The delightfully named Minnie Water is a small coastal village completely surrounded by the Yuraygir National Park. The village is a picture when the Christmas Bells or the Flannel Flowers bloom in the surrounding parklands. Over 120 species of wildflower have been identified around Minnie Water.
There are two short but picturesque walks in the national park: Angophora Grove Walk and Rocky Point Walk. The rock platforms extending seawards to Rocky Point offer hours of entertainment for those who enjoy examining the microcosm of marine life in tidal pools and rock crevices. Sea urchins, star fish, cunjevoi, coral and a variety of sponges and shells may be found in this area.
Minnie Lagoon is a very popular and beautiful spot for swimming, picnics and safe boat launchings. To find this spot, turn into Hiawatha Road, then left at Pipers Hill following the Waratah Reserve along to the Tree of Knowledge Lookout where there is a steep sealed road down to the lagoon. If you want to enjoy the tranquil coastal charm of Minnie Water, there is a caravan park at the entrance to the village and holiday units available.
Temperatures for Minnie Water
Minnie Water has moderate summer temperatures. The summer high temperature for Minnie Water is approximately 29 °c. The summer low temperature is approximately 17 °c.
Minnie Water has warm winter temperatures. The winter high temperature for Minnie Water is approximately 20 °c. The winter low temperature is approximately 4 °c.
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