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Wooli Caravan & Camping Park, Wooli

1 on park site – plus at Wooli River mouth
Also at picnic areas along Wooli River Bank

7 long tem caravan & 44 short term caravan sites
7 tent sites

Showers & toilets
4 female & 4 male showers
4 female, 3 male & 1 disabled toilet
2 automatic coin operated machines
1 clothes dryer – clothes lines

Launching ramp on river bank for estuary & offshore craft up to 6 metres
Windsurfing – sailing – canoes

Offshore reefs – river & estuary – open beaches
Check Solitary Island Marine Reserve guidelines for use

Wooli River bank has plenty of public parkland & facilities
400 metres to river bank playground & tennis court

Wooli Main Beach & Wooli Wall – westerly wind
Wilsons Headland – northerly wind

Park site fronts Wooli River and adjacent to ocean beaches with public access

National Parks coastal tracks and beach walks
North 6kms to Diggers Camp
12kms to Minnie Water

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