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The Cove Yamba

Overlooking Yamba Main Beach, The Cove Yamba offers spacious modern apartments with air conditioning, satellite TV, free Wi-Fi and free undercover parking. All have balconies with ocean, garden or pool views. Facilities include an outdoor swimming pool and a heated spa pool. Guests have free access to the fitness centre …

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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 …

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Ulmarra

Ulmarra’s past as a busy 19th century riverport is easily imagined as many significant buildings from the era have been retained and renovated. With the highways replacing the river trade in the 20th century, the historic buildings were also bypassed for radical redevelopment, and now heritage tourism is an important …

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Nymboida

If you’ve ever fancied your canoeing or white-water rafting skills, Nymboida is the place to put them to the test. The waters pumped by the hydro-electric power station from the Nymboida River into the Goolang Creek creates one of Australia’s most exciting canoe coursees. The site of many state, national …

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Glenreagh

“Glen Reigh” station was settled in 1858 as a sheep and cattle run, but it was the discovery of gold in 1881in the nearby Tallawudjah Creek which brought enough people to the area to have Glenreagh gazetted as a village in 1883. Rural settlers moved in after the miners left …

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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 …

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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 …

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Maclean

The tartan connection is hard to miss in Maclean (“The Scottish Town in Australia”) with many street signs carrying a Gaelic translation and promotion of its heritage through the annual Easter Highland gathering. Australia’s oldest Free Presbyterian Church still carries on the services to the descendents of the early settlers, …

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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 …