PET FRIENDLY CARAVAN PARK LOCATED ON THE NSW SAPPHIRE COAST.
Kalaru Holiday Park is a traditional-style park close to Bega, Tathra and Merimbula.
Conveniently located just a short 5 minutes drive from the coastal village of Tathra, which is famous for its historic steamer wharf, fishing and surfing. Our local area abounds with lagoons, rivers, beaches and national parks. Pristine beaches are safe for swimming and surfing while the lagoons and rivers cater for power boats, water skiing, sailing and canoeing.
The park is set on 12 peaceful acres with large, grassy sites for caravan and camping and self-contained cabin accommodation.
Sites are dog friendly* and a dog-run for your furry friends allows them to stretch their legs and socialise.
Facilities for campers include a well-maintained amenities block, laundry, camp kitchen and BBQs.
There’s fun for the kids with a giant jumping pillow, playground and swimming pool, with plenty of space to ride their bikes.
*At manager’s discretion. Some restrictions may apply during Peak Season. Please contact our Park team prior to arrival.
- BBQ facilities
- Jumping pillow
- Camp kitchen
- School holiday activities
- Dog-friendly on sites only
- Dog run
@CJ’s Takeaway Cafe
The Sapphire Coast’s newest, favourite café and takeaway. Serving up hearty brekkies, classic burgers, fish & chips and more. Fresh wraps and sandwiches. Gluten-free options available.
Dine in and takeaway. Order ahead available. Conveniently located at the entrance. Open to the Public. Locals and visitors welcome!
Monday – Wednesday : 7am – 3pm
Thursday – Saturday : 7am – 7pm
Sunday : 9am – 2pm
Open extended hours during School Holidays.
School Holiday Fun
From arts and crafts to sports and scavenger hunts, we regularly have fun-packed activities for the kids during holidays.
Whale Watching on the Sapphire Coast
Steeped in whaling history and unspoilt coastal wilderness, whale watching opportunities on the Sapphire Coast are abundant. More than 30,000 whales make their way along the NSW coast from May to November each year. The region is one of the few places to see whales feed. You’ll find plenty of lookouts for whale sightings and passionate charter operators. Be sure to also catch the highlight of the season, the Eden Whale Festival, held each year in October/November.