Forster Beach Holiday Park has got to be the Holiday Coast's best accommodation location. We stayed here and parked right up against the inlet where you could hear the water from your RV. The sunset over Wallis Lake was breathtaking and we saw dolphins swim past.
The park is located in the heart of Forster and there is no need to drive anywhere. You can walk down to the main street filled with fabulous restaurants and cafes or to the neighbouring patrolled surf beach, which has ocean baths at the southern end. The many coastal walks will take you to breathtaking lookouts.
The facilities were well cared for and prices very keen. There is a camp kitchen, two large BBQs areas and two smaller areas, three recently refurbished amenity blocks, playground, boat ramp and free fish cleaning facilities. For a great fishing spot close to your RV’s doorstep, try Forster Main Beach or Forster Breakwall next to the park. Wallis Lake is also a great spot for catching flathead.
Sites are grassed and some are available as drive-through sites for large vans or motorhomes. Lakeside sites sit close to the water, while beach sites are adjacent to the surf lifesaving club. There are also elevated sites that have great views over Wallis lake. There are three different styles of cabins available too – standard, deluxe and luxury villa for those without a RV. All cabins are modern, comfy and sleep up to five people.
If you get the chance to head to Forster, you won’t be disappointed if you stay at beautiful Forster Beach Caravan Park.
Words and photography by Paul Hutchinson
Extra photos by Forster Beach Holiday Park