Coastal Wildlife Adventure
Coffs Harbour and surrounding area on this day trip. Enjoy the best parts of the Solitary Islands Coastal Walk, meet local Australian Wildlife, choose to kayak or stand up paddle board pristine waterways or opt to explore a local village. There is something for everyone on this amazing tour. You will feel like you are on an adventure with close friends from the moment we pick you up from your accommodation until you are dropped back with a belly full of delicious food & memories to last a lifetime. Book a tour with us and make your next NSW holiday one to remember!
Pickup & Drop off
Pick up & drop off from accommodation – Urunga to Woolgoolga including Bellingen
Experienced local guide
Experienced local guide & driver. Which will give you all the local Knowledge
Delicious morning tea & lunch – catering for all dietary requirements
Guided walks on paved footpaths, boardwalks & beaches
Kayaking & paddle boarding
*Choose an optional extra and explore a pristine estuary by kayak or stand up paddle board – life jackets provided. Must be booked prior to departure.
Meet our native wildlife Kangaroos, Koalas plus loads more.
We begin the day in Urunga where we take a short walk through the paperbark forest & spectacular Urunga Wetlands. From here we have a short drive to the famous Urunga Boardwalk, take in the incredible views over the coastline & Kalang & Bellinger Rivers all the way to the Great Dividing Range. It’s now time for morning tea – fresh fruit, homemade cake & a selection of teas, coffee & hot chocolate.
A short drive to Sawtell to explore the beautiful village, headlands and estuaries. If you would like to be more adventurous you can choose to paddle a kayak or stand-up paddle board on the pristine Bonville Creek (*Kayak & SUP is an optional extra cost). This will take us to our lunch destination where you will be treated with a picnic lunch with a difference!
Our next destination is the picturesque Look At Me Now Headland to meet the hundreds of kangaroos that call this place home! This is a great place to spot dolphins, sea eagles and humpback whales (June – October).
We now take the scenic drive through the countryside passing local blueberry farms & banana plantations to Sealy Lookout’s award-winning Forest Sky Pier and take in the birds eye view of the Coffs Coast & surrounding hinterland.
What to Bring
Comfortable enclosed footwear
Hat & sunscreen
Warm jacket – in cooler months
Swimwear & towel – may get wet kayaking