Things To Do

SOLITARY ISLANDS COASTAL WALK – RED ROCK TO SAWTELL

This spectacular four day walk links a string of idyllic beaches from Sawtell to Red Rock, two seaside townships on either side of Woolgoolga. The walk is easily accessible at four points along the way including Coffs Jetty, Sawtell Headland, Emerald Beach Headland and Woolgoolga Headland. These headlands are all ideal for whale watching at…

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FALLS WALKING TRACK & PICNIC AREA

Falls Walking Track & Woolgoolga Creek picnic area Sherwood Nature Reserve is located west of Woolgoolga with landscapes ranging from rugged sandstone escarpments and coastal ridges with dry open forests and heath, to sub tropic rainforest gullies. Picnic or barbeque in picturesque Woolgoolga Creek picnic area and take an easy three kilometer return walk to the waterfall…

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SHERWOOD NATURE RESERVE

Sherwood Forest Drive offers visitors the opportunity to experience the spectacular scenery and biodiversity of Sherwood Nature Reserve. Start your adventure at Woolgoolga Creek picnic area with a barbecue or leisurely picnic. If you have time, Falls walking track is an easy walk through the rainforest with great views of the waterfalls and excellent bird watching. Visit www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au for more information.

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SEALY LOOKOUT – KORORA

Only a short drive off the Pacific Highway from Woolgoolga, Sealy Lookout and the Forest Sky Pier sits within Bruxner Park Flora Reserve in Orara East State Forest . Take a 30 minute drive from Woolgoolga up through banana plantations to reach the lookout. The Forest Sky Pier offers magnificent coastal views over the city…

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ORARA WAY DRIVE (COFFS HARBOUR TO GRAFTON)

The Orara Way drive is a nice scenic drive between Coramba and Grafton, NSW. There are several cafes along the way in Coramba, Nana Glenn and Glenreagh. To access the Orara Way travel south on the Pacific Highway from Woolgolga and follow the Coramba Road from Coffs Harbour.

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BLUEBERRIES

Woolgoolga is widely known for its blueberry industry. While there are no real guided tours, blueberry farms can be viewed by driving along Range Road, only 15 minutes from Woolgoolga.

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WHALE WATCHING

Whale watching at Whalewatch Headland Woolgoolga Headland in Coffs Coast Regional Park has sweeping views over the coast and Solitary Islands and is a prime whale watching vantage point. Come and see the whales as they migrate past Woolgoolga Headland. Watch for Humpback Whales, Southern Right Whales and Bryde’s Whales.  They migrate from Antarctic waters…

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KAYAKING AND STAND UP PADDLE BOARDING

Take a course in Kayaking or Stand Up Paddle boarding with a qualified ASI instructor at Skee Kayak Centre. Beginner and intermediate levels welcome. Caters to private lessons, groups, couples, corporate, school or events. www.skeekayakcentre.com.au 10 Mullaway Drive, Mullaway NSW, 2456 Phone (02) 6654 2962

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