Yuraygir National Park

Yuraygir National Park occupies one of the longest stretches of undeveloped coastline in northern New South Wales. Within its boundaries are long open beaches separated by headlands, swamps, lakes, estuaries and rivers. Some of the rivers, such as the Sandon and the Wooli, provide safe paddling among mangroves and sandbanks. An open ocean paddle between Angourie and Brooms Head can have you camping at the remote and beautiful Shelley Beach Head. Or if you choose to head further north, the mouth of the Clarence River sits between the towns of Yamba and Iluka; near the river’s mouth, the estuary is scattered with 102 islands.

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