Evans Head Visitor Centre
Evans Head online visitor information centre offers visitors the ideal starting point to get away from all the hustle and bustle of a busy lifestyle. From here you can plan and organise your escape from the rat race and experience a serene and stress free holiday in beautiful Evans Head, NSW Australia.
A scenic, peaceful, coastal, fishing village located on the banks of the Evans River is the best way to describe Evans Head or ‘Hevans Head‘ as the locals like to call it. It is surrounded by national parks, with 6 km of surfing beaches and pretty coastal scenery.
With all the facilities within walking distance you can easily walk from your accommodation to the surf or the shallow beaches along the river estuary and to the township. It’s the perfect location to ride a bike to discover the natural beauty.
Explore the NSW national parks along the coast to the north and south of Evans Head. Bundjalung National Park has 38 km of beaches while Broadwater National Park to the north has 8 km.
A small, local, fishing fleet and Fishermen’s Co-Op lie just over the river. Imagine yourself walking or riding your bike over to buy fresh seafood for a meal. You must experience the taste of fresh prawns that have been just caught.
In the mythology of Bundjalung Nation, the Dirawong (a goanna) is the Creator Being that taught the people various aspects of Aboriginal cultural and customs.
The Evans Head Visitor Information Centre is located within the reception area of the Evans Head Bowling Club. The very experienced staff can provide you with a range of information on Evans Head and the surrounding area. They can help you with accommodation availability, road directions, maps and attractions available within Evans Head and the surrounding region.