Things To Do

WOOLGOOLGA CYCLE TRACK

Route: Woolgoolga to Arrawarra. Distance: 17km return. Description: Signposted bike route between Woopi and Arrawarra via residential streets, footbridges, shared paths and bike lanes. A great way to enjoy some of the Northern beaches’ scenic points and hidden corners. Click here to see route details.

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SOLITARY ISLANDS SURF SCHOOL

Solitary Islands Surf School on Darlington Beach is all about surfing. If you want to try something new and exciting; stay strong and healthy; build confidence; and make new friends, Solitary Islands Surf School has the program for you. Phone: 0427 899 698 solitaryislandssurfschool.com.au

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SCUBA DIVING

Woolgoolga and surrounds are renowned for it’s rich and diverse marine life and spectacular diving. Dive Quest Mullaway is located adjacent the Solitary Islands Marine Park in Mullaway offering: Professional dive shop facilities, diver certification to all levels, two MSB Surveyed Boats, daily dive charter, dive master services, social club activities, snorkelling and whale watching…

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WOOLGOOLGA BEACH MARKETS

The Woolgoolga Beach Markets are situated on the Woolgoolga Beachfront on the second Saturday of every month. There are a range of stalls selling clothing and accessories, fresh produce, toys, bric-a-brac, tools, fishing equipment and much more. There are also food and drinks stalls on site. For more information call 02 6654 0447.

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BOLLYWOOD MARKETS

The Woolgoolga Bollywood themed markets are on the first and fourth Saturday of every month at the Woolgoolga Beach Reserve. For more information call 02 6654 7673 or email bollywoodbzr@gmail.com.

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TWO TAILS WINERY

Just a 30 minute drive from Woolgoolga, Two Tails Winery is a family owned winery in the heart of the Orara Valley in the Coffs Coast hinterland. Two Tails wines are made from grapes grown on their own estate. Varieties include chardonnay and villard blanc grapes for white wines and chambourcin and jacquez for reds…

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SHIPWRECK “THE BUSTER”

The Buster was driven ashore and became a total wreck at the mouth of Woolgoolga Lake on March 8, 1893. The 310-ton vessel, a 39 metre barquentine was built in Nova Scotia, Canada in 1884. It arrived at Woolgoolga from Sydney in February 1893 to load timber bound for New Zealand. The crew put down…

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WOOLGOOLGA ART & CRAFT GALLERY

Just 300 metres off Beach Street on Turton Parade, the Woolgoolga Art Gallery has a trove of original high quality art and crafts created by talented local artists. On show is a fine collection of paintings, drawings, fibre crafts, photography, ceramics, woodwork and jewellery. The Gallery also offers classes in art and crafts and regular…

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YARRAWARRA ABORIGINAL CULTURAL CENTRE

Corindi Beach – 170 Red Rock Road, Corindi Beach NSW 2456 (02) 6640 7100 Yarrawarra is located at Corindi Beach, midway between Coffs Harbour and Grafton on the Mid North Coast. Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre is surrounded by tranquil bushland, pristine beaches and abundant wildlife. Yarrawarra is home to a bush tucker cafe, a Regional…

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SIKH TEMPLE – GURUDWARA

Guru Nanak Sikh Temple (Gurudwara) Visitors Welcome:  9am – 6pm 7 days a week. Temple Tastings: Wednesday 7pm and Sunday 12.30pm. Please wear appropriate attire – head wear (scarf) that covers shoulders.

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