Located at the mouth of the Clarence River in northern NSW, Yamba is Australia's most easterly sea port. It’s celebrated for world-class surf breaks, beautiful beaches, impressive national parks and succulent prawns. The town has a relaxed coastal vibe, and a number of charming cafés and quality restaurants.
The area boasts stunning scenery, with 11 beaches, pretty parks and rivers. Just south of Yamba is Angourie, one of Australia’s National Surfing Reserves, where surfers assemble to ride the famous right-hand point break. It also has some of the best fishing in the State and anglers can try their luck from the beach, estuary, rocks or boat.
The Port of Yamba serves the entire Northern Rivers and New England regions including the towns of Grafton, Maclean, Ballina, Lismore and Casino. Cruise ships would sit at anchor in the harbour and passengers brought to shore on tender boats.
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