The Gumbaynggirr have been residing in this area for thousands of years. The Gumgali walk and Muttonbird Island walk highlight their stories. More recent settler heritage walks include stories of logging, railways, and mining.

Trails

Follow the route of the old Woolgoolga Tramway Trail, with your dog, surrounded by hardenbergia and dusky coral peas in flower
A 4WD route across the Yuraygir coastal ranges and forests, with a waterhole crossing
A steep and historic logging trail on the Dorrigo escarpment
A walk through forest and heath, with wildlife, coastal views and heritage at Trial Bay Gaol.
An easy foreshore walk out on the heritage wooden Coffs Harbour Jetty - fun public art, coffee, beach and a playground
Whales, dolphins, birds, yachts and fishing boats, Solitary Islands and hinterland views, aboriginal heritage - an iconic Coffs Harbour walk on Muttonbird Island
A steep climb through forest up the Dorrigo escarpment with a heritage tramway and two lookouts over Bellingen, finishing on Slingsbys trail.