Reflections Holiday Park Forster

Updated: Dec 21, 2019


View over lake sites

There is no doubt that Reflections Holiday Park Forster is situated on prime real estate. The park, which is on Crown Land and under the care of Park Managers, Peter and Ruth Richardson is an idyllic holiday destination.


Reflections Holiday Park Forster is in the perfect location and close to the shopping village, Wallis lake, the marina and Main Beach.


View of the Park from Pilot Hill

Dividing the park and the beach is Pilot Hill offering spectacular views of the break wall, beaches, lake and the park. On New Year's Eve, Pilot Hill is the destination in Forster for the best views of the fireworks over the lake.


The Breakwall Tuncurry

Visitors to the park can choose from a range of self-contained cabins, premium caravan sites situated next to the marina (although they are in high demand) and powered sites, both grass and slab.


Each of the streets within the park are named after fish! Speaking of fish, fishing is a popular pastime for many of the guests.



The gallery below feature some of the cabins. Cabins are fully self-contained with equipped kitchens and bathrooms. There is a minimum two night stay in all cabins.



The two amenity blocks are clean and well looked after and in peak season they are cleaned more than once a day.


Park Office

The park office, situated at the entrance is where guests check in, make enquiries, re-book their sites and purchase ice, cold drinks, washing powder and tokens for the laundry.


Powered Site

For those who prefer to camp there are BBQ (gas) areas and a camp kitchen with fridge, microwave, tables and sink.


Camp Kitchen

In peak holiday season guests are entertained with a range of activities including movie night, craft for children, chalk art, guessing competitions and more.


Forster shopping village is in close walking distance and offers boutique shops, cafes, restaurants, newsagent, butcher, a great pub and much more. Many of the local clubs and pubs offer courtesy buses, the phone numbers are available at the office.


Graham Barclay Oysters

You can't visit Forster without trying the local seafood especially the oysters from Graham Barclay Oysters.


Forster offers a range of bush walks, beautiful beaches, fishing areas, picnic areas and is not too far from Booti Booti National Park that showcases some of the most beautiful beaches in the area.


Burgess Beach Forster
Notes
  • Check in time for sites strictly 11.00 am

  • Check in time for cabins strictly 2.00 pm

  • Check out time for sites and cabins strictly 10.00 am

  • Pets: No

  • Children and adults on bikes must wear helmets (no skateboards allowed)

  • Drive through sites: No

  • Swimming pool: No - Forster beach is in walking distance and has an ocean pool

  • Playgrounds: Not in the park but two play areas are just outside the park

  • Powered sites: All sites are powered

  • Rates: Are seasonal check with the office

  • Address: 1 Reserve Road, Forster

  • Phone: 6554 6269

  • Office hours 8.00 am to 6.00 pm (ring office during hours if you need a late check-in)


Website


And be prepared to see some spectacular sunrises and sunsets.


Sunrise Forster Tuncurry

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