BIG4 Colonial Holiday Park & Leisure Village is an independent member of BIG4 Holiday Parks of Australia. Formally known as Colonial Leisure Village, the park is owned, operated and managed by the Callagher family.
The current owners, brother and sister duo, David and Marilyn Callagher took the reins in 2012. In June 2018 David’s son, Kane and his wife Bonnie were welcomed as the new live-in managers of the park.
Over the last 10 years, a steady stream of upgrades have been made to park facilities and accommodation; including interior and exterior fit-out of cabins, concrete roading, concrete slabs and layout of 31 sites, BBQ area and new custom-designed ensuite amenities block. In December 2017 the addition of 5 custom-designed Executive 2 Bedroom Villas took the accommodation lineup to 14 cabins in total. December 2020 saw the completion of the upgrade of the Camp Kitchen, Games Room and pool complex.
The Caravan Park and sites are spread out over 12 acres and sits adjacent to Crowdy Bay National Park. An abundance of wildlife surrounds the park, including kookaburras, parrots, kangaroos, and the odd koala.
The Colonial Leisure Village is an over 55’s community located within the BIG4 Colonial Holiday Park. It contains 63 long term permanent sites and has approximately 80 permanent residents.
BIG4 Colonial Holiday Park is located on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales in the sea side village of Harrington.
Just 3.5 hours drive from Sydney, take the Pacific Highway North and look for the Harrington / Crowdy Head turn off, approximately 10 minutes after the Taree turnoff.
BIG4 Colonial Holiday Park is the first caravan park on the right when entering Harrington, just after the speed changes to a 60km/h zone. Use the google map below to get directions from your home.
We are 2 minutes drive to the Harrington Waters Golf Course, Shoreline Tavern, IGA Supermarket and other speciality stores located at the Harrington Waters Community Village. We are 5 minutes drive to the Harrington Breakwall and Lagoon. We are 12 minutes drive to Crowdy Head.