The largest river on the eastern seaboard winds through deep ravines and broad plains, ancient forests, lush farmland, sleepy villages and many river islands. Option after option to explore, from kayaking the rapids in the upper Clarence on Australia’s longest whitewater trail, sailing, boating or perhaps maybe water skiing the river to finishing with a surf on the golden beaches of Iluka.
Discover the vibrant town just south of Iluka across the Clarence River. Yamba, meaning ‘Shellfish’ in the local Aboriginal language, boasts world-famous surf breaks, more breath-taking beaches to behold with a long list of things to do and see. Including famous Angourie, known for having some of the best surf breaks in Australia, ideal to visit before enjoying a classic Yamba prawn.
A Gondwana Rainforest, UNESCO Heritage listed rainforest on your doorstep at Birrigan Iluka Beach. Spend your weekends hiking along walking trails under a green canopy of vines and strangler figs, taking in the serenity of the rare beachside rainforest. Experience the vibrant plant life unique to its region and native animal species from wallabies, kangaroos, to koalas and echidnas – as well as the rare coastal emu. Live moments away from one of many natural spectacles at Birrigan Iluka Beach.