The southern section of the Coral Coast Pathways ventures through Woodgate Beach. Begining at the only approach into the township from Goodwood Road along Woodgate Road. Following the beachfront past Woodgate Beach Park and Banksia Park ending at the mouth of the Burrum River within the Woodgate Beach section of the Burrum Coast National Park.
Woodgate has over 16 kilometres of largely beautiful beaches. As Woodgate is surrounded by National Park, why not take in the opportunity to enjoy the several walking trails on offer ranging from the short Board Walk (800 metres return) which is accessible by wheel chair to the longer Melaleuca track (12.3 kilometres return).
Woodgate Information Nodes: Driving into Woodgate you will come across the Woodgate Information Nodes (on Woodgate Road), which is a great place to stop to collect information and maps on Woodgate's beautiful beaches, scenic parks and the Burrum Coast National Park to ensure you make the most of your visit in the area.
Where Woodgate Road opens out onto the Esplande, the park is an ideal spot to have a picnic or to simply kick back and enjoy the sea breeze. From the park you can walk north along the coastal pathway to the Woodgate Beach Boat Ramp or south passing the Woodgate Community Park and Recreational Hub, Banksia Park to the end of Barramundi Drive.
Further south is the charming and well shaded Banksia Park. The park is a welcome haven for families with lots of large shady trees and ample green space for the kids to run and play as well as playgrounds and picnic facilities. The track features banksia woodlands and native wildflowers to see.