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Woolgoolga Beach

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Woolgoolga, or ‘Woopi’ as it’s known by the locals, is a small and friendly town with stunning lakes, beaches and rainforest, a variety of shops, and its enviable headland is one of the best spots on the Coffs Coast for whale watching.
Swimming, snorkeling, surfing, kayaking, fishing and bush walking are popular activities here.
Nature lovers are captivated by the picturesque views of the Solitary Islands from the headland and the natural beauty of Sherwood Nature Reserve and Woolgoolga Creek Picnic area.
The town of Woolgoolga is 25 mins north of Coffs Harbour, features two of our holiday parks and is home to the Sikh Temple, Curryfest and Blues & Berries Festival
Woolgoolga 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.
Woolgoolga Lake
Woolgoolga is home of the Guru Nanak Sikh Temple, an architectural landmark built in 1969 and opened in 1970, built by the town’s Sikh community.

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Woolgoolga Beach is for anyone who loves to unwind and enjoy life’s simple pleasures. It’s a classic, small park that’s adored for its location – with the beach on your front doorstep and Woolgoolga main street’s shops and eateries at your back door. You can’t get a better beachfront location than in our brand new cabins with their unrivalled beach views. Slowing down while still enjoying yourself is effortless here.

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Woolgoolga Lakeside is our smallest and most peaceful park. It’s idyllic for retirees and families with young kids; and for those holidaying with pets. It’s hidden away beside a coastal lagoon and beach. You can hear the birds chirping and feel yourself relax at this quiet little gem. You truly unwind sitting and taking in the beautiful water-views that most villas (and some sites) offer. 

Woolgoolga Lakeside is home to the historical ‘Buster’ shipwreck – driven ashore at the mouth of Woolgoolga Lake on March 8, 1893. 

Woolgoolga Lakeside Holiday Park

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