Coastal resort offering stunning views of the Sapphire Coast and Tasman Sea
Situated in the south-eastern corner of New South Wales, the Merimbula Beach Holiday Park is a multifaceted vacation destination that offers tourists the opportunity to dip their toes in the Tasman Sea or trek the regions many National Parks.
Found three hours south of the capital Canberra, the town of Merimbula is very much a relaxing locale that benefits from fine weather and an assortment of natural wonders.
Consisting of a wide range of accommodation types which range from caravans and holiday condos to luxury bungalows and spa villas, the 4-star park offers suitable and affordable lodgings for visitors on any budget. Those travelling with their own caravan are also welcome at the site.
The park consists of a total of 79 guestrooms across its variant accommodation styles. Caravans, some of which are powered whilst others are not, offer the most simplistic lodging opportunity, with minimal features. Luxury villas are equipped with all of the facilities and amenities you would expect of a 4-star resort, including spa baths to add to the relaxing vibe. Almost all properties have a stunning view of the coastline and sea beyond.
The resort itself is equipped with a wide range of leisure facilities, many of which make this a very family-friendly destination. A large swimming pool complex includes sun loungers and a grassed picnic area as well as a wading pool for younger children. Theres also a solar heated family pool.
Amongst the activities on offer at the Merimbula Beach Holiday Park are volleyball (with sand court), full sized tennis court, a kids club, childrens playground, giant jumping pillow, games room (featuring table tennis and pool), bikes, and go-karts. Essentially, this is a childrens paradise. Whilst the children are enjoying themselves, adults can take advantage of the stunning scenery and relaxing atmosphere.
Covered barbecue areas and a camp kitchen offer dining options whilst a guest TV room is on offer for those looking to take a break from the sunshine.
The park is well-positioned for guests to enjoy the region to its fullest capacity. The beach and coast is scenic, whilst boat trips onto the Tasman Sea are regular. Here visitors can try their hand at whale watching. A variety of species have been spotted off the Sapphire Coast as they migrate south. Those lucky enough may even spot one of these magnificent creatures from the comfort of their room. The Killer Whale Museum, in nearby Eden, is an informative and popular attraction.
Unlike whales, dolphins do not migrate thus making them a year-round addition to the area. Perhaps the best way in which to get up close with these creatures is to take a kayak trip onto the waters. Such trips can be arranged at a number of locations along the coast.
Visitors who prefer to keep their feet well and truly on solid ground can head west and visit one of the many National Parks that lay at the foot of the Great Dividing Range. Here guests at the Merimbula Beach Holiday Park can expect to see some splendid flora as well as a wide range of wildlife, all in a tranquil setting.