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Yuraygir Coastal Walk


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Yuraygir National Park


Yuraygir Coastal Walk - A well signposted, 65km walk between Angourie in the North and Red Rock in the South.

When you take the Yuraygir Coastal Walk and follow the path of the coastal emu, you are within the traditional homelands of the Gumbaynggirr (in the south) and Yaegl Nations (in the north). Caring for these lands shows respect for elders past and present and their strong spiritual and cultural connection to this Country.

Winding it's way through Yuraygir National Park, this magnificent walk traverses the longest stretch of protected coastline in NSW and adjoining Solitary Islands Marine Park. Along this diverse track you will encounter vast heathland plains, long sandy beaches, crystal clear creeks and lagoons, rocky headlands and abundant wildowers and birdlife. The 5km rocky platform just North of Red Rock leads you to the spectacular Freshwater Beach. Also in this part of the coast you come across Yuraygir’s most impressive pandanus palms.

 

Some sections are well laid easy boardwalks and tracks, but there is one or two sections providing a more challenging experience - PLEASE CHECK TIDE TIMES & WEATHER CONDITIONS.

Taking this walk will enrich you with experiences and memories to value forever.

 

 

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Opening Hours : None Specified

Public Holidays : None Specified

Safety Considerations :

Crossing the Wooli Wooli River you will traverse a 5km stretch of rock platform, which can be quite strenuous and the most remote section of the walk.

**Plan ahead, manage food, water and weather - (refer to the guide for further information)

**For safe crossings at Sandon, Wooli and Red Rock it is best to organise water transport well ahead of your trip. The safest crossing is undertaken on an incoming tide.

**It is vital to check your tide chart as this section of the walk may become impassable in very rough ocean conditions and high tides.

** Remember you are within the traditional homelands of the Gumbaynggirr  and Yaegl Nations and caring for these lands shows respect for elders past and present and their strong spiritual and cultural connection to this Country.

 

Cost : $0.00

Distance : 65 km

Public Amenities :

Terrain : Natural Trail

Parking : Provided in the Area

Intensity : Level 3

Location: Yuraygir National Park

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