If being by the water gives you an instant feeling of relaxation, our park perched beside the turquoise waters of Coolongolook River and Wallis Lake will put you in instant holiday mode. Spend your days splashing about in the surrounding waterways and exploring the beaches, walking tracks and lookouts of the twin towns of Forster and Tuncurry. And of course, indulge in arguably the best Sydney Rock oysters in Australia. Plus, we have plenty of onsite facilities to make your stay enjoyable, including a waterpark, jumping pillow, movie room, Kids’ Club, BBQs, a dog wash area and more. Take a break and enjoy a laidback holiday lakeside.
Whether you like all the comforts of home on your holiday or prefer the adventure that camping or caravanning offers, we have an accommodation option to suit your travel style and budget.
Choose from our range of bungalows, cabins, villas and glamping tents, or opt for a powered, unpowered, premium or ensuite site. Nab a waterfront site to wake up to beautiful views of the flowing river.
If you’re a fan of being in, on or around water, you’ll be spoilt for choice with all the water activities available in the area. Take out a boat, SUP board or kayak and explore the endless waterways of Wallis Lake from the park’s onsite launch spots. Grab a surfboard and head to one of the popular surf spots in town or explore the rock pools at Burgess Beach and Pebbly Beach. Otherwise, make the most of our permanently heated waterpark complete with waterslides, a splash zone, spa, and toddlers’ play area. We also have a 15m lap pool, reserved for adults only before noon.
Forster Tuncurry has no end of land and water-based fauna to encounter and admire. Look out for dolphins frolicking in the waves at One Mile Beach, stand on the Forster-Tuncurry bridge and try to spot the bullnose stingrays below, or head to Bennets Head between June and late October to spy the humpback highway. Just south of Forster is Bouti Bouti National Park, where you can come across goannas and if you’re lucky, a land mullet or water dragon. Birdwatchers will be delighted with the 210 species of birds living in the park and around the lake.
Guests are welcome to enjoy a range of features and facilities, including:
NRMA Forster Tuncurry Holiday Park is in the heart of the Great Lakes region of NSW. Centrally located on the Tuncurry side of the Forster-Tuncurry bridge that connects the twin towns, it’s roughly a 4-hour drive north of Sydney and a 6.5-hour drive south of Brisbane. The area is known for its turquoise lakes and waterways, pristine beaches, watersports and Sydney Rock oysters.