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Just to name a few favourites

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Just to name a few favourites

Sightseeing
Grab a glass of wine and walk west towards the sunset. At the t-section turn right. It’s only a short stroll and you will be delighted by the view. A great place to start your day as well. You can walk along the foreshore. The lake is really shallow, great for fishing and perfect for the canoe (more than 100m from shore on enclosed waters you will need a life jacket)
Wooloweyah Lagoon
Grab a glass of wine and walk west towards the sunset. At the t-section turn right. It’s only a short stroll and you will be delighted by the view. A great place to start your day as well. You can walk along the foreshore. The lake is really shallow, great for fishing and perfect for the canoe (more than 100m from shore on enclosed waters you will need a life jacket)
Yuraygir National Park Fire Trail One of our favourite things to do is to walk up the fire trail behind the tennis courts. You can access the trail by turning right at the tennis courts on Pegus Drive and you will see the trail on your left. Its a bit of a sandy climb but a beautiful view not many people (except Wooloweyah locals) really get to experience.
Yuraygir
Yuraygir National Park Fire Trail One of our favourite things to do is to walk up the fire trail behind the tennis courts. You can access the trail by turning right at the tennis courts on Pegus Drive and you will see the trail on your left. Its a bit of a sandy climb but a beautiful view not many people (except Wooloweyah locals) really get to experience.
Yuraygir National Park & Coastal Walk Hike the multi-day Yuraygir coastal walk from Angourie to Station Creek. You’ll find loads of places for whale watching, snorkelling and swimming, with overnight stops at beach campgrounds and towns like Brooms Head, Wooli and Minnie Water.
Yuraygir National Park
Yuraygir National Park & Coastal Walk Hike the multi-day Yuraygir coastal walk from Angourie to Station Creek. You’ll find loads of places for whale watching, snorkelling and swimming, with overnight stops at beach campgrounds and towns like Brooms Head, Wooli and Minnie Water.
Angourie blue & green pools Angourie’s Blue Pool was once a rock quarry that ran across a slight problem. When an underground freshwater spring was disturbed it was suddenly transformed into an aquatic haven. What luck! The pools are fresh water and are subject to algal blooms, especially over the warmer months and may not be suitable for swimming at times. If the pools are closed, you can still swim in the large saltwater rock pool beside the Blue Pool - it’s sensational at high tide and perfect for floating around all day long.
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Blue Pools
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Angourie blue & green pools Angourie’s Blue Pool was once a rock quarry that ran across a slight problem. When an underground freshwater spring was disturbed it was suddenly transformed into an aquatic haven. What luck! The pools are fresh water and are subject to algal blooms, especially over the warmer months and may not be suitable for swimming at times. If the pools are closed, you can still swim in the large saltwater rock pool beside the Blue Pool - it’s sensational at high tide and perfect for floating around all day long.
Beach and surf
Angourie Headland and Angourie Point If you surf you’ll know all about Angourie Point. It’s now a National Surfing Reserve, recognised for its significance to the pastime. It’s a special place to visit, and even non-surfers can sense the unique energy of this place. Angourie’s grassy headland. A perfect vantage point view to the township of Yamba and across Yuraygir National Park. Have a dip in the corner of Angourie back beach followed by a picnic on the headland is one of our favourite things to do in summer and spring.
Angourie Point Beach
Angourie Headland and Angourie Point If you surf you’ll know all about Angourie Point. It’s now a National Surfing Reserve, recognised for its significance to the pastime. It’s a special place to visit, and even non-surfers can sense the unique energy of this place. Angourie’s grassy headland. A perfect vantage point view to the township of Yamba and across Yuraygir National Park. Have a dip in the corner of Angourie back beach followed by a picnic on the headland is one of our favourite things to do in summer and spring.
Neighbourhoods
Excellent contemporary dining, cafes, accommodation and shopping. A multitude of fishing options, boat charters, river cruises, barbecue pontoons, paddleboat hire, kayaking tours, whale watching tours in season, not to mention patrolled beaches for surf bathing, and a number of great surf breaks for boardriders. Standing proudly atop Pilot Hill is the iconic Yamba Lighthouse. From here you get a panoramic view over the surrounding beaches, the mouth of the river and Yamba Bay. Sunrise is special up here! There are bike tracks galore around Yamba, basically running from one end of town to the other. The ride along Ford Park and Yamba Bay is great, but also try the road down to Angourie (with bike path) and check out the iconic Angourie Point surf break. All this activity’s sure to bring on an appetite, and here’s another area where Yamba excels! From fine dining to groovy cafés, to quality pub meals to takeaways, it’s all on offer, and if you like your seafood fresh and local, well, you’re in heaven right here.
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Yamba
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Excellent contemporary dining, cafes, accommodation and shopping. A multitude of fishing options, boat charters, river cruises, barbecue pontoons, paddleboat hire, kayaking tours, whale watching tours in season, not to mention patrolled beaches for surf bathing, and a number of great surf breaks for boardriders. Standing proudly atop Pilot Hill is the iconic Yamba Lighthouse. From here you get a panoramic view over the surrounding beaches, the mouth of the river and Yamba Bay. Sunrise is special up here! There are bike tracks galore around Yamba, basically running from one end of town to the other. The ride along Ford Park and Yamba Bay is great, but also try the road down to Angourie (with bike path) and check out the iconic Angourie Point surf break. All this activity’s sure to bring on an appetite, and here’s another area where Yamba excels! From fine dining to groovy cafés, to quality pub meals to takeaways, it’s all on offer, and if you like your seafood fresh and local, well, you’re in heaven right here.