Join the Yuraygir Challenge with Can Too to help raise much needed funds for cancer research.
- Explore the secluded coast between Angourie and Red Rock
- Spot an abundance of wildlife, including kangaroos, whales and birdlife
- Enjoy ever changing and expansive views of the ocean, rocky headlands and bushland
- Hike in the beautiful Yuraygir National Park
- Raising vital funds for cancer research
The Yuraygir National Park is the largest coastal park in New South Wales and one of the most diverse bioregions in the country.
From age-old coastal landforms, littoral rainforest, eucalypt forest, woodland and wetlands, you can see it all in Yuraygir National Park.
The National Park is home to the stunning Yuraygir Coastal Track which follows the footsteps of the ancient coastal emus that once thrived in the park.
Over six days we walk southwards taking in the sweeping and ever-changing views. The park is home to an abundance of Australian native wildlife. As we walk we’ll keep an eye out for kangaroos, white-bellied sea eagles, yellow-tailed black cockatoos, emus and whales.
Carrying only a day pack, we’ll walk along pristine beaches, cross creeks and rock hop across multiple small and remote beaches. In the afternoon we arrive at our cabins, with time to relax and enjoy a swim.
The 65-kilometre walk involves a series of tracks, trails, beaches and rock platforms that are linked by following the ‘coastal emu footprint’ marker. We hope you can join us on this exclusive adventure.
We believe our walking adventures are heaps of fun, and we want to ensure you have the best experience possible. It’s important to us that you have the fitness and skills to enjoy your time with us so please read on.
For our full-day walking experiences, participants require a good level of fitness and must be willing and able to walk over rugged terrain with some steep ascents and descents.
This is trip is nearly all walking on sand. Please be prepared to walk on sand for long distances. We recommend training on sand before joining this adventure.
In order to complete this walk you should already have a good level of fitness and ideally undertake regular exercise three or fours times a week. Experience hill and sand walking with a day pack is recommended.
Participants will get the most out of their walk if they feel comfortable walking up and down stairs and on uneven, sandy ground.