Wooli is a relaxed coastal haven between the river and the deep blue sea of the Pacific Ocean. It is renowned for its pristine waterways and makes the ideal choice for those who love the ocean be it for fishing, boating or holidaying. Wooli is located in Northern NSW, approximately 95 minutes north of Coffs Harbour and 40 minutes drive east of Grafton.
The village of Wooli sits on a narrow peninsula between the mouth of the Wooli Wooli River and the ocean. It is perched at the northern end of the Solitary Island Marine Park and is surrounded by the Yuraygir National Park. This unique position means that a nature lover’s paradise is at Wooli’s doorstep. Yuraygir National Park represents the longest stretch of protected coastline in the state.
The incredible Solitary Islands Marine Park covers 70,000 hectares and encompasses pristine beaches, rocky foreshores, secluded estuaries, vast headlands, dozens of beautiful beaches and five offshore islands. It also represents a tremendous diversity of species that rarely coexist in the same marine environment.
As a result of these two parks, residents of Wooli and guests to the region have the opportunity to partake in many great leisure activities at the beaches and within the untouched wilderness that surround the town such as swimming, surfing, fishing, kayaking, diving, bushwalking, whale watching, snorkelling and camping. Wooli also has a tennis court opposite the club. The area is also known for its great seafood so be sure to enjoy a tasty Wooli oyster during your visit to the region.