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Big Hill Beachside Cabins, Crescent Head

10kms south from Crescent Head, along a gravel road, we are in an ideal situation for the surfer, fisherman, the nature lover and bush walker.
Nestled amongst five hectares of natural bushland, abundant with native birds and animals, directly opposite pristine secluded beaches.
Ideal for families, groups, or couples for secluded get away.
Porperty is bordered by National Park, littoral rain forest where native flora and fauna abound.
A few minutes walk to the beach via direct beach access. You cannot see the ocean from the cabins, but you can certainly hear it.

Accommodation Options

Themed Cabins

6 Themed Cabins – 3 Seperate Bedrooms. Kitchen, Dining room, Lounge, Bathroom/shower/ sep toilet.
TV/VCR, BBQ, fire pit, undercover parking.


Popular Activities

  • Off Road Driving
  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Fishing - Beach
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  • Surfing
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • National Park
  • Rainforest
  • Wildlife

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