Bushfire update #2 – a drive in (videos)

Bushfire update #2 – a drive in (videos)

6 Dec 2019 Due to wind shifts the fire came back again on Thursday 5 December and there was more drama – again north-west of our park and this time also north of our neighbours “Durras Beach North Holiday Park” formerly known as “Bundilla”. They have survived, as … [Read more...]

Bushfire update #1 – our park was saved by the firefighters

Bushfire update #1 – our park was saved by the firefighters

4 Dec 2019 The park is in good condition thanks to the great effort of the NPWS Rangers, the RFS Volunteers and the NSW Forestry workers.  The ground teams and the fire bombers worked together wonderfully to protect our park and the on-site vans.  THANK … [Read more...]

Spring brings new friends

Spring brings new friends

23 Sep 2019 Eastern Grey Kangaroo with Joey (Aug … [Read more...]

Campfires are OK

All of our camping sites and cabins have wood fireplaces and you are allowed to use them.   The ban on solid fuel fires imposed by NSW National Parks and NSW Forestry (Sep 2019) for the South Coast does NOT apply in our holiday park. But, if a Total Fire … [Read more...]

Durras Lake Closed – 30 Aug 2018

  After three years of being open to the sea, the Durras Lake entrance closed on the 30 August 2018.   Information sourced from NSW DPI What is an ‘ICOLL’? Many coastal lakes and lagoons alternate between being open or closed to the ocean. … [Read more...]

Durras Lake Open 25 August 2015

The lake was mechanically opened on Tuesday 25 August following very heavy rain due to an "East Coast Low".  For example, Ulladulla had 273mm of rain in two days. The Mt Agony Road was cut in three places as the waters rose quickly on Tuesday afternoon.  At … [Read more...]