Local Tourist Attractions
aWoolgoolga Art Gallery - the works of Woolgoolga's vibrant artisans are on display in this pleasant, professionally operated gallery, don't miss it.
The Buster Shipwreck - Woolgoolga boasts its own shipwreck, the Buster built in the 1800's and lies at the northern end of Woolgoolga's Main Beach and is exposed at different times of the year subject to weather conditions. Locals & tourists alike travel miles to see it when it emerges from it's sandy grave.
Big Banana - the Big Banana (Australia's first tourism BIG thing built) is a national icon and is the most photographed Australian icon after the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Situated on the Pacific Highway on the north side of Coffs Harbour and home to an ice skating rink, waterpark, toboggan ride, banana plantation tours/gift shop/restaurant and many interesting stores. A visit to Coffs Harbour would not be complete without stopping for a photograph in front of the famous Big Banana.
Butterfly House - set in a walk-through display of butterflies & insects in a natural simulated setting with coffee shop and souvenir shop. Situated at Bonville on the south side of Coffs Harbour.
Pet Porpoise Pool - is a Coffs Harbour institution and has thrilled visitors for decades with their live dolphin and seal shows.
Whale Watching - for those of you who would like to get a little closer to the whales than a view from Woolgoolga Headland, the Coffs Whale Watching is world famous as the lowest priced boat cruises on the east coast. Get up close and personal with the giants of the sea.
Woolgoolga Visitors Centre is where you'll find many other tour operators' information offering a host of value for money tours that our region is known for. While you're there, you can learn more about the Woolgoolga township and its history.