Walks and Hikes

Oyster Walk

This 15 kilometre walking trail offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Coffin Bay’s abundant flora and fauna plus magnificent water views.

This well defined trail meanders along the foreshore, between the holiday shacks and homes and up to the lookout and through to Old Oystertown.

You can either stroll any section of the Oyster Walk or take on a challenge by completing one or more of its sections.

Yangie Bay Walks

Walks start at Yangi Bay camping area – bitumen road from Coffin Bay

Black Springs Well hike – 4WD from Yangie Bay

Follows the coast around the headland overlooking sheltered Port Douglas. – 2 klms return – allow 40 minutes.

Black Rocks Hike – 4WD from Yangie Bay

To the rugged coastline of Avoid Bay with views overlooking Lake Damascus along the way – 12 klm return – allow 4 hours.

Beach Walks

Long Beach – the nearest to our town – access on your right just before you enter the National Park.

Almonta Beach (in the Coffin Bay National Park) – Not only a great surf-fishing beach but a great family one to walk along. Also explore around the southern corner of Point Avoid.

Avoid Bay Beach (in the Coffin Bay National Park) Walk down the boat ramp and explore this beach.

Gunyah Beach and Sand Dunes – 4WD required – Either drive through the sand dunes to the beach or leave your vehicle in the car park just before the start of the Dunes and walk across the dunes to this spectacular beach.