Guru Nanak Sikh Temple – a huge and imposing white structure is Woolgoolga’s architectural landmark. It was built by the town’s Sikh residents whose ancestors travelled to the North Coast around the time of Australian Federation. Today, you can visit the temple, enjoy authentic Punjabi cooking in local restaurants and enjoy cultural performances.

Woolgoolga Art Gallery – is a community based gallery run by volunteers. There are regular exhibitions, classes and workshops in a variety of arts and crafts. All exhibition items are for sale.

Other things to do around the Woolgoolga area includes:

  • A drive through Wedding Bells State Forest where the subtropical rainforest provides a habitat for many bird species.
  • The walking track along Woolgoolga Creek takes you to a lovely waterfall.
  • The beautiful Woolgoolga Headland offers a perfect viewing spot to see migrating Humpback Whales passing along the coast between May and November.
  • Cycle from Woolgoolga to Arrawarra on a 17km return signposted journey.

 

 

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