Sunrise weather presenter Nuala Hafner was in Woolgoolga for live crosses helping to promote the Curryfest festival.
Sunrise weather presenter Nuala Hafner was in Woolgoolga for live crosses helping to promote the Curryfest festival. Trevor Veale

Woolgoolga on the small screen with curry flavoured Sunrise

AUSTRALIA got a taste of Woolgoolga this morning with Channel 7's Sunrise morning show broadcasting live from the beach reserve.

Sunrise HQ crossed to weather presenter Nuala Hafner in Woopi throughout the show but it wasn't just to check in on the forecast.

The show came to town to promote Woolgoolga's upcoming Curryfest with event organisers staging a mini-festival for today's filming.

Viewers were treated to a cooking demonstration with Wholly Human chef and local Michael King, yoga with Flow Physiology and more fun with henna tattoos, live music and plenty of dancing.

Filming took place between 6am and 9am with hundreds of locals stopping in throughout the morning.

Curryfest will take place on September 26.



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