Red Head Accommodation

Red Head Holiday Accommodation

Mid-Coast Holiday Accommodation Centre offers a wide range of Red Head holiday rentals and Red Head holiday accommodation solutions to suit all tastes and budgets.

Red Head Beach is located at the northern end of Black Head Beach where it meets the reddish-brown headland from which it gets its namesake. A quiet beach area, Red Head is an ideal spot to start the rainforest walk which encompasses dramatic coastal views, rare tracts of littoral rainforest and extensive koala habitat - a must for nature lovers.  The walk takes in two headlands, Black Head and Red Head, and is joined by the long arc of Black Head Beach.

Redhead is a beautiful area near Port Macquarie that attracts thousands of visitors every summer. Home to gorgeous sandy beaches and unique local cultural attractions, you won't be short of things to do in your Redhead holiday accommodation.

Our Redhead holiday rentals are located just a short walk or drive from some of the region's most popular attractions, including beautiful beaches, a magnificent local state park, and hundreds of shops and restaurants. Whether your idea of a perfect weekend is a mountain hike or a day of shopping, you'll find everything you're looking for in Redhead, New South Wales.

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Redhead Beaches

Redhead is home to some of the most beautiful beaches on Australia's East coast. Some of the most popular beaches in the area include Redhead Beach, Catherine Hill Bay, and Dudley Beach. Each of these beaches offers something different for everyone, whether you want to spend an afternoon reading on a beach towel or swimming in sparkling blue waters, the beaches around Redhead are truly a sight to behold. Redhead's local beaches also offer the perfect spot to enjoy a gentle coastal walk and take in the sights from a whole new perspective during your stay in Redhead.

Surfing & Watersports

If you're planning an action-packed trip to Redhead, make sure you book some activities during your visit. Many of the beaches around Redhead are popular with surfers, and whether you're a total beginner or an expert on the board, there are lots of surf rental shops around that supply surfboards and surfing accessories to travellers and tourists. You could even book surfing lessons if you want to make the most of your time by the beach.

You can also book lots of other watersports during your stay including windsurfing and sailing, or why not look into other activities such as cycling or 4x4 driving? Redhead is home to some of the most beautiful scenery in New South Wales and whether you prefer to be on two wheels or four there are lots of ways to experience it.

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Wetlands State Park

Belmont Wetlands State Park

Belmont Wetlands State Park is a local park that's just a five-minute drive from Redhead Beach. This state park comprises a large area of natural bushland and beaches for visitors to explore and roam at their leisure. If you want to see more of the local geography and coastline or set eyes on some of the local wildlife, a trip to Belmont Wetlands State Park is a must. Dogs are also allowed in this park, making it one of the best local locations for taking your pup out during your travels. With or without a dog, Belmont Wetlands State Park is a gorgeous spot for long walks and adventures.

Shops & Restaurants

The area around Redhead Beach isn't short of shops and restaurants if you're in the mood for some retail therapy during your stay. From gourmet burgers to locally-caught seafood and Asian fusion dishes, there are lots of restaurants to get your teeth into in Redhead. Local areas like Charlestown and Belmont also have plenty of options for dining out no matter what type of food you're in the mood for.

Redhead is also home to lots of unique independent shops and boutiques, including fashion shops, gift shops, and homeware stores. If your idea of a relaxing Saturday is a day of shopping and a lovely lunch out, head to Redhead's shopping district and while away your weekend snapping up some great deals. There are also plenty of bars to put your feet up and enjoy a relaxing drink or two after your day out.

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Hallidays Point Rainforest Nature Walk

Hallidays Point Rainforest Nature Walks extend from Black Head in the south to Diamond Beach in the north. There are five scenic walks encompassing striking coastal landforms and vegetation as well as rare tracks of littoral rainforest, wetland and lagoon areas and is a must for nature lovers and keen photographers.

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Beaches & Coastline Activities

The coastal area of Hallidays Point is located Midway between Taree and Forster and includes Black Head, Diamond Beach and Red Head. Back Beach at Black Head runs for 9 miles through to the north end of Tuncurry Beach.

All beaches offer a safe and unique coastal experience for visitors and locals alike. Here you can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including fishing, surfing, snorkelling, horse-riding and rock pool exploring. 

 

Explore The Hinterland

Visit the picturesque hinterland of Gloucester and Barrington Tops region, which offer perfect day trips away from the coast. Hike to the beautiful Ellenborough Falls or vis the historic township of Stroud for a picnic and historic walk. 

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Markets & Festivals

Taking place on the first Sunday of the month, Black Head Bazaar Markets offers an extensive variety of stalls selling fresh farm picked fruit and vegetables, handmade clothing and jewellery, homemade cakes, slices and biscuits. Food and wonderful fresh roasted coffee are available.

For Music, food, craft beer, fine wine, art, family entertainment, align your holiday dates with the Lakeside Festival, in Forster Tuncurry; A brilliant not for profit event showcasing the Mid-Coast Region and Hinterlands, the Lakeside Festival embraces the local communities of The Barrington Coast.