Information about YURAYGIR National Park

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Yuraygir National Park is located on the coast to the south of Yamba and to the east of Maclean.

This park contains pristine beaches, lagoons, swamps and heathland. The creeks and rivers within the park are ideal for canoeing and plenty of bushwalks, including the 10Km Angourie Coastal Walk, are avaialble for the visitor. The park actually contains the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in New South Wales.

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Yuraygir National Park
Two views of the Yuraygir National Park.
Yuraygir National Park

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