**Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park will close on 30 January 2017 to allow for the Kingscliff Foreshore upgrade. The Holiday Park will be closed for a minimum of 12 months.**
In December 2015, Tweed Coast Holiday Parks (TCHP) in partnership with Tweed Shire Council was successful in obtaining Federal Government funding to allow for the Kingscliff Foreshore upgrade. The $21.2m project comprises the construction of a rock wall to protect the coastline, the redevelopment of Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park and the establishment of a central open space park.
$9.8m will be contributed to the project by the Australian Government to construct a permanent seawall to protect the coastline from Cudgen Headland Surf Life Savings Club to the Kingscliff Bowls Club.
$7.5m will be spent by TCHP to modernise the Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park to better meet the changing demands of people holidaying in the town. The new holiday park will be smaller in size as a 1 hectare central park will be added which includes play areas and public bbq facilities etc.
- Absolute beachfront
- Close to restaurants and shops
- Sheltered barbeque areas
- Beachfront sites