Enjoy your stay in beautiful Woolgoolga at the Pine Lodge Motel

Woolgoolga (or Woopi as the locals call it) is a small town nestled on the coastline of northern NSW with the Solitary Islands Marine Park to its east and the Wedding Bells State Forest to its west. It has a variety of restaurants and cafès ranging from the Seaview Tavern (which adjoins Pine Lodge’s back boundary) to service clubs, Indian, Thai, Chinese and several award winning modern Australian restaurants such as the Rustic Table and Blue Bottles. The first Sikh Temple built in Australia, the Guru Nanak Gurdwana, is situated at Woolgoolga’s southern entrance, which visitors are welcome to inspect.

The diverse population living in Woopi enjoys a laidback lifestyle giving it a holiday ambience all year round. It is situated in Gumbangiarri country. There is an aboriginal interpretative centre at Red Rock (6 kms north of Woopi) that is open to visitors.

Pine Lodge comprises 10 ground floor units with parking outside your unit.