Orford Beachside Holiday Park

Orford Beachside Holiday Park offers a variety of accommodation to suit all travellers, The property is fairly new and was built in 2015 offering modern and clean facilities. Offering Powered (Sites to suit very large vans) and Unpowered (Camp) sites are also available. We have Shower, toilet facilities, guest laundry, a fully enclosed communal kitchen, Gas BBQ’s and a cosy open fire for the cooler months in the semi-enclosed BBQ area.
We also offer Cabin accommodation, the cabins are new and modern, with double glazing to maintain peace and quiet, the are fully equipped, and full self-contained with everything you need for your stay.
We are located next to the Orford Golf Course, and across the road to the beautiful Raspin’s Beach, the coastal walk/cycle track starts at Raspin’s Beach and goes 6km along the stunning coastline all the way to the Spring Beach. Raspin’s Beach lookout towards Maria Island and is a lovely safe beach for all water activities.
The Maria Island Ferry is located 7km away at the town of Triabunna, Maria Island is a National Park with a lot of history, and is well known for its wildlife and stunning scenery.

Contact Details

77 Tasman Highway
Orford, 7190


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