Forster Beach Holiday Park - Forster NSW

Forster Beach Holiday Park has the best position in town. Everything is at your doorstep. Walk down the main street for great shopping, food and cafes, or spend the day at the patrolled beach adjacent to the park. There is excellent fishing in Wallace Lake, or the marina with boat ramp is just next door. With so much available, you won't need to start your car during your stay. Everything you could want to provide a perfect holiday is within walking distance. Shops, restaurants, boat hire, ocean baths and surf club. The park offers spacious sites, some with lake views, free barbecues and Wi-Fi. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. Many thanks to Greg Golden of Golden Age Media Enterprises for supplying these photos. Photos on this page were supplied by the Caravan Park in January 2009 and Shez Schubert in April 2015.

REGION: > NSW > North Coast > Mid North Coast > Forster

Contact and Location
Forster Beach Holiday Park
Reserve Rd - E
Forster NSW 2428
P: 02 6554 6269
F: 02 6555 2549

GPS:S32 10 43,E152 30 35
GPS:S32 10.7257,E152 30.5894

  1. Shez  of  Coopernook Wed November 18, 2020 at 8:35 PM

    I now have stayed in this park and it is a nice caravan park, close to lovely beach and tidal pool. But the gutters! My little van is not an off road van, doesn’t sit very high and her bum dug into the ground when I reversed into my site. Lucky 4 sites were empty next to me so I had to drive across them and onto them then turn sharp to park my van. Park has no pool but it’s not needed, sites are mostly not level, amenities are quite a walk from some sites. Grass and slabs sites to choose from and drive through sites. Saw big motor homes and fifth wheelers so no problem for them to fit. Park was quiet but I know it’s packed at busy times. Boom gate access. Pilot hill sits behind the park and a lovely coastal walk begins from next tot he park as well. $44 per night powered site at time of stay.
  2. Darlene Collins  of  Gold Coast Wed September 9, 2015 at 11:18 AM

    We stayed here recently (Sept 2015) and most of the holiday permanent vans have been removed. The sites are not very level and the gutters are deep but the park is lovely. The position is great and the manager was lovely. Beware of the winds, we thought a cyclone was coming through. We only paid $36 a night for a motor home and had water views, good value.
  3. shez schubert  of  coopernook nsw Thu March 26, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    We have not stayed in this park but had a look around. Why we didn't stay was 2 things, price ($42 powered site)and were told of gutters are deep and hard to back into with caravan on back of car. And indeed they were! We don't have a 4 wheel drive and noted nearly all the cars were 4 wheel drives in the park, only 2 weren't! The park otherwise is very nice with modern amenities and clean under cover BBQs. Lots of grass but very few trees. All roads are sealed. No speed humps but low gutters in the roads put a stop to speeding! There are several nice cabins to hire. There are sites up on the hill with great views but remember you have to climb that hill to come back from the amenities block. There were some water front sites over looking the marina. There are many holiday permanent vans but are kept in clean tidy condition. Over all a very neat and tidy park.
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