Hit the Beach
Wooyung Beach is one of Australia's Top Ten beaches, according to Nick Bowditch's travel site. We have more than 10km of unspoiled beaches in front of us (less than 1 minute walk!) and we consider it crowded if you see more than 5 people on the horizon.
The next township is 6km away, so the star gazing is spectacular. BYO astronomy gear, or just enjoy the big skies that are full of glitter even without a telescope.
Our park is full of wildlife and we treat them as our pets. Please keep dogs at a safe distance, and do not chase or try to catch any animals.
Water dragons are very shy but some like to be hand fed with small fruit.
More than 85 different types of birds have been observed in our park throughout the year.
Whale watching is spectacular around May/June (going north) and September/October migrating south with their calves). You can often watch them breaching straight off our beach.
Northern Rivers Rail Trail
The Northern Rivers Rail Trail is a shared recreation and nature trail where users can walk, ride and explore at their own pace. Stretching 24km from Murwillumbah to Crabbes Creek, the Rail Trail currently ends at Wooyung Road/Tweed Valley Way about 5kms from the campground (approx. 17 mins bike ride).
Great for the family, adventurer or just to do a small part! There are lots of places to stop en-route for food and drinks and a super cool 500m tunnel! a great addition to our beautiful Tweed Shire. Find out more information on their website.
Wooyung Beach is unpatrolled so we recommend swimmers enjoy the gentler water at these local spots:
Great fishing can be had every month of the year in the Tweed. A few favourites that are located close by include: