Yuraygir Walking Experiences


The Yuraygir Coastal Walk is one of the most spectacular and diverse in Australia. The biggest challenge for those wanting to undertake the walk self-guided is transport logistics. Whether you want daily walker transfers and/or luggage transfers, or simply a transfer from the end of the track back to your car, Yuraygir Walking Experiences has you covered.

This local business specialises in helping groups undertake the walk independently when it suits them. Book accommodation (Yuraygir Walking Experiences can make recommendations) to suit your budget and group. Stay centrally in Minnie Water or Wooli (Stay and Walk Support) and they will get you on the track each day and pick you up to return you to your accommodation. Or if you want to stay along the way (Inn to Inn), they will move your luggage between your accommodation each day. You may even do a combination of both! This crew provides the flexibility to “Walk your way”.

Yuraygir Walking Experiences also provide a very useful and detailed Track Info Pack and pre-walk briefing with ecological, cultural awareness and safety information.

They are passionate about their region and seek to operate with minimum negative impact and maximum positive impact within Yuraygir National Park and the coastal walking track, ensuring that local people and the local community benefit from their operation.




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