Nature in Iluka
Iluka is a peaceful and scenic coastal town with superb fishing and beaches. Located by the northern mouth of Clarence River, Iluka is also bordered by the South Pacific Ocean and surrounded by a wide range of natural wonders such as Bundjalung National Park and the World Heritage-listed Iluka Nature Reserve.
Iluka, on the Clarence Coast, is for anyone whose idea of a perfect holiday town is small, sensational and relaxed in the extreme.
The World Heritage-listed Iluka Nature Reserve contains the largest remnant of littoral rainforest where trees obtain water via filtration through coastal sand in NSW, and supports a rich vegetation and abundant bird and animal life. Stroll the reserve's 2.5 km walking track, a fascinating experience for conservationists and birdwatchers. Also explore Bundjalung National Park, a great nature attraction, named after the Aboriginal people who were the original inhabitants of the area.
Iluka has a wide range of holiday accommodation, with excellent camping facilities and caravan parks.
Sunday 24 May to Sunday 24 January 2016
Iluka Markets Run on the fourth Sunday of the mon
Fly into Grafton Airport
Clarence Valley Regional Airport is located 12 km from Grafton’s town centre. Use the taxi services available at the terminal to make the short trip northwest. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Regional Express operates more than 30 weekly direct flights to and from Sydney. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney for travel into Grafton.
Docked fishing boats at Iluka. Image David Young, Northern Rivers Tourism
Woody Head beach at Bundjalung National Park. Image David Young, Northern Rivers Tourism
Woody Head at Bundjalung National Park. Image David Young, Northern Rivers Tourism