The coastal town of Woolgoolga (Wiigulga) is the perfect base for exploring the northern beaches of the Coffs Coast.

Home to several beautiful beaches ideal for surfing, fishing, snorkelling and family fun, Woolgoolga is just a short 25kms north of Coffs Harbour.

From Woolgoolga Headland you’ll have picturesque views of the Solitary Islands and the perfect vantage point for whale watching. There’s lots to do beyond the beaches too. Nature lovers will be captivated by natural beauty of Sherwood Nature Reserve and Woolgoolga Creek Picnic area.

Take time out to explore the rich culture of the Punjabi / Sikh community at Guru Nanak Sikh Temple and Sikh Museum. If you’re visiting in September, don’t miss Curryfest, a colourful street party that celebrates culture, diversity, and community with amazing food, music and dancing.

Woolgoolga (or Woopi as the locals know it) has a tempting array of dining options. Whether you stroll around town or head to the beach you’re sure to find a delicious café or restaurant to suit your taste.

Thirsty? Check out Woopi’s emerging brew scene at Critters Distillery and Woolgoolga Brewery.

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