Nambucca Heads, a relaxed beach town in New South Wales, offers a variety of activities and sights for travelers seeking natural beauty and outdoor adventures. One of the must-see attractions is the V-Wall, a popular spot for a leisurely walk along the river, adorned with colorful painted rocks. For nature enthusiasts, the Nyambagga Walking Trail provides an easy, scenic coastal walk. Additionally, the town's beautiful beaches, such as Nambucca Heads Beach and Shelly Beach, are perfect for swimming, surfing, and enjoying the warm waters. Visitors can also explore the Nambucca River through activities like kayaking and canoeing, with kayak rentals available for those without their own equipment.
For stunning panoramic views, a visit to Captain Cook's Lookout and the Rotary Lookout is highly recommended. These vantage points offer breathtaking perspectives of the coastline and the meeting point of the Nambucca River and the South Pacific Ocean. Furthermore, the town's vibrant arts scene and the nearby Gaagal Wanggaan (South Beach) National Park provide additional opportunities for cultural enrichment and outdoor exploration. Whether it's watching the sunrise at Shelley Beach or taking surfing lessons, Nambucca Heads offers a diverse range of experiences for travelers looking to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the East Coast of Australia.
Welcome to the Gaagal Wanggaan (Beach South) Tour, where you can explore the serene and beautiful wawaa (bush) and Gaagal (ocean) surrounds for 3.5 hours. During the tour, you'll be connected to the wajaarr (earth), biindarray (rivers) and gaagal (ocean) as you learn about the rich culture and heritage of the Gumbaynggirr people.