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  1. Solitary Islands Marine Park

    As the gateway to the Solitary Islands Marine Park (SIMP), Wooli is the perfect place for those wanting to explore the natural underwater beauty of the marine park by scuba diving or snorkelling the island fringing coral reefs or inshore ke…

  2. Wilsons Headland

    Wilsons is essentially the Diggers Camp back beach, and what a splendid back beach it is. It’s accessible by walking south around Bare Point and Wilsons Headland, or more easily accessed by walking from the Wilsons Headland picnic area. …

  3. Illaroo to Wooli Walking Track

    If you're looking for a challenging coastal walk, then pack a picnic, put on your walking boots, and head for Illaroo to Wooli walking track with some friends. This relatively underdeveloped stretch of NSW coastline is at the southern end o…

  4. Rocky Point walking track

    If you’re looking to experience this spectacular stretch of pristine coastline in an hour or two, Rocky Point walking track is the perfect choice. This short walk offers outstanding examples of Yuraygir’s stunning coastal landscape, with be…

  5. Illaroo Beach

    If you were visiting all the Clarence Valley beaches from north to south, Illaroo marks the start of a special collection of beaches – what they call the Minnie Water/Diggers Camp/Wooli string of pearls. The beach is long and flat and is …

  6. Diggers Camp

    Diggers Camp was named as such because a gold mine operated here in the late 1800s – the only coastal gold mine in the Clarence Valley. Treasures of a different sort awaits today’s visitor. And if you’re after a beach with charm and quiet…

  7. Wooli Wooli River

    So good they had to name it twice! The Wooli Wooli River begins its journey in the Barcoongere State Forest. During its 34 kilometre length it passes through Newfoundland State Forest before meandering through the Yuraygir National Park. …

  8. Stony Beach

    Nestled in between Bare Point and Wilsons Headland lies the picturesque but slightly deceptive Stony Beach. On approach down the track from Bare Point, this looks like a conventional, sandy beach, and one you might have a lovely swim at. …

  9. Wooli to Red Rock Walk

    Wooli to Red Rock is the most strenuous and remote section of Yuraygir coastal walk. Enjoy the challenge of crossing rocky platforms when the tide’s out and crossing rivers using boat transport. The route can be tackled as a challenging day…

  10. Bare Point

    A short walk – or drive – from Digger’s Camp takes you to the northern end of Wilson’s Headland, and the Boorkoom campground (which has just 10 clifftop campsites). This is the perfect place to set out for a wee stroll along winding board…

  11. Wilsons Headland Picnic Area

    Wilsons Headland picnic area is a picturesque picnic spot, just moments from the ocean. In spring, it’s a great spot to admire the vibrant colours and intricate beauty of the wildflowers, but all year round it’s a magical place. Throw a ru…

  12. Minnie Water Beach

    Good things come in small packages and Minnie Water is an absolute gem of a beach village! Minnie’s actually been settled for ages – it’s one of the older fishing settlements on the coast, due to good anchorage in the shelter of the southe…

  13. Yuraygir National Park

    Located between Yamba and Coffs Harbour, Yuraygir National park is perfect for a school excursion. Try the Yuraygir Coastal walk, or enjoy whale watching, beach camping, swimming and fishing activities. Positioned on the NSW north coast be…

  14. Wilsons Headland Walking Track

    The easy Wilsons Headland walking track links Boorkoom campground with Wilsons Headland picnic area, and comprises a small section of the Clarence Coast’s Yuraygir coastal walk. This short track winds along the coastline - passing stretches…

  15. Rocky Point

    Rocky Point marks the northern flank of Minnie Water’s amazing stretch of beach. From out on the end of Rocky Point, you can see north to Illaroo and further up to Sandon in the distance. Tempting tracks wind off into the foreshore scrub …

  16. Wooli Beach

    Wooli is practically an island – a three kilometre long finger of land surrounded by the Pacific on one side and the glorious Wooli Wooli River on the other. And so naturally this is a beach town with saltwater in its veins. Incidentally, …

  17. Angophora grove walking track

    Angophora grove walking track is an easy stroll from Illaroo picnic area through bushland adorned with gracious old angophoras. These native Australian trees are also known as smooth-barked apples because European settlers thought they rese…