Yuraygir National Park

Natural Attractions

Located between Yamba and Coffs Harbour, Yuraygir National park is perfect for a school excursion. Try the Yuraygir Coastal walk, or enjoy whale watching, beach camping, swimming and fishing activities.

Positioned on the NSW north coast between Yamba and Coffs Harbour, Yuraygir National Park boasts the state’s longest stretch of undeveloped coastline.

With 65 kilometres of striking cliffs, rocky headlands, isolated beaches and quiet lakes set against a backdrop of forests, heaths and wetlands, this colossal park is a place to experience, not just see.

Discover rare wildlife, remote campgrounds, idyllic picnic spots and charming villages dotted along the coast. Swim, fish or surf to your heart’s content in this aquatic playground. Go whale watching or try the multi-day Yuraygir coastal walk; a four-day hike through striking coastal scenery.


Picnic Area


Canoeing/Kayaking Sailing Snorkelling Surfing Swimming

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Contemplating the Pacific. Bare Point, Diggers Camp.

Bare Point

Diggers Camp, Clarence Valley

Plover Island. Sandon.

Sandon Beach

The Sandon, Clarence Valley

Inside one of Clay Head’s secret coves.

Clay Head

The Sandon, Clarence Valley

People on the Wilsons Headland Walk, Yuraygir National Park. Photo: Debra Novak

Wilsons Headland Walking Track

Diggers Camp, Clarence Valley

Dusk lights the way. Brooms Head.

Brooms Head Main Beach

Brooms Head, Clarence Valley

Looking north to Illaroo from the Rocky Point headland.

Rocky Point

Minnie Water, Clarence Valley