wooli

Wooli

Wooli is a beautiful seaside village located on a narrow peninsula with the pristine Wooli Wooli River on one side and the Pacific Ocean to the other. Being surrounded by Yuraygir National Park and the marine environment protected by a marine park makes Wooli the perfect place for anyone wanting to explore nature and the …

yamba

Yamba

With a little lighthouse, a big river, a marina, a fishing fleet, great beaches with Norfolk pines and some groovy restaurants and cafes, Yamba somehow combines just about everything people enjoy in coastal towns. To top it all off, the CSIRO and Stanford University described the area has have the …

woombah

Woombah

If you’re feeling in need of a coffee whilst in the Maclean region, take a 4km detour from the Pacific Highway to Woombah and you can taste coffee grown on the world’s southern-most coffee plantation, which offers regular tours. Woombah Coffee, established in 1982, led to the growth of the …

iluka

Iluka

Just a scenic ferry-ride across the Clarence from Yamba, or a short drive off the highway,Iluka is quieter and more laid-back than its trendier cousin. With a winning combination of superb fishing locations, uncrowded beaches and one of Australia’s rarest, but most accessible rainforest remnants, Iluka draws residents and visitors …

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Brooms Head

“The Broom” is a great spot for anyone who would like to enjoy the beach close to the way the whole coastline was just a century ago. Because Brooms Head village is surrounded by the Yuraygir National Park, there are often sightings of wallabies and emus as well as smaller …

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Angourie

Way back in the seventies when the surf at Byron Bay was just starting to feel a little bit overcrowded to those who’d been accustomed to lots of space, surfing legend and former world champion Nat Young decided that it was time to look for a new slice of paradise. …

evans-head

Evans Head

For decades families have flocked to this quiet coastal town, and the town has one of the largest caravan parks in NSW. This park is located on the banks of the Evans River and offers plenty of shade, safe swimming in the river, a fantastic surfing beach just one hundred …

broadwater

Broadwater

Sugar cane is at the heart of the development of Broadwater, with the first mill built over a century ago to cater for the national sweet tooth. Built alongside the Richmond River, the town has many interesting old buildings housing antique shops and cafes lining the highway for browsing tourists, …

wardell

Wardell

The sturdy Meccano-style construction of the Wardell Lift span Bridge across the Richmond River marks this little township in many driver’s minds. Back in the 1850’s, Wardell was a cedar-getter’s settlement known as Blackwall, and it boomed on the fabulous timbers which were the gold of this region. Sailing vessels …

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Lennox Head

The surfers know Lennox Head for its internationally famous right hand point break, and the hang-gliders love the place for the sensational views when they take off from Pat Morton Lookout and many generations of children will know the tea tree freshwater lake which formed the nucleus of so many …