SITES

We have shaded and spacious sites available in powered or unpowered.

WE ARE A PET FRIENDLY PARK ON CARAVAN SITES ONLY.

 Check in from 11am until 4.30pm

Caravans , Camper Trailers, Motorhomes & Tents

Powered site $30 per night or $165 per week

Un-Powered $23 per night or $145 per week

 BOOKINGS CAN BE MADE THROUGHOUT THE WET SEASON BY EMAIL – FORSAYTHTOURISTPARK@OUTLOOK.COM

 

 

 

Caravan & Camper Trailer Sites

SHADED SITES

Forsayth Tourist Park offers clean and modern amenities, camp kitchen, laundry facilities, ensuited cabins all within easy driving distance of Forsayth.

CENTRALLY LOCATED

Minimise the risk of damage to your investment, Stay Forsayth in our affordable and comfortable park whilst you explore Etheridge Shire’s main attractions.

PET FRIENDLY

New in 2023 Limited Pet sitting

Leave your fur babies with us for the day knowing that they will be safe in our comfortable shaded kennel.

ENSUITE CABINS

Cabins $120 per night or $600 per week

 Check in from 2pm

Please note: CABINS ARE NON PET FRIENDLY

Airconditioned Cabins

Shaded Outdoor Seating

Kitchenette

PARK FACILITIES

  • Modern Amenities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Laundry Facilities

 

Laundry & Camp Kitchen

Forsath Tourist Park

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Cobbold Gorge

Deep in the heart of the Gulf Savannah region of Far North Queensland is a hidden outback oasis – Cobbold Gorge just a short 45km drive from Forsayth Tourist Park. (Approx 30kms dirt road)

Undara Lava Tubes

A wonderland of geological delights – the legacies of ancient coral reefs, startling alluvial deposits and Earth’s longest volcanic lava flow.

Savannahlander Train

The Savannahlander travels between Cairns and Forsayth once a week between March and November. Arrives at Forsayth Thursday and departs Friday.

Gold and Agate Fossicking

Forsayth Tourist Park offers exclusive access to 2 cattle stations for gold fossicking and is a great place to stay whilst exploring nearby Agate Creek in the hunt for thunder eggs and agate.

Copperfield River

Just a short stroll from the Einasleigh Hotel is the sparkling Copperfield Gorge. The gorge was formed when the Copperfield River eroded a channel through a sheet of basalt laid down by an ancient lava flow. The Copperfield Gorge is a major feature with deep, cool chasms and quiet beaches.

Einasleigh Hotel

Just 1 hour’s drive from Forsayth, built in 1909 this pub offers a cold beer and basic meal. Home to a collection of over 400 pieces of miniature dolls furniture made to an exact scale of 1 to 12.

Find us on Google Maps

Forsayth Tourist Park IconForsayth Tourist Park

Cnr of First and, Fifth Street, Forsayth

4.7 60 reviews

  • Avatar dorothy postill ★★★★★ a month ago
    Kelly and Ian are more than welcoming, they are helpful friendly and care about their guests. The facilities are amongst the cleanest we have seen,we have travelled extensively around Australia. Could not recommend this park more highly. … More
  • Avatar Marie Kirk ★★★★★ a month ago
    Kelly & Ian,I would like you to regard this message as a personal Thankyou to you both for your community minded spirit and for taking the time to go out of your way to deliver a personal and private message to a family friend of mine … More around lunch time today. Congratulations is truly in order and I want to let every body know Forsayth Tourist Park owners Ian & Kelly deserves a blue ribbon for their compassion, understanding, knowledge and most of all for their pressurest time to do a stranger in need,a very special deed. I will give them and their buisness a 5 Star rating every time. Warm Regards Marie Kirk.
  • Avatar kathleen dellavedova ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    We turned up late arvo on our way out to Agate Creek and were lucky to get a powered site. I'm so glad we did. What a lovely little caravan park in a beautiful town. The amenities were clean and guest comfort, well thought out, with … More nice little touches. The site was sandy and spacious. Walk to everything in town. Woukd definitely stay here again!
  • Avatar Lesley ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    Great caravan park to base out of. We drove out to Cobbold gorge without the caravan and was able to use the pool there after our gorge tour.
    The hosts were fabulous and the DVD library was very handy.
    We would definitely stay here again.
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  • Avatar Ingrid McGaughey ★★★★★ 10 months ago
    Smallish caravan park with good level sites, plenty of shade. Very friendly and approachable owners. Spotlessly clean amenities, inc bathroom and camp kitchen. Washing machines $4/ load. Suggest booking in advance as popular.
    Forsayth itself
    … More is interesting with informative signage on history etc. lovely green shady park opp goldfields hotel. Also a great jumping off point for exploring Cobbold gorge and copper field gorge in einasleigh.
  • Avatar Martitia Schuchmann ★★★★★ a year ago
    Awesome country hospitality. Ian and Kelly made us feel like family. Had a coldy with Ian every afternoon. Helped with the Anzac day service. Ian opens a little bar on premises some nights and also offers very cheap meals which were basic … More but awesome. Highly recommend this park, one of the highlights of our adventures so far.
  • Avatar Ian Hosking ★★★★★ a year ago
    Forsayth tourist park is a fantastic place to stay and use as a base for the Cobbold Gorge and visiting the town of Einsaleigh. Ian and Kelly, the park owners make you feel very welcome and even offer a happy hour on certain days. They … More invited us to join in and participate in the ANZAC day service. The whole town made us feel welcome. I would highly recommend anyone travelling through to stay for a couple of nights.
  • Avatar Bryce McLean ★★★★ a year ago
    Great location to stay then leave your van before driving to Cobbold Gorge. This is where the Savannahlander train finishes its journey from Cairns. Great pub with a limited menu. Kelly and Ian are fantastic hosts.
  • Avatar Carol McGrath ★★★★★ 9 months ago
    We have just had 3 nights in the park, cleanest amenities we've had in a while, quiet park with great water pressure and handy to the local park for the history of the area and the cold beer at the pub
    Also handy for day trips to Einasleigh
    … More and tours of Codbold gorge
    Highly recommend
  • Avatar Valerie Gray ★★★★★ 4 months ago
    It is a great place to stay. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The facilities are very clean.