Urunga, NSW



Urunga Attractions

The Honey Place

Watch the colony of bees working in their special glass cage without fear of being stung. Get up close and personal with the stingless Australian Native Bee. Taste the many different pure Australian honeys, or try one of the infused honey's, such as Lime & Chilli.

From the north, turn off the Pacific Highway where it is signposted to Urunga. Turn right at the first roundabout onto Giinagay Way. After crossing the Kalang River, travel 2.3 kilometres and the entrance is on the right. Look for the 'beehive' shaped building.

From the south, turn left off the Pacific Highway where it is signposted to Urunga. Turn right at the roundabout and cross over the highway. Immediately turn left onto Giinagay Way. Travel 4.5 kilometres and the 'Honey Place', entrance is on the left.

https://honeyplace.com.au

Urunga Seaside Boardwalk

This Boardwalk is a timber walkway that starts at the Urunga Heads Tourist Park off Morgo Street and ends at the mouth of the river a distance of almost 1 kilometre. It was built over the Urunga wetlands, and along the Bellinger River seawall to the beach. It is a popular way to access the north end of Hungry Head Beach with its surfing and surfcasting. Fishermen use the boardwalk on the turning tide to catch a variety of coastal species with bream being the main sport fish.

From the north, turn off the Pacific Highway where it is signposted to Urunga. Turn right at the first roundabout onto Giinagay Way. Travel 3 kilometres then take the first right after crossing the Kalang River onto Bellingen Street. Follow this street around until you reach the township of Urunga. The boardwalk starts near the North Coast Holiday Park Caravan Park.

From the south, turn left off the Pacific Highway where it is signposted to Urunga. Turn right at the roundabout and cross over the highway. Immediately turn left onto Giinagay Way. Travel 6.5 kilometres then turn left just before the Kalang River bridge onto Bellingen Street. Follow this street around until you reach the township of Urunga. The boardwalk starts near the North Coast Holiday Park Caravan Park.

Urunga Wetlands Boardwalk

At these wetlands there is a 600 metre loop that has a wide sealed walkway, suitable for wheelchairs. Along the loop there is a boardwalk over the wetlands lagoon with a viewing platform. At the start of the walk there is an information board and a parking area for six cars plus a disabled car park. It is not suitable for caravans to park in the car parking area but there is room parallel with Hillside Drive at the entrance to the wetlands.

From the north, turn off the Pacific Highway where it is signposted to Urunga. Turn right at the first roundabout onto Giinagay Way. Travel 4.5 kilometres then turn left, 400 metres past Pilot Street, onto Hillside Drive. The entrance to the wetlands is immediately on the right.

From the south, turn left off the Pacific Highway where it is signposted to Urunga. Turn right at the roundabout and cross over the highway. Immediately turn left onto Giinagay Way. Travel 6 kilometres then turn right 800 metres past the 'Honey Place', onto Hillside Drive. The entrance to the wetlands is immediately on the right.

This page last reviewed on 25 Jul 2017