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Wooli

  • Boating, Wooli Wooli River. Image Solitary Island Marine Park Resort Wooli
  • Long Sandy beach, Wooli. Image Solitary Island Marine Park Resort Wooli

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Nature in Wooli

Yuraygir National Park protects the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline (60km) in NSW. Coastal hideaways worth exploring include Wooli, Minnie Waters and Brooms Head.

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About Wooli

Wooli is one of the peaceful coastal villages along this beautiful stretch of coastline on the North Coast of NSW. Just 45 minutes' drive from Grafton, Wooli has retained all the charm of typical beach holiday town. Unspoiled beaches, untamed wilderness, swimming, surfing, fishing...and the delicious, sweet flavour of Wooli oysters.

The towns is surrounded by Yuraygir National Park which is made up of wetlands, estuaries, forests and heaths. It's a striking landscape, best explored on foot. Solitary Islands Marine Park is also within easy reach of Wooli; it's recognised as one of the most beautiful dive sites in the world.

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Fly into Grafton Airport

Family at the airport

Clarence Valley Regional Airport is located 12 km from Grafton’s town centre. Use the taxi services available at the terminal to make the short trip northwest. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.

Regional Express operates more than 30 weekly direct flights to and from Sydney. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney for travel into Grafton.

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Kayaking in the lagoon. Wooli. Image Solitary Island Marine Park Resort Wooli
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