Red Rock is the northernmost village on the Coffs Coast and is nestled between the beach and the pristine waters of the Corindi River.
The tranquil estuary reserve offers shady picnic areas, a playground, and access to the water for swimming and fishing. Explore Red Rock Island at low tide or take in the sensational views up and down the river by SUP, kayak, or boat.
Close by, Red Rock Caravan Park has plenty of camping sites and cabins, barbecue facilities, and a general store for all your great escape supplies.
Red Rock is the starting point for the Solitary Island Coastal Walk, plan ahead for a day hike or camp overnight at one of the many villages along the way.
Red Rock headland is part of the Walk, and is a significant place to the local Gumbaynggirr people. The rocks that make up the headland at Red Rock are named the Redbank River beds. The Red Rock itself is a twenty-metre high headland composed of 300 million-year-old jasper, a form of red quartz. It is fun to wander around this ancient rock formation, especially the rockpools on the headland which are great to explore.