Brunswick Heads Accommodation
Holiday Accommodation in Brunswick
Brunswick Heads is a small village with a population of around 1600. What makes us different from other coastal towns is that we do not have large-scale resorts or high rise apartments in Brunswick Heads. What we do have is a great offering of different holiday accommodation and it is all within walking distance of the magical Brunswick River or beach, and our village shops and cafes.
Brunswick Heads holiday accommodation includes 3 motels, 3 caravan parks, a family-friendly hotel and a block of serviced apartments. In addition there are approximately 50 holiday houses and apartments scattered throughout the town, so visitors are asked to respect the peaceful amenity enjoyed by residents. The complete list of holiday properties is available online for you to view with their locations shown on Google Maps. Our website enables you to sort your search by the type of accommodation you require, the number of beds you need or your price-range.
There are no bed and breakfasts or retreats in the village itself, but there are several in the neighbouring towns and villages.
Book your holiday accommodation directly with the accommodation provider or one of the three local managing real estate agents. The Brunswick Heads Visitor Centre is happy to assist you with your accommodation, but while it can show you what is available, it is unable to make direct bookings.
Peak Season - The definition of each season may differ between Managing Real Estates.
Peak Season may mean the Christmas period and Easter although generally Easter prices are higher than the Christmas period.
The Peak Season prices listed in this guide are generally the Christmas rate and not the Easter rate. Please contact the managing agent to confirm.
Shoulder Season - Shoulder Season generally refers to all school holidays (sometimes for both NSW and QLD) outside of the Christmas holiday period.
Off-Peak Season - All other times.
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