Coffs Coast and Mid North Coast Tourism

Urunga sits in an excellent position to enjoy both the Coffs Coast and the Waterfall Way which connects the ocean beaches and the rainforest of Coffs Coast with the Great Dividing Range, Armidale and the New England Tablelands.

Urunga is midway between Sydney and Brisbane on the Pacific Highway – 20 minutes south of Coffs Harbour and 15 minutes from Bellingen. Urunga is characterised by 2 rivers that meet the sea; the Bellinger River and the Kalang River.

Whether you’re traveling through, or seeking a great holiday destination, Urunga and the Kalang River Motel provides everything you need for enjoyable accommodation on the Coffs Coast.

Waterfall Way

The Waterfall Way starts at the ocean beaches around Urunga and climbs through lush rolling farm lands of Bellingen, through semitropical rainforest and up into the Great Dividing Range on it’s way to Armidale and the New England Tableland.

The Waterfall Way is one of Australia’s great touring routes whether you go by car, motorcycle or bicycle.

Dorrigo National Park

Walk through Dorrigo National Park

photo: aschaf

The World Heritage listed Dorrigo National Park is a beautiful way to spend the day visiting one of Australia’s most accessible and pristine rainforest settings. The Dorrigo Rainforest Centre is open every day from 9am to 4:30pm. Located 1 hour drive from Urunga via the Waterfall Way.

Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour Porpoise Pool

If you’re in Coffs Harbour with the kids, or just really enjoy getting lose to dolphins and seals – then a trip to the Porpoise Pool is a must. Open every day from 9 to 4, the park offers shows, reptile park, penguin and turtle feeding and the famous dolphin kisses.