Are you looking to stay in a nice cabin on the NSW Central Coast?
The kids, my hubby and I stay in cabins most holidays. Cabins are affordable, great fun for the kids and they have a fully equipped kitchen, which means you can save money by cooking at the cabin instead of eating out.
Here I have listed the best-rated cabins on the Central Coast. Some of the places offer school holiday activities while others offer unique experiences or relaxation…
Sleep in the bush with friendly Australian wildlife on the grounds of Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park.
Wild Night Out is a great way to live close to Australian animals in their natural habitat. You may wake up to kangaroos and emus on your balcony. Wild Night Out is a great experience for children… Read what Lonely Planet has to say about it.
Australia Walkabout Wildlife Park is located at Calga, only 1 hour north of Sydney.
Stay in a spotless and modern Eco Cabin in a scenic valley and secluded spot. Wake up to one or more fun activities at Glenworth Valley Outdoor Adventures…
You can combine your stay with quad biking, horse riding, kayaking, laser skirmish and abseiling. You’ll be guided by passionate guides. You can also hike to the nearby waterfall, and make a fire in the fire pit in the front garden at the end of an amazing day.
Located at Glenworth Valley, 1 hr 10 min north of Sydney.
The Palms at Avoca is a nice holiday park for families who want to enjoy the beautiful Avoca Beach. The cabins are surrounded by trees and are located a short drive to great cafes and restaurants and the beach...
The Palms at Avoca offers a resort-style pool and a wading pool for children, as well as a heated spa. Children also enjoy the play equipment, the games room, pool table and air hockey table. They can ride their scooters around the place.
If you like BIG4s, check out NRMA Ocean Beach Resort & Holiday Park. Kids have a great time there.
This holiday park has direct access to Ocean Beach, which is perfect for kids because the water is often calm and shallow. And the patrolled section of the beach is a short walk away. Also, there’s a fantastic playground just up the road with BMX and skateboard parks and a lovely cafe.
Located at Umina Beach, 90 min north of Sydney.
Dunleith Tourist Park is on the shore of The Entrance Channel and just across the bridge from The Entrance.
It’s a great spot for fishing and boating. You can have a dip in the shallow water of the channel or head to the nearby patrolled beach, a 5-minute walk away.
The best cabins are waterfront. You get epic sunsets from the verandah.
Dunleith Tourist Park is located 1 hr 35 min north of
Budgewoi Holiday Park is in a serene, spacious and shady spot beside Lake Munmorah, 1 hr 40 min north of Sydney.
You can get a cabin that overlooks the lake. What’s better than enjoying the afternoon sun on the verandah while overlooking the lake with a glass of wine? Kids enjoy the jumping pillow and the small playground. Walk to Birdie Beach, cycle on the bike path along the river and the lake, and enjoy fishing and boating.
Budgewoi Holiday Park is also a short walk to shops and
This old-school holiday park is run by the council. The facilities have improved over the years, but the place has kept its atmosphere. The cabins are well-equipped, and some of the cabins offer ocean views.
Located at Toowoon Bay near The Entrance, 1 hr 25 min north