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Just to the west of Angourie is the small village of Wooloweyah with the enviable location on the banks of Lake Wooloweyah and nestled in the Yuraygir National Park.

This area is popular with windsurfers, canoeists and fishermen who like to take full advantage of the wide waters of Lake Wooloweyah. There is a charming parkland area near the lake with tennis court, children's playground and community hall.

Wooloweyah: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Angourie Blue Pool

The Angourie Blue Pool is extremely deep and is a very popular swimming hole. There is a walking track to the Angourie Blue Pool from the car park area at the eastern end of The Crescent, Angourie.

The rock shelf separating the pools from the ocean is an interesting area to explore and families often picnic around the picturesque freshwater pools.

As the Pool is subject to naturally occurring algae on occasion, which could prevent swimming, we encourage visitors to get in contact with Clarence Valley Council in relation to the water condition at the time, and check for Council's signs at the entrance, which advises visitors of the current swimming and water conditions.

The Crescent, Angourie Via Yamba
Angourie, NSW, 2464

Located 1.8K from Wooloweyah

Angourie Beach

Angourie Beach was declared a National Surfing Reserve in 2007, the second site in Australia to be recognised for its significance to recreational surfing and, as such, is considered sacred by Australian surfers.

If the NSW North Coast can be said to have a half dozen legendary point-breaks, Angourie is undoubtedly one of them. 'Discovered' in the 1960s by the first generation of Australia's surfing counter-culture, Angourie remained relatively unheralded for the next three decades.

Famous these days for being Aussie surfing legend Nat Young's home break, Angourie remains a pristine environment bordered by the Yuraygir National Park. The swell needs only be one or two metres for the point to start breaking, at which stage it's rideable for surfers of most abilities, but anything bigger should only be tackled by confident board-riders.

Angourie Beach
Angourie, NSW, 2464

Located 1.9K from Wooloweyah

Nicholson Fine Foods

Foodie paradise in Yamba! Come and experience Yamba's home of champion artisan gourmet food products at Nicholson Fine Foods, winner of 12 Australian Champion Trophies.

A "tour and taste experience" can be organised by calling the factory on the phone number provided and making a booking. The 'tour and taste' will take about 60 minutes and is available after 4pm on weekdays and some Saturdays by appointment.

It's all about Belgian Chocolate, Fruit Vinegars, Garnishing Pearls and Spice Mixes.

Come and taste what all the fuss is about!

Unit 1, 4 Mooli Place
Yamba, NSW, 2464

Located 4.8K from Wooloweyah

Pippi Beach Yamba

Pippi Beach is an idyllic location to soak up the sun and enjoy the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular surfing beach which has a large number of enthusiastic surfing competitors turn up for the annual 'Pippi Beach Surf Classic'.

Pippi is patrolled by the local surf club in season.

Fishing off the rock shelf on the northern end at Yamba Point and the southern end at Flat Rock, is another popular pastime for locals and visitors. Picnic tables, parking and toilet facilities are all available.

Southern Pippi Beach is also a leash free area for dogs.

Pacific Parade
Yamba, NSW, 2464

Located 5.1K from Wooloweyah

Yamba Museum - The Story House

The award-winning Yamba Museum, operated by the Port of Yamba Historical Society, is centrally located. Check the web site for up-to-date information about special exhibitions and events at the Yamba Museum. Like the Facebook page for glimpses of Yamba's past through historical photos.

The museum displays focus on the settlement of Yamba and its strong maritime history. The collection includes objects that highlight the diversity of Yamba's history, from the telescope once belonging to Francis Freeburn, the first pilot and pioneer in Yamba, to the shark-bitten surf board and mock school room display.

Research services include access to an extensive photographic collection, publications available for purchase and the impressive knowledge of the museum volunteer guides.

Coach tour groups and school visits are welcomed and the Old Kirk can be booked for functions and events such as weddings or private exhibitions.

River Street
Yamba, NSW, 2464

Located 5.3K from Wooloweyah

Wooloweyah: Events

Yamba Surfing Festival

Surfing NSW has combined the NSW open state shortboard, longboard and logger for men and women in 2016.

Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May - Open Shortboard State Titles (Men and Women)

Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 May - Open Logger and Longboard State Titles (Men and Women)

This event is based around the most elite surfers in the state and results will determine the Open Male and Open Female team for 2016 Australian Surf Festival in August at Coffs Harbour for the Surfmasters and Longboard divisions.

Event Dates
      29th May
      30th May
      31st May

Marine Parade,
The Pavilion
Yamba, NSW, 2464

Located 0.9K from Wooloweyah

Mal's Blues Bar

Yamba Golf and Country Club's back deck becomes a 'blues central' on the last Sunday of every month with Australia's premier electric guitarist Mal Eastick and monthly invitational guest performing.

Mal has been a long time performer playing with some of the best acts on the Australian music scene Mal. He has performed at high profile events such as Broadbeach Blues Festival, Bimbadgen Blues festival,Thredbo Blues Festival, and as a guest in a premiere guitar show featuring Kevin Borich, Phil Emmanuel, Phil Manning and others.

Catch Mal and special guest on the last Sunday of every month at Yamba Golf and Country Club. For details about the guest acts or for more information visit the Club's website or Facebook page.

Entry is free and the Club courtesy bus is in operation from 2pm. Seafood Steak and Seafood will be open for lunch and dinner.

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River Street
Yamba, NSW, 2464

Located 5.1K from Wooloweyah

Yamba Triathlon Festival

Yamba is becoming NSW's own North Coast festival with a difference! The festival is held over two days with an event distance for all, with a Kid's Miniman, popular beginners distance Enticer Triathlon, new Enforcer distance as well as the Sprint and Standard distance triathlon events.

With stylish village charm, pristine beaches, National Parks and award winning restaurants, Yamba is a unique holiday or lifestyle experience for the family. Explore the myriad of waterways, stroll the uncrowded beaches, go swimming, fishing or surfing but most of all discover Yamba's friendly hospitality all year round.

Yamba is situated at the mouth of the Clarence River in Northern NSW, the biggest river on the east coast of Australia. Only three hours from Brisbane, two hours from the Gold Coast and a two hour flight from Sydney, pack up the family and make a weekend of it.

Ford Park,
Yamba Road
Yamba, NSW, 2464

Located 5.3K from Wooloweyah

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