New Wooli and Minnie Water Visitor Guide

Clarence Tourism is proud to announce the release of a new 20-page, full-colour guide that shows off the coastal gems of Wooli and Minnie Water in all their glory.

Here is the full text of Clarence Tourism’s media release dated 21 July 2015 about the launch of the new Wooli & Minnie Water Visitor Guide:

Wooli and Minnie Water NSW visitor brochure 2015

Click image to view online guide. (Download link to PDF below)

The Wild About Wooli and Minnie Water guide highlights everything this stretch of the pristine Clarence Coast has to offer to visitor and local alike.

The eye-catching guide is bursting with details about: the nature walks around the area including the Yuraygir Coastal Walk, the Solitary Islands Marine Park, great day activities, exploring the Wooli Wooli River, the annual Goanna Pulling Championships, as well as all the accommodation options available for those looking to stay awhile and soak up the tranquility both villages are famous for.

This guide is a real, positive tool to help promote these marvelous seaside destinations to holidaymakers looking to escape from the hustle and bustle, to come and be surrounded with the best nature has to offer.

“The National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) has been pleased to play its part in improving visitor experiences along the Clarence Coast,” said Denise Allen, A/Regional Manager North Coast, NPWS.

“Yuraygir National Park offers breathtaking whale watching, walking, camping, swimming and fishing activities for young and old. It boasts the state’s longest stretch of undeveloped coastline with idyllic picnic spots and campgrounds, rare wildlife and diverse vegetation. The stunning landscape of Yuraygir National Park is the Country of the Yaegl and Gumbaynggirr Aboriginal People and has tremendous spiritual significance. Families and holiday makers can easily experience the beauty of the park from local villages, such as Wooli and Minnie Water, or adventurous types can embark on the awesome, multi-day Yuraygir Coastal Walk.”

The guide has been warmly welcomed by the Wooli business community. Wooli Chamber of Commerce President Bruce Bird said: “The Wild about Wooli & Minnie Water visitor brochure is a wonderful example of collaboration between community, local government and state government departments. It celebrates those aspects of this area that visitors come for and return again and again. No matter what your experience expectation is, be it on land or underwater, it will be met, the brochure will lead to that enhanced visitation and enjoyment. To the area we call home.”

Tourism operators are raving about how the guide will be an asset to their ventures. “The Wild about Wooli and Minnie Water brochure will inspire visitors to come and explore our natural wonders and to stay longer in the area, in order to soak it all up. They’ll want to do all the walks and activities and see some of the exquisite wildlife we have here. Well done again, Clarence Tourism!” said Margaret Hewetson, owner of Wooli River Lodges.

Jan O’Neill, owner of Solitary Islands Resort, can definitely see the benefits for her business. “The Wild about Wooli booklet is definitely an asset to tourism. I feel that site nights for both camping and cabins will be increased merely by providing this informative brochure.” And her guests are already responding with enthusiasm, “We have already experienced positive feedback from our guests.”

The guide is available:

  • as a downloadable PDF
  • to view online in ISSUU
  • by requesting a printed copy
  • from our Grafton and Maclean Visitor Information Centres and many businesses in Wooli and Minnie Water.

Click on the image below to open/download the 20-page PDF brochure (30MB).

Wooli and Minnie Water tourism brochure content and welcome pages