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Flat Rock Tent Park, Ballina

Peacefully located facing Angels Beach and surrounded by coastal bushland, Flat Rock Tent Park is the ultimate beachside hideaway. Situated adjacent to the renowned Flat Rock, this uniquely natural tent park is a hidden treasure.

This park is only a short drive from Ballina and Lennox Head and features gas heating for the amenities and safety lighting around the park. The park caters for tents and camper trailers only and provides amenities, BBQ’s, washing tubs and clothes lines. Their is also a public phone, gas and ice available at the manager’s office.

If a secluded camping holiday by the beach sounds like your cup of tea, then Flat Rock Tent Park is definitely the place for you and your family.

If you have any queries regarding prices, bookings or nearby attractions, please click on the above links or feel free to contact the park managers – Paul and Debra Parsons.

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