Yuraygir Coastal Walk

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Introduction

This is a marked 65km track following the coast from the small town of Angourie to Red Rock near Grafton in nOrthenr New South Wales. This is not a wilderness style walk as it passes through a number of small coastal villages - shops and accommodation are available

History

Unknown at present. This new track  was opened on October 22nd 2010.

Access & Location

Good access by bus to both ends of the track. Public roads exist toseveral locations along the walk. Basically the walk stays near or passes through at least one small coastal settlement each day.

Maps and Track Notes

From the website run by parks Wild Wild World download the pdf track brochure. It provides brief track notes, a simple map and good information about shops, accommodation, boat operators and bus access from Grafton.

Permits

None are needed to walk the track. Camping fees apply at sevral sites as these are vehicle based public camping grounds. The track crosses several rivers and boats are required for the crossings - fees apply.


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Last updated : December 5th 2015