete caravan and campsites here and the park has excellent facilities and amenities such as a tennis court, a camp kitchen, a playground, an inflatable jumping pillow (kids love this one) and a resort-style swimming pool.
Kiama Harbour Cabins
Perched on Blowhole Point these coveted cabins book out quickly in the holiday season. But, even when it’s ‘busy’ this place maintains a peaceful, easy feeling.
The superb position of Kiama Harbour Cabins overlooking the Pacific Ocean makes a great vantage point for whale watching. Be sure to enjoy the nearby Kiama Lighthouse walk and stroll into town for gourmet supplies – then cook up in your self-contained kitchen and tuck in on your seaside balcony.
It’s a truly blissful experience complete with colourful birdlife and native gardens. Bonus points for its close proximity to the Kiama rockpools for swimming. Add it to the bucket list.
Killalea Camp Ground
Set up camp at the best bush-style caravan park near Kiama. Nestled in the subtropical rainforest, Killalea Camp Ground is the ideal base if you want to (and trust us, you do) head to the hills and explore Minnamurra Falls.
Be at the centre of an idyllic nature and beach landscape at Killalea Camp Ground.
It’s also super close (just a short walk) to famed Kiama surf breaks such as the Farm and Mystics. You literally have the best of both the bush and beach worlds here.
This idyllic Aussie campground in Killalea Regional Park (between Kiama and Shellharbour) offers plenty of shady sites to pull up the caravan or pitch a tent and spend a few nights. It’s an affordable option for those keeping an eye on the hip pocket too.
Set up your tent on the beach at Killalea Camp Ground.