For a small town, Woolgoolga has many different dining options to tantalise any foodie.

The town boasts authentic Thai, Chinese and Indian restaurants as well as a bustling cafe scene and take-away eatries to choose from. So if you feel like excellent coffee, take-out pizza, home-made hamburgers or fish and chips, you will not be disappointed.

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Places Of Interest

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.

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Curry Festival

Every year for the last ten years, thousands of people have converged on the beautiful seaside village of Woolgoolga. They are drawn from near and far to honour the unique cultural heritage, music and cuisine of the area in a celebration known as “Curryfest”.

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