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Kia Ora,

Steeped in Gold mining history the Ross Township was once home to 2,500K people in the1860’s, now a sleepy place with a small population. There’s plenty to see & do, you can even try your hand at gold panning at the Goldfields Heritage center or freestyle it up at Jones Creek.

Down at our place on the beautiful rugged coast you may find fine gold in the sand and occasionally Pounamu. But mostly you’ll find deserted, drift wood strewn kilometers of open beach, just waiting for you to spend the evening with a small campfire blazing. If your lucky you'll even find the muscles beds at low tide just south of here (locals tip).

The land on which Ross Beach Top 10 Holiday Park stands has mostly been used for farming over the generations, but in 2017 was redeveloped into this unique, off the beaten track property. 

Andy & Sue are award winning holiday park operators with over 20yrs industry experience, and were drawn to Ross for this unique opportunity. Always up for a challenge, they have travelled widely overseas, and now a brand new adventure was calling. They have established the park within the TOP 10 group and are enjoying the rewards of being in such an awes inspiring,  truly unique & relaxing place.  These two always have future plans bubbling away for the park.

NOW OPEN: 4 x 7m fully self contained geodesic Glamping Domes.

We stayed in Pod 6 which was very spacious and had absolutely everything we needed. Comfortable bed, clever storage, great bathroom and a well stocked kitchen for basic cooking. Stunning location right by the beach so definitely head out for an evening walk to watch the sunset (you might see a seal or 2!). Pop on some repellent before you go as the mosquitoes and sand flies come out at dusk. Excellent spot to base yourself from for a couple of nights. Having never stayed in a shipping container before, we weren't sure what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised. Check in/check out was seamless and wifi was fairly decent. Highly recommend.

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