Beach camping near Wooli with climbing

Explore coastal landscapes when camping near Wooli.

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3 top beach campgrounds near Wooli with climbing

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Waterfalls & More

11 sites · RVs, Tents104 acres · Sherwood, NSW
HIDING IN THE MIDDLE OF EVERYWHERE! Pure. Unadulterated. WILD. 104 very private acres, securely sandwiched between a National Park Nature Reserve and State Forest. On a dead end road. No agriculture or farms upstream, only one other like-minded property owner. Secluded, but hiding smack bang in the middle of everywhere! From vertiginous sandstone cliffs on which epipetrics cling tight, right through to palm-filled rainforests, and with two quite different creek systems (including a monster waterfall), you'll be spoiled for things to do and places to explore - without even leaving the property! HISTORY This land is Gumbaynggirr land. Please be particularly mindful of our First Nation's long presence on this land. In the 1800's, white men came seeking Red Cedar, closely followed by settlers having a go at dairying; though logging has remained this area's mainstay. This special property, despite last being selectively logged about 50 years ago, hosts many huge old-growth trees remaining steadfast for your discovery and wonder. And many more are continuing to grow out too. About 35 years ago about nine of this property's eastern-most 104 acres became part of a far larger nashi pear orchard which filled much of the flats of this top end of the valley that you see today. Ultimately they failed to set good commercial fruit, and the rootstocks took over. You can see remnant rows of these trees just south of the property, from along the road. (Beware though - they have spikes that could puncture Caterpillar tracks!) MORE RECENTLY extensive lantana control efforts have been undertaken as we now move into revegetating with native species and implementing a permaculture plan. Today the property is registered with Land For Wildlife and hosts a very wide mix of native vegetation communities. ACTIVITIES Bird watch. Climb. Abseil. Photograph wildflowers. Paint. Swim. In the next valley there's even gold to be found. Explore trails by mountain bike. Whale watch. Surf. Learn SCUBA. Go beach-combing. Catch a mudcrab. Go whitewater river rafting. Ask your host about where to find all the local waterfalls, the best walking, how to find gold, the gnarliest off-road tracks, Anything is possible here in this magnificent part of the world, except perhaps snow and ice.
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Kingfisher Kampers, Nana Glen

2 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Nana Glen, NSW
Spectacular views in a rural setting with fields, ranges and the magnificent Orara River. The serenity of this amazing relaxing country setting will leave you spell bound. Our location is a relaxing and scenic 20 minute drive to some of the best local beaches on the Mid North Coast of Australia.On our property we have cows and goats and an abundance of wild birdlife.  The property offers a delightful walk to the Orara River, with the opportunity of catching Bass in season, and also a great possibility of catching sight of the odd platypus or two. Here you will have the opportunity for surfing, swimming, snorkelling, fishing, and just relaxing and absorbing in the outstanding surrounds of this beautiful part of the world.  If you don't feel the desire to cook then it's just 3 minutes down the road to the town of Nana Glen, where the famous Idle Inn Cafe and local 2 Tails Winery are located.A little further up the road, north 13 minutes is the Giant Golden Dog Statue right along side the iconic Golden Dog Hotel, in the town of Glenreagh.  
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AU$55
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Absolute Waterfront Studio

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Woolgoolga, NSW
Camping feel ... WITHOUT camping ! ... Luxurious modern studio with all modern amenities on the bank of a peaceful saltwater estuary creek only 3 mins walk across footbridge to a surfing beach. Restaurants and shopping another 3mins walk into town. The beach is wide and flat, ideal for walking and bike riding, there's bush tracks too ! The beach is intersected by 2 creeks within a short stroll north along the beach.Peaceful waterside studio, you're the only guests on the property, recently built, private entry, private outside sitting area, beachside shops, restaurants and cafes, safe swimming and surfing beach, fish and canoe from the property, all this within a stunning coastal area.An ideal couples retreat with your own private entry and private sitting area with full access to the property grounds and lake shoreline. The retreat has constant deepwater frontage unaffected by low tides at any time of the yearThe studio is a very clean & modern open plan consisting of living space, kitchenette, queen bed with ensuite. The space is so fresh & clean partly thanks to NO SPLATTER COOKING INSIDE set-up by way of the outside BBQ with fry pan burner, and sitting area, which everyone loves to use.The surrounding area offers so much to do. On your doorstep is direct access to the peaceful waters of Woolgoolga Lake. The Lake is a small 'paddle only' saltwater estuary welcoming canoes and kayaks to explore the 3kms of waterways. You're welcome to bring your canoes, kayaks and SUP boards.The beach is a very short 300m away via a footbridge over the peaceful lake waters and the town centre is only a further 300m. You can quite literally walk to all the Woolgoolga town centre, beach and lake offers without needing to drive from our central location at all.Fishing is popular on the lake and beach as well as the adjoining beaches which offers anglers multiple options in all conditions.Cycling paths and bush trails from the property lead to many coved beaches and headlands.There's a market in the town beach reserve most weekends and mid-week farmers markets.Our area really is the ... Jewel of the NSW North Mid-Coast !
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Beach camping near Wooli with climbing guide

Overview

Diverse waterways make the seaside town of Wooli a gem of Clarence Valley. Known particularly for water activities such as angling, beachcombing, and boating, Wooli provides campers with an array of campsites and cabins near town or immersed in nature. Yuraygir National Park promises diverse landscapes, a long stretch of coast, and insight into local Aboriginal heritage. Bundjalung National Park to the north is a prime spot for canoeing, kayaking, and biking. And to the south sits Ulidarra National Park with rich forestry, 4WD adventures, and numerous tent and caravan sites to choose from.

Where to go

Yuraygir National Park

Yuraygir National Park has a little bit of everything, including an abundant mix of rocky headlands, pristine beaches, peaceful lakes, dense forests, and heathland. The park boasts the longest stretch of untouched, undeveloped coast in New South Wales, making it a prime destination for beach camping, fishing, swimming, and even whale watching from May to September. Beachside camping in the park also offers access to firepits, potable water, and BBQ grills. Tent campers can also stay in forest greenery at campsites with flushing toilets, showers, and trash bins.

Bundjalung National Park

North of Wooli, a unique combination of beach, river, and freshwater lagoons await in Bundjalung National Park. Water lovers can canoe and kayak along Jerusalem Creek and Evan River or  snorkel through shallow reefs, while hikers traverse Macaulay's Lead and Serendipity fire trails. Along with beachside camping, local lodging and cabin rentals provide comforts like heating, fully-equipped kitchens, and clean, comfortable sheets. At night, campers can gather around the campfire and listen to a local Bundjalung guide tell stories of their culture, heritage, and connections to the land.

Ulidarra National Park

South of Wooli lies Ulidarra National Park, where campers will find beautiful rainforests and old eucalypt forests amidst an ocean breeze. An ideal destination for birdwatching, the park is home to diverse avian species, including wompoo fruit doves and masked owls. Hiking and 4WD trails allow for journeys over rugged terrain to incredible views and peaceful picnic spots. Set up at night at tent and caravan campgrounds in the area with flush toilets, showers, potable water, and firepits.

When to go

Campers visiting Wooli in summer for water activities may want to plan for January, which tends to be the hottest month around 27°C. However, the area is relatively temperate year-round. July is the coldest month of the year with an average high of 13°C. Winter also tends to come with much lower humidity levels. May to November is particularly ideal for whale-watching opportunities just offshore. Or visit from October to April for fresh oysters from the pristine rivers.

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