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Wooli River LodgesWooli River Lodges, NSW Set on 2 acres right on the river, 9 self contained lodges all allow excellent bird watching options. At low tide there are myriad water birds and of course, early mornings are a great time to see and hear birds.

Canoes and paddleboats are free of charge to guests and allow you to go kilometres upstream into the pristine Yuraygir National Park. Right across the road from the lodges is a walking path through the national park, leading to the beach with various paths off to the side, allowing you to observe native animals and the wide variety of plants.

Wooli is situated on the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in NSW. Surrounded by National Park and Marine Park and being at the crossover of the temperate and sub-tropical zones means the area boasts enormous biodiversity, as well as being very peaceful and undeveloped.

Lodges are self contained and sleep 5-7 people. They all have a full size fridge, convection microwave and the usual kitchen inclusions. All have a deck with deck furniture allowing al fresco dining and great bird watching options. Linen is included. the large BBQ area is perfect for couples, families and groups and is conveniently situated right next to the part shaded pool. Prices start at $100 per night for 2 people mid week and $350 per week for 2 people Website with online booking is www.wooliriverlodges.com.au and enquiries to 0266497750 Singles, couples, families and groups all very welcome.

 

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