September 23, 2019
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Solitary Bay guided tours are now available to hike the coastline of the NSW Clarence Valley.
The unbridled beauty of the Clarence Valley is now accessible with guided tours spanning 60km of the pristine coastline. Starting at the surfing town Angourie and ending in Station Creek, along the Yuraygir Coastal Walk there is the opportunity for aquatic sports like fishing, sea kayaking, surfing, and scuba diving, with the rare chance to see native animals like whales, sea eagles, and endangered coastal emus.
Accommodation is provided at nearby coastal villages, with food sourced from local producers, and walkers only need to carry day packs as vehicles to transport luggage or passengers will be available. The treks are fully supported by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, support the local economy, and give new access to the beaches and bushland. Trips can be customised for up to ten people (to minimise the environmental impact), from two days, up to two weeks with year-round access to the Australian wilderness to attract local and international visitors.
For more information, visit www.solitarybay.com
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