Stretching from Angourie to Red Rock, Yuraygir National Park protects a long stretch of wild coastline with aboriginal heritage sites, a surfing reserve and a 4 day coastal walk. Explore the biodiversity in this park – littoral rainforest, eucalypt forest, woodland, heath and wetlands.


Coastal forest with angophora trees to Illaroo campground, returning via Rocky Point for a coffee at Minnie Water
A coastal walk with whale-watching lookouts, paths lined with flannel flowers, beaches and rock platforms.
A coastal walk with birdlife, petrified trees on the beach, striking rocks and a headland picnic lunch spot
Beaches, headland views, sea caves and fish traps on a coastal track south of Angourie
A 4WD route across the Yuraygir coastal ranges and forests, with a waterhole crossing
A nature ramble through forests with views over Station Creek
A forest motorcycle ride or 4wd trip to an intriguing statue built by logger Jonaas Zilinskas in 1956, and covered in keys
Staying in villages each night allows you to carry a light pack on the multi-day Yuraygir Coastal Walk along beaches, rock platforms and headlands.