Urunga is a small town in the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales. South of Coffs Harbour, and north of Nambucca Heads, it is situated at the mouth of both the Kalang and Bellinger Rivers feeding from the ocean. The Pacific Highway runs directly through the suburb. The Urunga railway station opened the North Coast line in 1923 and continues to be served by country passenger trains daily.
A quiet residential area, the town is renowned as a popular fishing ground and its pristine sandy beaches attract local surfers.
It is serviced by local amenities, including local takeaways, restaurants and cafés. Urunga also has a State Primary School and a library that houses a unique exhibition of Aboriginal history.
North Beach Recreation and Bowls Club, situated on the tranquil Bellinger River offers up entertainment, dining, Keno and TAB facilities, bowls and a courtesy bus, making it a popular haven as a meeting point, accommodating members and visitors alike.
Golfing at the 18 hole Urunga Club, go-karting at Raleigh International Raceway and enjoying wine tasting at Raleigh Vineyard and Winery, one of Australia’s most easterly vineyards are some of the popular pastimes of locals and tourists.
Unique to the area is the Art Urunga Sculpture in the Park Festival held annually, with an exhibition of over 30 sculptures, live music, children’s creative workshops and food stalls.
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