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Split Solitary Beach Holiday Park, Coffs Harbour

Absolute beachfront; Accommodation to suit most budgets from deluxe villas to one room cabins; Quiet, shady, grassed caravan & camping sites; Lush sub-tropical gardens; Ideally situated 9 minutes to the many activities, attractions and facilities of Coffs (6 km North from the “big Banana”); Dogs welcome; Seniors or FPA Discounts;

Accommodation Options

Deluxe Villa

2 bedrooms, 2 double beds, selfcontained, fully equiped kitchen, covered verandah, sleeps up to 5 people


2 bedrooms, self contained, equiped kitchen, sleeps up to 6 people, covered verandah,

Standard Cabin

Self contained, ensuite, covered verandah, sleeps up to 4 people

Powered Site

For Caravan s & Campers – Grassed, shady, level, close to amenities


Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Fishing - Beach
  • Snorkelling
  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • National Park
  • Wildlife

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