Lani's Holiday Island - Forster NSW
Lani's Holiday Island reminds me a bit of Bali. There are lots of interesting areas to explore all over the place. This office and reception reminded me of a typical hotel reception area in Bali. This park would appeal to those who enjoy fishing and a road at the back of the park leads to a Boat Ramp. The entrance to the park is situated on a main road so some traffic noise may be experienced if you are staying at that end of the park. However, powered sites are a long way from the front so they should be fairly quiet.
The park is pet friendly. The resident managers are Russell, Robyn, Joshua and Tiffany Kingsmill. Bookings can be made by telephoning the park
and please tell the park that you have seen their photos on Caravan Park Photos. Photos on this page were taken on the 23rd January, 2009.
Recent photos and reviews on this page were kindly supplied by our roving reporter Shez Schubert in April 2015.
REGION: > NSW > North Coast > Mid North Coast > Forster
The park is a good value for money park. Owners are more than friendly and give a warm welcome. It has 2 nice pools, small camp kitchen next to one of the pools with tables and coin operated gas BBqs. There are powered sites with or without slabs, some are shaded. There is a section for large rigs. Not all sites are near the amenities but there are toilets and one shower for each male and female next to one of the pools which is close to other sites. There is a basic kids play area under the trees. There is a variety of cabins to hire, some are older and quite small and have no bathroom while others are large and modern. There are several along the water of which consists of mangroves so mozzies can be a problem. We were not here in busy times so the park is very quiet. However cabins near the road get a lot of road noise. The amenities is older style but in very good condition and very clean. Only dislike was that the shower cubicles walls are too low allowing taller people to see the persons head who is showering next to them! The laundry has 4 washing machines but 2 were out of order on our visit. The park allows dogs and is part of the Top Tourist group. We chose to stay here because of the price. The other 2 parks in Foster were more expensive. There are some older permanent vans around the park but do not make the park unattractive. We would highly recommend this park.
This Park is tropical and soooo pretty. We have been here a couple of times in the last 2 years. We now live here as permanents and just love it. The staff here treat you like one of the family. Traffic noise is not a problem and the powered sites are further down from us. This is a Park not to be missed.
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