Welcome to Colonial Tweed Holiday and Home Park, located on Dry Dock Road allowing you to enjoy a quiet and peaceful break from your busy lifestyle. We are a small park whose business is based on friendly personal service. We have many repeat guests making Old Friends Good Friends. For a delightful holiday getaway, our park providing excellent accommodation and facilities at very competitive rates with great longer stay specials you simply can’t beat. The park is situated on the southern bank of the beautiful Tweed Heads coastline allowing you to experience its spectacular natural beauty.
The river provides a wonderful opportunity to participate in any water sport; fishing, kayaking, sailing, swimming or simply enjoying a stroll or bike ride along the walkways on the southern bank of this magnificent waterway.
Being orientated on the coast, the temperature of Tweed Heads is moderated by the refreshing off shore breezes during summer. The temperatures of Tweed Heads offer a very moderate year round climate and a very pleasant place to holiday.
With the Coolangatta Beaches, Clubs & Shopping Centre’s only a few minutes’ drive from the park, everyone is catered for during your stay. So don’t delay, simply call us today to book you next hassle free getaway as guest at our park.
Tempting as it is to simply relax by the pool or on our picture-perfect beaches, we invite you to get out and explore the Tweed’s beautiful backyard.
In the Valley, you’ll discover World Heritage rainforests, art galleries, historic buildings and gorgeous country cafes.
Along the Tweed Coast, you can get active with kayaking, surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, fishing, horseriding, cycling along the beachfront cycleway, whale watching from June to November and snorkelling with the turtles out at Cook Island.
And at Tweed Heads, you can indulge in a little retail therapy, head upriver on a leisurely cruise or go offshore deep-sea fishing, whale watching and snorkelling with turtles.
We also encourage you to explore the Tweed’s hidden treasures – volcanic caves, rainforest waterfalls, historic cemeteries, tranquil creeks where you can kayak for miles … all those places that only the locals know!