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  1. The Clarence River

    The Clarence River

    The Clarence River, being the largest river on the eastern seaboard, lends itself to extraordinary estuary fishing. It is a living link between the rugged highlands of the upper Clarence and the golden beaches that...

  2. Wombah Coffee Plantation

    Wombah Coffee Plantation

    Wombah Coffee Plantation was established in 1982 by two ladies, Joan Dibden and Joy Phelps, who still own, manage and work the plantation and process the coffee from berry to roasted, packaged coffee. The coffee is...

  3. Mara Creek picnic area

    Mara Creek picnic area

    Mara Creek picnic area is surrounded by natural coastal heath. This is home to a large variety of birds that are particularly active during spring and summer when wildflowers, such as white flannel, Christmas bells...

  4. Chaelundi National Park

    Chaelundi National Park

    You'd be forgiven for thinking the 'great outdoors' actually meant the rugged landscape of Chaelundi National Park. Bike and walking trails zigzag across spectacular views to the river. Crisp, fresh scents soak the...

  5. Maclean Tartan Power Poles

    Maclean Tartan Power Poles

    The iconic Maclean Tartan Power Poles were instigated by the Maclean Scottish Town Association in the year 2000 to coincide with the arrival of the Olympic Torch which was to be conveyed through the township of...

  6. Wilsons Headland picnic area

    Wilsons Headland picnic area

    Wilsons Headland picnic area is a picturesque picnic spot, just moments from the ocean. In spring, it's a great spot to admire the vibrant colours and intricate beauty of the wildflowers, but all year round it's a...

  7. Turners Beach

    Turners Beach

    Turner's Beach is a popular swimming and surfing beach patrolled during the summer season. It is ideally located between the South Break Wall (a popular fishing spot) and the lighthouse; there is a path and steps from...

  8. Maclean Lookout

    Maclean Lookout

    Maclean Lookout is just two kilometres from the town centre on a good sealed road. Offering spectacular views of the coast, bushland, cane fields, river, islands and township. There are picnic tables and turn-around...

  9. Iluka Nature Reserve

    Iluka Nature Reserve

    Located in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Iluka Nature Reserve is a gateway to stunning coastline and World Heritage-listed rainforest. It's 136ha in size, but packed with natural wonders to discover. Wander under...

  10. Old Codgers Antiques

    Old Codgers Antiques

    Situated in the old 1892 Norco Butter Factory, Old Codgers Antiques offers antiques, old wares and bric-a-brac, and French copper cooking ware, amid the historical air of Ulmarra's past. Old...

  11. Grafton Regional Art Gallery

    Grafton Regional Art Gallery

    Set in the restored 1880s Prentice House, the Grafton Regional Art Gallery is the Clarence Valley's premier visual arts centre.The Grafton Regional Gallery holds the largest collection of artworks...

  12. The Shed Gallery

    The Shed Gallery

    The Shed Gallery opened in June 2003 and consists of photography documenting the earliest days of the sugar industry in the Clarence Valley, when it was all done by hand. The digitally enhanced photographs also depict...

  13. Nymboida National Park

    Nymboida National Park

    If you want complete immersion in nature, Nymboida National Park gives you the chance to canoe the rapids on Nymboida and Mann rivers, 4WD into the wilderness, and camp in pristine bushland. You'll be rewarded with...

  14. Yamba Lighthouse

    Yamba Lighthouse

    Stories about the first lighthouse seem to vary a little but it seems that there was first a rudimentary structure of a platform with a kerosene lamp on it on the most easterly part of Pilot Hill....

  15. Pippi Beach Yamba

    Pippi Beach Yamba

    Pippi Beach is an idyllic location to soak up the sun and enjoy the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular surfing beach which has a large number of enthusiastic surfing competitors turn up for the...

  16. Christ Church Cathedral

    Christ Church Cathedral

    Christ Church Cathedral was build in 1884. It was designed by John Horbury Hunt along Gothic lines with towering arches, beautiful stained glass windows and spacious interior. The Cathedral is open daily and visitors...

  17. Illaroo to Wooli walking track

    Illaroo to Wooli walking track

    If you're looking for a challenging coastal walk, then pack a picnic, put on your walking boots, and head for Illaroo to Wooli walking track with some friends. This relatively underdeveloped stretch of NSW coastline...

  18. Angourie Blue Pool

    Angourie Blue Pool

    The Angourie Blue Pool is extremely deep and is a very popular swimming hole. There is a walking track to the Angourie Blue Pool from the car park area at the eastern end of The Crescent, Angourie...

  19. Squatters Rest Private Museum

    Squatters Rest Private Museum

    Surrounded by vintage tractors, engines and farm machinery, there are 19 old style buildings, including a replica 1880 cook house at the Squatters Rest Private Museum. They make the best billy tea and bushman's bread...

  20. Iluka Main Beach

    Iluka Main Beach

    Main beach is a long sandy beach popular for surfing particularly at the wall and at the northern end. This is a dog friendly beach, but visitors must adhere to the signage. The adjacent car park has plenty of...

  21. Freshwater track

    Freshwater track

    Discover one of the Clarence Coast's best-kept secrets on the Freshwater track. Starting at the northern end of Pebbly Beach campground, this short track leads you to a beautiful and remote beach. Positioned on the...

  22. Angourie to Brooms Head

    Angourie to Brooms Head

    If you've decided to hike the entire Yuraygir coastal walk north to south, Angourie to Brooms Head is the first section and begins in world famous Angourie Surfing Reserve. Angourie to Brooms Head is a great place to...

  23. Glenreagh Memorial Museum

    Glenreagh Memorial Museum

    Glenreagh Memorial Museum is on the main road through the village. The museum was built onto the School of Arts, funded by a Bicentennial grant. Relics of the gold mining days, the early timber...

  24. Yuraygir National Park

    Yuraygir National Park

    Positioned on the NSW north coast between Yamba and Coffs Harbour, Yuraygir National Park boasts the state's longest stretch of undeveloped coastline. With 65km of striking cliffs, rocky headlands, isolated beaches...

  25. Glen Ian Ostrich and Emu Farm

    Glen Ian Ostrich and Emu Farm

    Glen Ian Ostrich and Emu Farm definitely warrants a visit. You will see ostriches, emus, alpacas, cows, horses and caged birds. There is a tour which takes about 40 minutes and is in three stages; from the incubation...

  26. Clock Tower Gallery

    Clock Tower Gallery

    The Clock Tower Gallery is located in the Clarence River Visitor Information Centre in South Grafton. It is the only outlet in the Clarence Valley for the beautiful works produced by the Members of the Gallery. Many...

  27. Bentleg Market and Gallery

    Bentleg Market and Gallery

    The Bentleg Market and Gallery specialises in high quality art and souvenirs. They carry an extensive range of quality paintings and Aboriginal artefacts. Australiana items are also available. They...

  28. Iluka Bluff lookout

    Iluka Bluff lookout

    The platform at Iluka Bluff lookout is perfectly positioned for an aerial view of the entire Bundjalung area, complete with a soundscape of waves crashing on to the rocky bluff walls below. The mouth of one of the...

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