Yamba Activities

Filters
Filter by categories
  1. Spooky Beach

    Out off the southern point lies the occasionally fearsome reef/point break known as “Spooks” – a wave of consequence suited to crusty local warriors. Inside the bay, Spooky beach is a picture of North Coast tranquillity. Pandanus-strewn s…

  2. 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 and orange and red heath …

  3. Yuraygir Coastal Walk

    Follow the ancient wandering trails of Australia’s coastal emus on the multi-day Yuraygir coastal walk. This colossal signposted track traverses the coastline from Angourie to Red Rock. The scenery and views along the way are diverse and a…

  4. Yamba Barbecue Boat Hire

    Yamba Barbecue Boat Hire are fun for everyone! Whether it's fishing, exploring, or just wanting a relaxing day out. A great way to spend time with family and friends, an excellent idea for get-togethers, parties or special occasions. Grab …

  5. Thrifty Car Rental - Yamba

    Thrifty Car Rental is 100 per cent Australian owned and proud to be a first tier vehicle rental company that delivers value, quality and exceptional service in the corporate, business travel, tourism, leisure and local vehicle rental market…

  6. Yamba Main Beach and Ocean Pool

    With the archetypal east coast ‘ocean pool’ built into the rocks at its southern end, one of NSW’s oldest Surf Lifesaving clubs centre-stage, and the iconic Pacific Hotel overlooking it all, Yamba’s Main Beach is so quaint, lovely and Austr…

  7. The Italian on the Hill

    The Italian On The Hill is a little slice of "La Dolce Vita" in beautiful Yamba. With Italian owners, the restaurant offers a truly authentic taste of high quality Italian cuisine full of the fresh, clean flavours of their native Amalfi C…

  8. Angourie Beach

    Angourie Point holds a special place in the big beating heart of Australian surfing. A small, steep sandy bay curves around to a boulder-lined right hand point break. To the north – an imposing rock shelf extends 150 metres to link with Sp…

  9. Irons and Craig

    Irons and Craig brews world-class coffee and cooks delicious locally sourced food in a great old Yamba beach house located right in the heart of town. Hand-made sourdough donuts, tasty breakfasts, friendly service, a great range of jams a…

  10. The Kayak Co

    The Kayak Co is based in Yamba and has a fleet of Hobie Pro Angler kayaks fitted out for everyone from the first time fishing and kayaking novice through to the seasoned expert. Their goal is to give you the opportunity to experience fishi…

  11. Brooms Head Back Beach

    It’s amazing how profoundly a few hundred metres and 90 degrees of rotation can change the look and feel of a coast, and nowhere on the Clarence Valley’s beaches is this difference more striking than Brooms Head Back Beach. Where the Main …

  12. Sandon River

    The clear waters of Sandon have been a long time coveted by those in the know. Sandon is located on the southern shores of the Sandon River mouth across the waters from Brooms Head. The river is great for fishing, swimming and relaxing.…

  13. Angourie Back Beach

    Go-to option for locals and visitors when the springtime Northerlies blow in. This south facing beach turns the cruel northerly to its advantage and is loved for it. It is accessed either by walking from the Angourie car park, or driving d…

  14. Yamba Whale Watch

    Yamba Whale Watch is Yamba's only dedicated whale watching business. They run trips out of the port of Yamba from June to October and operate every day the weather lets them. Leaving from Yamba Marina Monday to Friday and Yamba Shores Tav…

  15. Yamba Historical Walks

    Retrace the steps of the explorer Mathew Flinders as you make your way around Yamba, exploring the historical highlights and landmarks such as the Flinders Well, Yamba Lighthouse, and the Yamba Historical Museum. There are two self-guided …

  16. Miners Beach

    Accessed via the north-facing steps from the Green Point carpark, this is a rock-strewn cove that’s little but cliffs and backwash at high tide, and a few patches of sand at low. It’s not without a certain charm though, possibly due to how…

  17. Yamba Art Space

    Creative Culture in the Clarence Valley is diverse and rich. At Yamba Art Space they are all about supporting and facilitating ongoing opportunities in creative culture for all ages and abilities. Their gallery hosts bi-monthly exhibitions…

  18. Angourie Blue and Green Pools

    Angourie’s Blue Pool was once a rock quarry that ran across a slight problem. When an underground freshwater spring was disturbed it was suddenly transformed into an aquatic haven. Children revel in it for the daredevil opportunities it p…

  19. Dump Beach

    This is a fairly unremarkable stretch of sand linking the south end of Pippi Beach (Flat Rock) with Angourie’s cluster of gems. Named after a nearby (and long ago reclaimed) rubbish dump, Dump Beach is accessible by either walking south fr…