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Angourie, NSW

The charming seaside village of Angourie, 5kms south of Yamba, is at the northern tip of Yuraygir National Park, which has one of the most spectacular coastal walks in the state.
Spectacular views of the coastline a glorious natural setting and a laid-back, relaxed lifestyle make Angourie a very desirable destination.

You can soak up all this beauty when you stay at one of the luxury holiday units, grab a delicious meal or coffee from the local café/store or take some time to browse through the local art & craft boutique shop.


In the 1960s Angourie became famous as one of the best point-breaks in Australia and is often visited by the world’s best surfers. Many of the world’s top surfers have visited and continue to visit the village on a regular basis. If you’ve never surfed before try one of the local surf schools to get some expert instruction.

While the famous Angourie point-breaks sweeps onto rocks and can be dangerous for inexperienced board riders, there are many kilometres of open beaches surrounding Angourie.

Angourie is also renowned for its fresh water Blue & Green Pools, originally a rock quarry that filled with water when a spring was disturbed. The pools are very deep and are a very popular swimming spot.

Nearest Airport: Grafton

Where to stay?


  • Rural/Country
  • Nature based
  • Relaxation
  • Remote

Popular Activities

  • National Park
  • Beach

About Angourie

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Angourie Postcode: 2464
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -29.48101
  • Longitude: 153.35996
  • Elevation: 35m
  • Population: 222
  • Median Income: $36036
  • Area (Sq/km): 3.536
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

Accommodation In Angourie

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