Tomago Village offers a wide variety of accommodation in cabins and caravans.

You can enjoy spacious sites in a semi-rural settings.

Camping sites are available and the park is just two hours north of Sydney. Newcastle Airport is also nearby, just a 20 minute drive from the park.

(02) 4964 8066

819 Tomago Rd, Tomago NSW 2322

Drive

Drive

From Newcastle: 24min/18.8km.

Take the Pacific Hwy north from Newcastle to Tomago Village Van Park for the best way to see areas of the state at your own pace.

Stops along the way:

  • Nerong: Pack a picnic and your bathers and stop near the water on Egret St for a bit and stretch on the grass

 

From Sydney: 1h55min/160km.

Head north on the Pacific hwy from Sydney for the most direct route to the Tomago accommodation.

Stops along the way:

  • Munmorah State Recreation Area has great walking trails
  • Forster is home to One Mile Beach and the Booti Booti National Park, so depending on weather, hit the beach or head for a hike!

 

From Port Macquarie: 2h20min/227km.

The Pacific Hwy will bring you almost the whole way to Tomago Village Van Park.

Stops along the way:

  • The Middle Brother National Park is a great place to stretch your legs. TV Road will bring you to the Devils Hole Lookout, just off the Pacific Hwy.
Fly

Fly

From Newcastle Airport (NTL): 15mins/16km.

The airport is accessible via Rex, Jetstar, Virgin and QantasLink airlines. Here you will find a host of car rental companies, such as Budget, Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Redspot and Thrifty. Taxis stand waiting on the ground floor outside the terminal, ready to take you to the Tomago Village Van Park. Airport Shuttle Services are provided by Newcastle Transfer Services.

 

From Sydney Airport (SYD): 2h2mins/170km.

Sydney Airport will provide the same car rental services as Newcastle and taxi options that will take you straight to your Tomago accommodation.

Bus/Train

Bus/Train

Refer Provider Timetables

XPT Train:

  • Services between Sydney and Brisbane

Stops daily at Taree, 30mins east of Harrington, where Eggins Comfort Coaches provides a daily service from Taree to Harrington.

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  • Office & convenience store on-site
  • Clean refurbished amenities
  • Laundry
  • Swimming pool
  • Tennis court
  • Boom gate security
  • Kiosk
  • LPG exchange
  • Fax services
  • First park out of Sydney!
  • Wi-Fi

Hunter Wetlands National Park (18km)

Just a short drive from Newcastle is Hunter Wetlands National Park, a wildlife sanctuary with family-friendly walking, cycling, fishing and birdwatching. It’s hard to believe Hunter Wetlands National Park, a haven for nature-lovers, is so close to the city of Newcastle. Pop the kids and their bikes in the car and head to Ash Island, where Riverside Park is just the spot for a picnic and easy cycling – or walks if you prefer – through rainforests and mangroves. You can also meander to the old World War II radar station or explore the ruins of Milham’s Farmhouse.

Hunter Region Botanic Gardens (10km)

The award winning Hunter Region Botanic Gardens are managed and maintained by volunteers for the enjoyment and education of the people of the Hunter and visitors from Australia and Overseas. These beautiful gardens cater for everyone from serious horticultural enthusiasts through to students undertaking educational school trips and families wanting to enjoy a day outdoors.

Newcastle (18km)

Newcastle is the heartbeat of the Hunter and with over 3.3 million visitors, attracts nearly half the region’s domestic visitors and 66% of total international visitors.

Myall Lakes National Park (49km)

Take your pick of three lakes that are part of this beautiful national park and indulge in some fishing, boating, whale watching, surfing or swimming. If it’s too cold for water-sports, turn your attention to one of the largest trees in the state, Grandis, measuring in at 76m. The park also runs guided tours, which will enhance your survival skills and educate you on the history of the area.

Forster – Water Activities (147km)

Bring your paddleboard or kayak to Forster and take advantage of the calm waters of Wallis Lake. Surf the waves at One Mile Beach, water-ski on Wallamba River, or dive the shipwrecks and amazing coastal reefs off Seal Rocks. Local operators are happy to supply you with all the gear you need, lessons, tours, and cruises to make sure your holiday is fun filled and carefree.

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