Woolgoolga, also known as ‘Woopi’ to the locals, is located on Solitary Islands Way, and is less than a five minute walk from the Solitary Islands Lodge.
Main beach boasts some of the most diverse beach snorkeling with calmer waters in comparison to the other beaches in the area, there is yellow tail rocks on the right on main beach which will take you out and around the bay to Mulhurns near the peak of the headland, also having the reef out from the lake to snorkeling within the bay inside the rock formation. Just ask a local to show you the way!
Coffs Harbour is the closest city to Solitary Islands Lodge with a short 20 min direct drive down the A1 motorway along the mountainside with a selection of beaches to stop on the way with Emerald, Moonee and Charlesworth Bay, also the Big Banana fun park for families.
The Coffs Coast has amazing natural surrounds. The focus is on leisure and the outdoors with just the right blend of community and cosmopolitan services and activities. Dolphin Marine Magic, Butterfly house, Jetty walk, Solitary Islands Aquarium and National marine science centre and Coffs Harbour International marina then through to Muttonbird Island are just some of the great places to see which will give you a day out to remember.
Red rock is the furthest beach seen North of Solitary Islands Lodge, the strip of coast is a fantastic day trip with a selection of beaches to see on the road such as Mullaway for your first stop then followed by Arrawarra, Corindi and through to the Yuraygir National Park which has the longest stretch of uninterrupted stretch of coastline with 65 km of pristine coastal ecosystem.
Walking trails will take you through to isolated beaches and endangered coastal emus.
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