Camping and cabins on beautiful Wallis Lake in the heart of Forster.
Lani's Holiday Island is located on beautiful Wallis Lake in the heart of the seaside town of Forster. Our holiday park is a member of Top Tourist Parks of Australia, offering a range of holiday cabin accommodation to suit all budgets and tastes and for those who choose to travel with their own caravan, motorhome or RV a choice of sites, some with their own personal bathroom.
For the tent camper who wants that natural camping experience then our additional 25 hectares of natural bushland called Tony’s Point Island is for you.
Pets are welcome at Lani's Holiday Island in our campsites, powered and ensuite sites and in our allocated pet-friendly cabins by prior arrangement.
For a weekend away or for your next family holiday, come and enjoy the facilities, activities and school holiday fun that Lani's Holiday Island has to offer.
What did others have to say?
3 weeks ago
Absolutely loved it pools are absolutely amazing all 3 of them. Kids pool is ideal for the little ones as well as the park to keep them entertained for hours then you get foxtel with a range of movie for adults or the whole family. Walking distance to the shopping centre. The entire park is just all round the perfect place to get away with the family. And camping the spots to camp is any campers dream. Kind and friendly staff just made our time there alot more comfortable
a month ago
Travelling from Canberra, we stayed over the Easter break in 2019 at the unpowered sites right near the cafe and pool and enjoyed everything! The lady operating the cafe was very lovey and generous and made sure we were all good each night before she would close up the shop. It was great getting out of bed and grabbing a coffee first thing in the morning. The energy and vibe of the resort was amazing, so much life! Forgot to give a review last year but we’re looking to book again soon!!
Out of the Blue Adventures
2 weeks ago
We've been coming bush camping here for many years and love the position away from the rush of life. The owners are terrific and have everything you need. Only thing we are noticing more each visit is a growing trend with a certain culture that have made this spot their own now by blocking and closing the amenities toilet while their family members wash in the sink. They then leave it in a disgraceful mess throughout the amenities, meaning people have to then drive back to the park to use the toilets. This was a topic of discussion from many regular campers how it has changed and felt like you were pushed out. We know these amenities are cleaned daily, though cannot keep up the cleanliness with the amount of people using it this way.
Nahar A. Disha
in the last week
Quite a scenic holiday place for families. You can book cabins or camping spots. We went for Tent Camping it's a delight waking up by the water in the morning, but watch out for the mozzies and flies at night. The soil is very soft and sandy, so peg your tents some extra on windy days. There is no water tap in the camping area, you have to go the common kitchen for water. The local woolies/shops are 2 minutes drive from this place, which is very convenient. There are two pools for adults and kids, and a playground for kids.. do expect them to be very busy during weekends. We camped right next to Sarah and Gary's coffee truck and they are such lovely warm couple to meet each morning. Five stars for them both The camp kitchen has a fridge, microwave and kettle, but your food may get stolen from the fridge. There are always some kids hanging out in that area and we heard they stole and ate the chocolates we kept in the fridge for my husband's birthday surprise we also met someone who lost their iPhone charger from the kitchen power outlet. I wish the camping spots were a bit spacious and apart from each other, it felts very congested for THAT HIGH PRICE. And also if there were more toilet/shower cubes. There was only one toilet and one shower for the pool-goers and the campers, and most times we had to queue up to use each. And the codes to open the entry/exit gate Almost Never work
2 weeks ago
We stayed here for 4 nights. 2 problems 1) We couldn't have a fire where we were. I even called before we arrived and was told that we could. But when we arrived there was a sign saying no open fires in the park. I went and ask at the office and was told we were given the wrong information and fires are only allowed in bush camping area. The food we brought with us was to be cooked on the fire because that's part of camping. We had to go into town and buy cooking equipment and other food so we could still eat. I don't know why you have camp sites where you cannot have a fire 2) The first two nights were good but the third night people stay next to us. 2 mornings in a row they woke us up at 5am because they were yelling to each other in their tent with no consideration for anyone around them. It also sounded like there was a goat in their tent at times. They also had a puppy that they were dragging around against it's will. A lot of people do not know or don't care about camping etiquette and they spoil it for everyone around them.