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- Entire home
- Crescent Head
Almare Located at the eastern end of the village, this 2 bedroom cottage is filled with character ready for your next visit to Crescent head. This beach shack is a hop, skip, jump to Crescent’s main attractions – the beach, golf course, main street, tavern and country club. This facelifted, older style beach shack offers a spacious living area that overlooks the golf course and out to sea. Almare offers fantastic value for your travelling group or family whilst providing a traditional Aussie Beach house holiday home experience. With a fully equipped kitchen, featuring microwave, oven, fridge and plenty of cupboard space, you have everything you require if you decide a night in is what you need! Almare can comfortably sleep 6 people, with 2 double beds and 2 single beds within the property. Make sure to use the 3 rd bedroom/sleeping nook at the end of the large L shaped living area. For your relaxed holiday convenience, the home includes washing machine, LCD TV, DVD, garage, parking, laundry and enclosed yard. Only 150metres to the beach and close to town, you can lock up the car and set off to explore this beautiful coastal town. So what are you waiting for, Almare has everything you need for your next holiday. Sit on the steps at the back shed and watch the swell roll in, walk across the golf course to the break, enjoy a hot shower when you get back and then head to the tavern or country club to revel in a great selection of food and beers on tap. Please note: Personal linen is not provided and guests will need to bring their own sheets, towels & pillowcases. If you would like to hire linen, this can be provided at an additional cost through the Elders office. STRA Registration number PID-STRA-23841
- Private room
- Crescent Head
Your private space is located inside Cape Cod Beach House. At the top of the stairs behind a lockable door you will find your huge airy north facing private room with bathroom, aircon, tv, ocean glimpses and plenty of space to hang out. You even have your own little fridge, microwave, jug, toaster and coffee machine just in case you want to keep to yourself after spending the day at one of the many beaches nearby. Most small housetrained dogs are also welcome. Please check before booking.
- Entire home
- Crescent Head
The Skyline is a new home that was completed in November 2018. The internal house design has high ceilings and is white in colour. It has been designed to make you feel you are on holidays. The home boasts ocean views overlooking front beach and back beach. You can see the Pacific Ocean from your bed! The views to the west are of the mountains. It has a large covered verandah facing north that is ideal for BBQ's
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Your guide to Crescent Head
All About Crescent Head
Crescent Head is a pristine beach town located 440 kilometres north of Sydney in the Kempsey Shire of New South Wales — known for being one of the most famous surfing spots in Australia. In 2008, the town’s Killick Beach was named one of Australia’s National Surfing Reserves for its long, slow right-hand break — a world-famous break that attracts surfers from near and far. You will also discover beautiful sandy beaches and lush National Parks for bushwalking and camping. The area is also considered to be a great spot for whale watching.
Just south of Crescent Head is Goolawah National Park and Limeburners Creek National Park. These Parks are home to many significant Aboriginal cultural heritage sites that date back thousands of years. Crescent Head is also known for having a unique golf course overlooking the sea. It only has six holes but makes up for it with stunning views of the ocean and beyond.
How do I get around Crescent Head?
The best way to get to Crescent Head is by car. It is a five-hour drive from Sydney and just under six hours from Brisbane. If you do not own a car, there are many rental options available in Sydney and Brisbane. The closest airport is Port Macquarie Airport (PQQ), with flights arriving from Sydney daily. Here you can hire a car for the 45-minute drive to Crescent Head. You can also catch a train from Sydney to Kempsey, which is just 20 minutes away from the town. Once you are in Crescent Head, you can easily get around by foot, although a car will be needed to access attractions a little further afield.
When is the best time to stay in a holiday rental in Crescent Head?
Crescent Head enjoys sunshine almost all year round, but is especially glorious between May and October, when the days are pleasantly warm and the nights are mild, perfect for enjoying beach activities and nature walks. The town also plays host to the annual Crescent Head Malibu Classic in May, the largest amateur longboard competition in the country. Summer is also a great time in Crescent Head for enjoying the beach. Although remember to pack sunscreen and a hat as it can get very hot between December and February. Whenever you decide to visit there is a wide range of Crescent Head accommodations.
What are the top things to do in Crescent Head?
Crescent Head is famous for surfing. The right-hand point break that wraps around the headland and into the bay is one of the longest right-hand waves in the world and is perfect for longboarders. If you do not have a board, you can hire one in town. If surfing is not your thing, there are plenty of spots on the beach for swimming, or just sit back and watch the surfers do their thing.
National Park nature walk
Crescent Head is surrounded by 60 kilometres of National Parks, making it a great spot for nature walks. The easy 1.4-kilometre walk through lush coastal rainforests to Big Hill is scenic and full of wildlife spotting opportunities. It also offers prime picnic spots to stop for a bit to eat along the way.
Crescent Head Lookout
Head up to Crescent Head Lookout for panoramic views of the town, and the beaches to the north and south. To get there, walk up the headland via the golf course and you will find a dirt trail that leads around the cliffs to the lookout. The walk takes you past one of the most unique golf courses in the world, with just six holes and stunning views.