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Woolgoolga - affectionately known as 'Woopi' among locals - is a pleasant seaside town 25 kilometres north of Coffs Harbour. The town has the largest regional Sikh/Punjabi population in Australia. The imposing Guru Nanak Sikh Gurudwara (Sikh Temple) is not only the town's number one landmark, but also the place of worship for the local Punjabi Sikh community, who make up half of Woolgoolga's population. The temple is open to visitors on weekends. Woolgoolga Headland is known as Whale Watch Headland. With some of the best coastal views in New South Wales, it's the perfect place to see migrating Humpback Whales pass the coast between May and November. It is truly a magical spot to stop and rest. About four kilometres inland are Sherwood Nature Reserve and Woolgoolga Picnic Area. Enjoy the two kilometre riverside walk along Woolgoolga Creek through subtropical rainforest to the spectacular waterfall.