Located in the Gulf Savannah region, The Goldfield’s Hotel is a landmark building in Forsayth, North QLD. Purchased by Terry Family Developments late 2014, the Hotel has undergone a full renovation and was re-launched on Thursday 30th April 2015.
The Goldfield’s Hotel has a large variety of beverages, both hot and cold, and ice cold beer and cider on tap. Home-Style Country meals are served 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a take away menu also available.
The Hotel has been fully refurbished to incorporate a modern convenience store offering fresh food, cold food, dry stores and confectionary items.
A postal agency, tourist information and one of the world’s best Agate displays are also housed inside the Hotel.
Diesel is available from the pump out front of the hotel.
2016 has seen major refurbishment and completion of new rooms introduced to our range. Currently available for occupancy are:
- 18 Double Rooms (either Queen, Double, Twin or Family)
- 14 King Single Rooms
All rooms air-conditioned, with tea/coffee making facilities, bar fridge. 8 rooms feature a mini kitchenette.
Forsayth is idyllically located in the central base of Cape York, centrally located between Cairns, the tourist capital of Queensland, and the fishing mecca of Karumba.
The village consists of approximately 75 people, and is precisely 40km south of Georgetown and 70km west of Einasleigh. It is set amongst picturesque granite, volcanic, and sandstone hills and ranges.
The climate is very comfortable ranging from up to 40 degrees in summer and down to 5 degrees in winter. Although summer can be hot here, it is more comfortable as there is not the humidity of the tropics. Winter can be quite cool in the early mornings and generally results in near perfect days.
The wet season usually begins in December and lasts through until March/April with the wettest month being February. The annual rainfall is around 800mm. The town can be regularly isolated by flood waters for short periods during the wet season.
Forsayth is set in mountainous terrain consisting of granite and mineralised sedimentary rocks. Forsayth is surrounded by granite boulder hills. There are also many gorges in the mountains nearby. Cobbold and Copperfield Gorges are the popular tourist attractions. The region is gold mining country and is rocky with generally poor soil quality. There are numerous picturesque spots for picnics and drives including the world famous Agate Creek.