Reflections Terrace Reserve
When my beautiful friend Connie asked if we could plan a family holiday together, I knew we had to show them Reflections at Brunswick Heads! So on Easter Monday we packed up the kids and the caravan and made our way down the coast.
Our days were filled with relaxing in the river by the caravan park and exploring the nearby areas. Here’s a little rundown of what we got up to!
This gorgeous little town is one of our favorites to visit, there are two Reflections caravan parks in Brunswick, we have only ever stayed at Terrace Reserve and LOVE it! Once you’ve set up camp you’ve got the option to stroll around town checking out all of the eclectic little shops, there’s vintage finds galore in this town! Also, don’t skip the coffee spots, there are so many great ones! Some of our favorites were - Footbridge, Old Maids, Jones & Co and Table View!
The park itself is situated right on a river, if you’re lucky enough to score a waterfront site, you’ll enjoy cruisy afternoons watching the tide and wildlife. The kids had plenty of fun whether the tide was high or low, low meant they could get muddy and run around through the shallows and get their paddle boards out when the tide was high. There’s also a park right near the footbridge and while it’s school holidays there are plenty of activities in the caravan park - we enjoyed a disco and movie night and also a jumping castle while we were there!
Exploring the hinterland is a must when the kids need to get rid of some energy, so we drove out about 40minutes to get to Minyon Falls. The little ones wouldn’t have been able to do the whole track so we found a detour that led to the top of a waterfall instead. We spent a few hours up there, eating lunch and exploring the rock pools. If your kids are a little older definitely do the whole trek! We have always wanted to do a parents only getaway to this spot so that we can FINALLY finish the hike haha!
Brunswick Heads is also very close to Byron Bay, we spent one day in Byron so we could catch the famous solar train which was a fun adventure for the kids! On the way back home we decided to stop into “The Farm” for a BBQ lunch and stroll around the grounds to check out all of the animals - this is always such a great spot for the whole family to enjoy!
We spent six nights in this awesome caravan park and could have easily spent another six! There’s so many places to explore and things to do without it feeling too busy and crowded. And if you’re not into camping they have some gorgeous little cabins right on the river as well! Thank you Brunswick Heads and Reflections Terrace Reserve, we can’t wait to visit again!