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Woodenbong Accommodation

Woodenbong located in Northern Rivers, NSW surrounds itself amongst one of nature's most glorious locations. Picture endless Mountains, rainforests and valleys as far as the eye can see. Woodenbong offers picturesque views and much to do during your holiday stay.

Woodenbong Scenic Attractions

Woodenbong offers travellers a unique holiday experience. The Focal Peak Volcano that was active 24 million years ago created a masterpiece of scenic Mountain peaks and falls that are spectacular to see.

National Parks At Woodenbong

Travellers will be spoiled for choice as there are many national parks to visit within the local area. These include:

The Border Ranges National Park

Koreelah National Park

Toonumbar National Park

Mount Warning National Park

Mount Barney National Park

Mount Barney National Park is massive landscape that is home to Mount Barney, Mount Maroon, Mount May, Mount Lindesay, Mount Ernest, Mount Ballow and Mount Clunie. These peaks were the remains of the ancient Focal Peak Shield Volcano. Plant lovers will enjoy viewing the varied and rare plants that grow within the park as well as the diverse types of birds.

Yowie Sightings At Woodenbong

Have you heard the stories of Yowie sightings? Although unconfirmed, it is not uncommon to hear of past Yowie sightings to cause media speculation. There have been attempts to investigate the claims. A Yowie is seen to look similar to a very tall hairy creature. Perhaps during your adventure you might witness such a sighting.

Bushwalking At Woodenbong

Select from 30 bushwalking trails to trek through. For the more adventurous be sure to challenge yourself to trek through the most difficult track at Mount Barney. Allow a full day of walking, as some trails can take eight to ten hours to complete. Be sure to where appropriate attire, pack water and tell someone where you are going before you leave.

Activities At Woodenbong

There are many activities to experience at Woodenbong, such as: Rock climbing is popular near Mount Maroonis. In 1828, Captain Patrick Logan completed the first recorded climb to the summit.

Visit the Tooloom Falls, an eight metre drop into a deep pool. The Tooloom Falls is a spectacular sight that formed when the Focal Peak Volcano erupted. Be cautious not to walk on the edge of the falls or climb the slippery rocks.

Enjoy a picnic lunch, breakfast or dinner from the many scenic locations at Woodenbong.

Play your hand at golf at Woodenbong and District Golf Club.

Attend the Woodenbong Yowie Country Markets that are held on the last Saturday of each month.

Yamaha Australian Dirt Bike Adventures is a popular event that is held twice a year in Woodenbong.

Woodenbong Accommodation

Woodenbong holiday rentals are available in the Northern Rivers region and Woodenbong accommodation boasts walking distance from the rainforest and host incredible views all round. Share a cabin with friends and family or for a romantic getaway be sure to whisk your lover to Woodenbong. The scenic atmosphere will surely win over your partner.

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5 of 5
We had such a good time staying here. The rooms were well looked after. If you are wanting to get away from today's technology for a few nights then this is the place. Down side was we stayed grand final weekend so had to drive into town to eat h the game. But we were out for the day anyway as we did alittle drive up to the border range. If you plan on doing that little trip. Please pay the $8 for the road use. It keeps our parks open to be able to drive and get to the more isolated places left. We will back though as the weather was alittle to cold to go for a swim in the creek. I still got in bad had the hit tub ready.
  • Review Submitted: Oct 02, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Oct 2017

Beautifully maintained property, fantastic accommodation and friendly helpful family/managers. Kids

5 of 5
Beautifully maintained property, fantastic accommodation and friendly helpful family/managers. Kids had a ball!
  • Review Submitted: Jan 15, 2012
  • Date of Stay: Jan 2012