Great surfing and fishing, plus the nearby headland offering a perfect place to spot migrating whales, makes Woolgoolga Beach a popular seaside destination.
Visit our Coffs Coast tourism website for more nearby attractions and places to eat
Woolgoolga Beach is patrolled by our Lifeguards every day from beginning of September school holidays to end of April school holidays.
Always swim between the flags. Watch our short beach safety video below and check out our Lifeguards' tips on water safety.
Beach wheelchairs allow people with a disability to access the beach and the shallow water. We have a Sandcruiser all-terrain chair available to book for free at Woolgoolga Beach.
Find out how to book a beach wheelchair
Dogs are not allowed on the southern end of Woolgoolga Beach, but you can walk your dogs on leash north of Hofmeier Close
To find where you can take your dog, on or off leash, see our full list of dog-friendly beaches
Vehicles are permitted to launch and retrieve boats, but you are not allowed to park on the beach. See details of the launch area in the map below.
Woolgoolga Beach vehicle access map(PDF, 305KB)
Read our guidelines for accessing beaches with your vehicle
Image: 4WD driving a boat onto Woolgoolga Beach from the boat ramp
Woolgoolga Beach, Woolgoolga 2456 View Map
Woolgoolga Beach ,
Patrolled every day from beginning of September school holidays to end of April school holidays.9 am - 4 pm during September/October school holidays9 am - 5 pm during April school holidays10 am - 3 pm at other times
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