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Useful information on Ballina

Ballina is the home of the Big Prawn, Lennox Head Bora Ring and the many colourful boats that sail along the Richmond River. The town has a colourful naval and maritime history dating back to the 1840s, as well as a fascinating Aboriginal cultural past. The region is home to great beaches like Shelly Beach and Lighthouse Beach, which are ideal for surfers. Visitors can also enjoy a unique local market at the Circus Ground. There is a lot to discover here, and a campervan hire in Ballina will ensure that you don’t miss any of Ballina’s best sights.

Note: Byron Bay is the closest location with a depot where you may be able to collect a campervan to enjoy the East Coast.

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Top campervan and motorhome campsites in Ballina

Ballina Central Holiday Park is situated at 1 River Street, close to Ballina’s town centre, boutique shops, cafes, clubs, supermarkets, restaurants and the beautiful Richmond River. Accommodation offered includes cabins and powered sites, and the facilities include a camp kitchen and laundry and the park is dog-friendly.

Tasman Holiday Parks - Ballina lies at 35 Skennars Head Road. Its range of accommodations includes both cabins and powered sites, while the park facilities include playground, swimming pool, free WiFi, laundry and barbecue.

Discovery Parks Ballina sits at 25 Fenwick Drive, and has great access to the Richmond River, Shaws Bay Lake and Ballina Beach. The park’s campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, gym, swimming pool and laundry — it is also dog-friendly. Accommodation options include ensuite and powered sites.

Top attractions in Ballina

Australian Seabird Rescue can be found at 264 North Creek Road in Ballina. The site is one of ’s finest destinations for both spotting wildlife and bird-watching. Australian Seabird Rescue is a rescue, research, rehabilitation and coastal education centre. Visitors can learn more information about environmental issues and see large numbers of wildlife that the venue takes care which includes sea turtles, pelicans, and a variety of birds.

Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum is located on Regatta Avenue in Ballina. The museum is one of the best places to explore and learn more about the colourful naval history of the Port of Ballina and Richmond River area. Visitors can see old photographs, a naval ship’s wheelhouse, an original balsa raft from the Las Balsa Expedition, and a number of other points of maritime interest. The venue is child-friendly and caters to people with disabilities.

Ballina Surfing Beaches can be found all along the coast of Ballina. The coastline features over thirty-two kilometres of coastline lined with beautiful beaches, abundant flora and fauna and waters ideal for outdoor activities like fishing, surfing and swimming.

Northern River Community Gallery is at 44 Cherry Street. It is a community run cultural and exhibition space that empowers local artists by showcasing arts and crafts from within the region. The venue has a learning centre and four gallery spaces that could be leased for cultural activities and exhibitions.

The Lennox Head Bora Ring or Bora Ring is on Gibbon Street in Lennox Head, roughly five kilometres to the north of Ballina. It is a historical Aboriginal ceremonial site that holds cultural importance among Indigenous Australians, especially for the Bundjalung people who are the original custodians of this region. Lennox Head Bora Ring is near the Bowling Club that sits along Gibbon Street.