Characterised by beautiful beaches, the Brooms Head Lookout is a great viewing platform to spot migrating whales and pods of dolphins.
Brooms Head is a haven for fishermen, swimmers and surfers. It offers walks through different habitats and opportunities for bird watching and nature photography.
- Swim and snorkel in the tidal lagoon
- Whale watching from the scenic lookout
- Beach and river fishing
- Walking tracks
- Bird Watching
- Nature photography
- Dine out at Brooms Head Bowling Club
- Picnic right on the beach
- Golf at Maclean and Yamba
- Just a short drive to the historical Scottish town of Maclean
Yuraygir Coastal Walk
This unique 4 day walk travels through Yuraygir National Park, the longest strech of protected coastline in NSW. Your journey will encounter vast heathland plains, long sandy beaches, crystal clear creeks and lagoons, rocky headlands and abundant wild flowers and birdlife.
The sign posted 65km walking route extends from the coastal villages of Angourie to Red Rock.
The walk passes through the village of Brooms Head in which we would like to offer overnight accommodation and a continental breakfast included in your nightly rate. For more information go to www.nationalparks.com.au.