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April 16, 2024

Kingscliff Holiday Park limps on

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The Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park has partially reopened following serious winter erosion.

Just one cabin and three onsite vans are available for bookings. Two villas were moved to the Kingscliff North Holiday Park, and can be booked from later this month.

Five cabins threatened by the erosion have been sold and were removed last week.

The park is to be redeveloped in 2013 so it was not considered viable to relocate the cabins.

Part of the temporary fence on the beachfront will be replaced with a ‘more attractive permanent fence’, according to Tweed Shire Council.


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