A low tide wander around the rocky foreshores of Woolgoolga headland
This park includes the 65km Solitary Islands coastal walk on beaches and headlands. Dogs are not permitted in National Parks and Nature Reserves, but they are allowed in some areas of Coffs Coast Regional Park.
Maps, GPX tracks and logistics for hiking Solitary Islands Coastal Walk from Red Rock to Woolgoolga, Moonee, Coffs Harbour Jetty and Sawtell
Boambee beach is perfect for striding out. Cross pretty Boambee Creek at the railway bridge, for the final walk into Sawtell.
Headlands with views, shady forests, sandy beaches, and cafes for a break - what more do you need?
Walk from Woolgoolga village down beaches, over headlands and finish with an estuary wade to reach beautiful Moonee.
Walk south from Red Rock with the sun on your backs at low tide, past the ancient fish traps at Arrawarra to Woolgoolga.
An easy loop around the lake, wading across the creek at low tide on the beach. Lookout for the noisy bats!