Diggers Headland

Natural Attractions

Diggers Camp is quite possibly the most hidden gem within the Clarence Valley.

A four kilometre drive over unsealed road North of Wooli, Diggers Camp is where you go to truly get away from it all.

Largely off grid, with no shops, main streets or even street lights in sight, this is their quiet haven and they think it will be yours too!

For the historians amongst you, here’s a Fun Fact for your file… Diggers Camp was named as such because a gold mine operated here in the late 1800s – the only coastal gold mine in the Clarence Valley. (They can’t promise actual gold anymore but their sunsets are pretty Golden!)

The Diggers Headland Reserve Camping Ground caters for approximately 26 sites and is located on Crown Reserve. Camping is available in the Diggers Headland Reserve in December and January and New South Wales or Queensland public school holiday periods and is categorised as primitive so if real camping is for you then this is a must stop!

Facilities

Carpark Picnic Area Public Toilet

Activities

Birdwatching Camping Fishing Hiking Snorkelling Surfing Swimming Walks

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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There’s few better beaches for a swim than Illaroo.

Illaroo Beach

Minnie Water, Clarence Valley

The track to Station Creek Beach from the campground/carpark is a gem.

Station Creek

Barcoongere, Coffs Harbour

Wooli Wooli River

Wooli Wooli River

Wooli, Clarence Valley

Leanne will look after you at Tre Tesori Natural Therapy & Skincare

Tre Tesori Natural Therapy

Wooli, Clarence Valley

The narrow seaway where the Wooli Wooli river meets the sea.

Wooli Beach

Wooli, Clarence Valley

Wooli to Red Rock, Yuraygir National Park. Photo: Rob Cleary

Wooli to Red Rock Walk

Wooli, Clarence Valley

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