With solar panel and battery power, harvest rainwater, recycled water systems, compost, recycling, waste minimisation and eco-friendly cleaning. We carefully choose to limit our environmental impact while honouring the Yuin people’s Country we are so fortunate to enjoy. Beachcomber is one of the most sustainable accommodation options in Australia.

Yes. Our power is solar generated, and usage of it is carefully managed. All cabins have power, with limited power points.

Yes, we do allow the use of small and quiet generators but do ask that you are considerate of your neighbours tranquillity. Please only use generators between 10am – 4pm.

Beachcomber Holiday Park is located within a National Park and as such must abide by their strict no-pets policy. Sorry, no dogs.

Yes, free Wifi is available to guests when on-site. As we are in a remote location Wifi is intermittent. Telstra and Optus networks work well at Beachcomber.

Campfires are only permitted in the fire-pits provided onsite at Beachcomber. Fires are not permitted on days of a total fire ban or as advised by the NSW RFS.

All campfires MUST be in one of the fireplaces/fire pits provided. Fires are not permitted on the beach.

You can purchase firewood from reception. You can’t collect firewood in the National Park.

Our pizza over is very popular. If you would like to use the pizza oven, please book a time at reception, where pizza dough and ingredients can be purchased.

Yes, we have a camp kitchen called The Gunyah which has a fireplace, sink, gas oven and hot plates. There is also two free gas BBQs in the courtyard outside the camp kitchen and three sinks for washing your dishes at the ‘Kitchen Sink’ attached to the amenities block. There is however no power in the Camp Kitchen.

Yes you can, at reception. Please come see us about charging your phone or device for a gold coin donation to the local RFS.

No, unfortunately you cannot charge your EV onsite at Beachcomber. We are 100% solar powered. Our solar powered cabins, sites & buildings do not have sufficient ampage to charge an EV. The closest charger is at Bodalla Diary, plus there is a super charger at Narooma

Yes, you can but there are only a small number of spare power points available to help limit the demand on our eco solar system.

The Beach Houses (Pelican’s Perch and Light House) have microwaves, as do the two new Beach Cabins (Dreamtime and Driftwood).

Yes, we have a modern amenities block with hot showers. There are no charges for guests to use these facilities.

Yes, we have a washing machine, dryer and clotheslines available for guests to use.

Yes, we can fill gas bottles for you. Just leave them at the reception by 2pm and they’ll be available for pick-up at the end of the day.

No. We collect and store all our own water and use a combination of both bore and rainwater. Given this we do not provide water to every site but you can top up your water bottles and jerry cans while you are here.

As we are limited to water supply we do ask that whenever possible you arrive with your tanks full. Drinking water is available from taps marked ‘Drinking Water’ only.

We have a 3-minute shower time policy, and recommend a swim in the ocean as the best way to freshen up in the morning.

Our sites cater for a maximum of 6 people and 1 vehicle. We have a small number of Family sites that can accommodate 10 people + 2 vehicles.

Yes, there are several fishing options available nearby. The simplest is to fish off the beach in front of the park. Alternatively, you can fish off the rocks on Blackfellows Point or walk further down the beach and fish Tuross Lake. If you have a boat, you can launch at Narooma or Tuross River north of Bodalla.

No, our beach is not patrolled but if conditions don’t suit you there are two more beaches nearby to choose from. The nearest patrolled beach is at Tuross Heads or Dalmeny.

The closest patrolled beach is at Narooma.

Beachcomber seeks to ensure that our guests experience the unique environment of the Eurobodalla National Park. Due to our unique location this also means that guests who travel into this area may not be supported with the same infrastructure as found in urban areas.

As we are in a remote location and due to development restrictions, strict environmental policies and our unwavering commitment to reducing impacts on our local environment, means that activities or accessing some areas of Beachcomber will include walking on uneven surfaces, through sloping walking paths and sand dunes. This can mean that guests with fitness and / or mobility restrictions may not be able to experience all of our facilities and activities.

Your safety and comfort are important to us. If you have any special or specific needs or require assistance, please discuss this with our team.

People that travel with a sleep apnoea machine will need to make prior arrangement with management and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

We strongly encourage guests bring a travel battery for their CPAP machines.

Check in is 2pm, check out is 10am. We’ll accommodation early and late arrivals where possible. Please call us to discuss your options.

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