The Gumbaynggirr have been residing in this area for thousands of years. The Gumgali walk and Muttonbird Island walk highlight their stories. More recent settler heritage walks include stories of logging, railways, and mining.

Trails

A challenging multi day walk in the New England wilderness, following the Bellinger River
A loop walk through forests, past an old gold mine, and along a pretty creek.
A heritage stroll through Woolgoolga town with Sikh temples, helicopters, kangaroos and cafes
Circuit Glenugie peak then climb the stony track to the high point for great views across the Clarence valley.
The Gumgali Track is a short walk to Korora lookout over Coffs Coast, with engaging artworks sharing the Gumbaynggirr dreaming story
A challenging off track escarpment walk with two stunning lookouts over New England NP wilderness
Searching for gold and Coramba King mine in the forests of Mt Coramba
Explore the upper Clarence River bridge crossings, from Grafton to beyond Paddys Flat