Dunggir is the Gumbaynggirr word for 'koala,' which tells you a great deal about what sort of national park this is - one with deep Aboriginal roots and precious native habitat. Indeed, the connection of Dunggir...
Beautiful waterside escape
Nambucca Heads is one of Australia's most beautiful camping destinations. With a meandering river, spectacular beaches and an inviting climate, the area on the mid North Coast of NSW is perfect for a waterside holiday and great for fishing, boating, surfing and walking.
About Nambucca Heads
Nambucca Heads is a beautiful coastal holiday town on the mid North Coast of NSW. On a headland at the mouth of the gorgeous Nambucca River, the area is naturally beautiful with its meandering river, white sandy beaches and national park wilderness.
The name Nambucca is derived from the Aboriginal word meaning ‘entrance to waters’, and you can discover the tranquil waterway with Nambucca River Cruises. The area is known for its gorgeous weather, and riverside cafes and restaurants offer delicious food and charming views.
Plenty of waterfront accommodation is available to suit a range of budgets, from luxury resorts to beautiful caravan and camping sites. Perfect for intimate weekend escapes, Nambucca Heads also has cosy bed and breakfast guesthouses, quality hotels and day spas for rejuvenation.
Relax on beaches and stroll along the V-Wall Outdoor Gallery, part of the town’s vibrant creative arts scene. Or enjoy kayaking, canoeing and waterskiing on the river. Golfers will be delighted with the Island Golf Club, where you play an 18-hole course on Stuart Island in the river estuary.
From Sydney or Brisbane, the drive along the Legendary Pacific Coast is about 5 h 30 min. You can also travel by train from Sydney or Brisbane to Nambucca Heads. There are flights to Coffs Harbour Airport, where you can rent a car for the 40 minutes’ drive south.