Wooli lies between river and ocean, where sub-tropical and temperate climates meet.
Its beach sweeps for 7 kilometres from Jones Beach in the south to Wilsons Headland in the north. Seabirds, dolphins and whales are frequently spotted offshore and it is a great drawcard for beachlovers and surfers.
The Wooli Wooli River is one of the most pristine in NSW and has attracted oyster leases to its unpolluted waters. It also attracts amateur fisherman, boaties and family holiday-makers to its tranquil reaches.
The diversity and beauty of the flora and fauna that populate Wooli’s environment is a constant interest not only for local nature lovers but for a large and growing number of visitors enjoying the coastal walk that passes through Wooli.