As you come off the Pacific Highway making your way to Iluka you will pass through the lovely bushland village of Woombah. This peaceful hamlet is located at the southern end of the Bundjalung National Park and is home to a large koala colony.
There is a pottery gallery to visit, a coffee plantation (one of Australia’s southernmost) and the old school house all open by appointment to visitors. The fishing in this area is also good with blackfish, whiting, bream and flathead often caught from the shore and rocks.
There is a great recreational reserve on the corner of West Street & Iluka Road. The park is a wonderful place to enjoy a picnic or BBQ lunch, or just a quick stop to stretch your legs. It has children’s playground equipment, toilet amenities block, picnic table and BBQ area.
The three well-positioned caravan parks (two in Woombah, one on Goodwood Island) offer visitors offer a pretty, quiet and relaxing place to stay.
Activites and Experiences at Woombah
- Bottled Gas
- Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
- National Park
- Takeaway Food
Nearest Airport: Grafton