THE smell of eucalyptus and wide-open spaces are some of the attractions to enjoy while staying inland at Reflections Holiday Parks.
The company has nine parks located on large waterways, so there's plenty of land and water-based activities for all to enjoy.
Water sport enthusiasts and fishing fanatics are catered for at parks at Copeton Waters, 30 minutes from Inverell, and Lake Keepit, 40 minutes from Gunnedah and Tamworth.
Take a road trip to the Central West and there's plenty of nature-based activities to explore at Cudgegong River, Lake Burrendong, 50 minutes from Wellington, Mookerawa Waters, Grabine Lakeside and Wyangala Waters, just half-an-hour from Cowra.
Closer to the coast and situated in the famous Upper Hunter region, Lake Glenbawn, near Scone, is two hours from Newcastle and boasts some of the best freshwater fishing in NSW. Or maybe head towards Canberra in the South West to Burrinjuck Waters, the perfect place to base yourself to walk the famous Hume and Hovell walking track.
Off the beaten track, Reflections' inland parks are ideal for an old-fashioned camp-out and reconnecting with loved ones and nature.
Bring the boat or kayak as these fishing meccas will have you on the water from dawn to dusk.
There are accommodation styles to suit every need and budget.
You'll enjoy water views, Australian flora and fauna and plenty of space to roam to soak it all in.
Options include camping under canvas on a spacious unpowered site, staying on a roomy powered site or enjoying a home away from home in your own cabin. Some parks offer accessible accommodation options too so that everyone can enjoy these stunning locations.
There are dog friendly cabins at Lake Keepit and Copeton Waters and dog friendly sites at Lake Glenbawn, Cudgegong River, Lake Burrendong, Mookerawa Waters, Grabine Lakeside and Wyangala Waters.
There's plenty of children's activities and on land each park offers something different.
From BMX tracks, a skate park at Lake Keepit, a jumping pillow at Copeton Waters, tennis courts, children's playground facilities and fun school holiday activities.
Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, possums and a wide range of native birdlife will keep you company.
Reflections Holiday Parks have 37 parks in NSW.
Visit reflectionsholidayparks.com.au for more information