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Wooli is a town that's perfectly perched between the Pacific Ocean and the stunning Wooli River in northern NSW. A beautiful seaside village, the area is most famous for its local water sports. Great fishing, world class diving, and the spectacular natural beauty of the nearby national parks make it a fantastic spot for a holiday. Why don't you find a great Wooli hotel and come enjoy a peaceful seaside vacation on your next weekend away? Fishing is the number one activity in Wooli. Visitors discover kilometres of unspoilt coastline, and an endless set of places to try their luck catching dinner. The break walls are a popular spot to throw a line in, or simply book a deep sea charter and chase bigger fish out by the marine park. The beach is fantastic for swimming, strolling along the peaceful waterfront at dusk, or relaxing on the sand and soaking up the sun. For tranquillity there is nothing that can beat canoeing on the Wooli River. If you're up early you can savour the crisp morning air, birdsongs breaking the calm and an absolute stillness and peace that's impossible to find in a city. The Solitary Islands Marine Park is just offshore, and is one of the most beautiful dive sites in the world. Home to a huge diversity of marine life, soft corals and large underwater animals, Wooli is the perfect spot for you to explore the islands. Bring your binoculars if you're a bird lover, because the marine park is an important habitat of the Crested Tern, the Wedge Tailed Shearwater and the Sooty Oystercatcher. When the whales are migrating you can also join a whale watching tour to see these gentle giants up close. Along the banks of the Wooli River you have the chance to see many native animals up close. Keep an eye out for kangaroos and emus, different species of birds, and at night, see if you can find the possums and echidnas. All of these animals live in the Yuraygir National Park. Because of the unspoilt waterways Wooli produces the best locally grown ‘Sydney’ oysters in the world - you definitely need to try these when you're in town! Come and visit the peaceful little town of Wooli on your next holiday. Great beaches, excellent fishing and huge range of local wildlife means you will have plenty to fill your days, and a huge bunch of memories from a great vacation. Wooli is only 330km south of Brisbane, and is a perfect spot to escape the city. Check out our range of Wooli accommodation, because this dreamy little town is just waiting for you to come and visit!
Hotels in Wooli start at AU$142 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.