YAMBA, ILUKA, MACLEAN, BROOMS
HEAD, MINNIE WATER, WOOLI, GRAFTON, NYMBOIDA. GLENREAGH, ULMARRA
One of Australia’s largest
waterways, the Clarence River is over 400kms from source to sea
and a living link between the rugged highlands of the upper
Clarence and the golden beaches that fringe the sparkling
The Clarence River winds its way
through deep ravines and broad plains, ancient forests, lush
farmland, historic villages and 100 chartered islands where
ferries still link the Clarence River’s islands and rural
Explore the Clarence River and its
tributaries white-water canoeing, a jet boat ride, a tranquil
river cruise or potter about in a hire boat.
You’ll love touring the
Clarence Coast with 80 kilometres of spectacular coastline,
pristine beaches, fabulous seafood, historic towns, the majestic
Clarence River and amazing seaside accommodation. From Iluka in
the north through Yamba, Maclean to Wooli in the south, the
Clarence Coast is blessed with idyllic weather.
In Clarence Country is
Grafton, one of Australia’s most beautiful provincial cities
renowned for its Jacaranda trees, and dozens of delightful
country towns, villages and hamlets.
Browse through the 37 studios,
galleries, antiques, arts & crafts and collectible stores dotted
throughout the valley or treat your-self to the famous Yamba
prawns and Wooli oysters at an award-winning restaurant or
gourmet cafe. There are classic country pubs and an abundance of
fetes, fairs and festivals.
Come to the Clarence where the
lifestyle is as seductive as the spectacular surroundings.