A Brief History Of The Town Of Urunga
Yurruun.Ga – long white sands
Gilayjal Miirlarl – High-tide sacred place
The ultimate nature experience for the genuine wildlife lover is to view the majestic humpback whales on their yearly migration along the Australian eastern coastline. There truly is no way to adequately describe to someone the awe-inspiring feeling these gigantic mammals leave you with.
The Federation of Community Sporting & Workers Clubs and their 3 Holiday Resorts are asking holiday makers to follow all recommendations that are currently in place from the NSW Government in regards to travel during the recent Covid-19 outbreaks.
Top 20 seasonal things to do around Urunga
The Riverside Holiday Resort is located right on the river at Urunga and boasts wildlife galore – including native birds, fish and reptiles. Part of the Bellingen Shire, the relaxed little town of Urunga is located just 20 minutes south of Coffs Harbour, making it perfectly accessible for a quick run to the larger shopping centres, cinemas, sporting fields or a night out. Urunga boasts a great boardwalk, close to one kilometre in length that takes you from the tidal lagoon out to the beach – perfect for a little exploration or fish spotting. As a tributary to the Pacific Ocean, this area offers numerous great beaches and surf spots close by such as Hungry Head and North Beach at Mylestom. The town of Urunga also has many local cafes, stores and shops to casually peruse.
Looking for the perfect holiday destination? Riverside Resort Urunga has what you need
There is so much to see & do while staying in Urunga and visiting our Award Winning Riverside Holiday Resort
The Federation Holiday Resorts are here for the Community through the COVID-19 crisis
RIVERSIDE RESORT CLEANING & SANITATION (UPDATED 26th March 2020)