This article is attributed to Kathy Marris who writes a light hearted blog for the 50’s somethings titled “50 Shades of Age” A must follow for that traveller inside of you. www.50shadesofage.com
Only 50 kms from the New South Wales border is the village of Brunswick Heads that has an idyllic location on the Brunswick River, Simpsons Creek and a long stretch of beach. The village itself has a laid-back hippy vibe with plenty of chic boutiques, cool cafes, a few good restaurants and a retro pub with a fantastic beer garden under the shade of Poinciana trees.
Best Place to Camp in Brunswick Heads
For such a small town, believe it or not it has three great caravan parks, two located on the river and the other fronting onto Simpsons Creek. FERRY RESERVE, MASSEY GREENE and TERRACE RESERVE Caravan Parks are great places to camp and they all offer cabin accommodation as well.
Best Place to Surf in Brunswick Heads
At the breakwall at the mouth of the Brunswick River is the best spot to surf.