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Clarence River BBQ Boats

Yamba Marina, Yamba Road, Yamba NSW 2464

We offer three spacious Barbecue Boats, one a Deluxe Boat which holds 12 persons, the second a Standard Boat which also holds 12 persons and a third BBQ Boat which holds 8 persons, all of which do not require a licence.
Whether it\\'s fishing, exploring, or just wanting a relaxing day out on the water, Clarence River BBQ Boats are fun for everyone!
A great way to spend time with family and friends, and an excellent idea for get-togethers, parties or special occasions. So grab the barbie meat, or some fresh seafood from the local Co-op, and have yourself a great day out on the pristine waterways of Yamba and Iluka.

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Bathurst Farm Experience

1080 Trunkey Road, Palmers Island NSW 2463

Bathurst Farm Experience - experience a real farm interact with animals. Feed lambs, chickens, horses, and learn about their uses. Have a led "pony" ride on a Shetland pony or draught horse. Take a sled ride behind a draught horse, maybe

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The Shed Gallery

12 Unwins Lane, Goodwood Island NSW 2469
The Shed Gallery opened in June 2003 and consists of photography documenting the earliest days of the sugar industry in the Clarence Valley, when it was all done by hand. The digitally enhanced photographs also depict the pioneering families of Goodwood Island and surrounding areas in the Clarence Valley. This is the only sugar industry Museum in NSW. Also on display are a range of cane knives and other interesting objects from the early days of the local sugar cane industry. Open seven days a week by appointment. Mini bus tours are welcome. Gold coin donation appreciated.
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Wombah Coffee Plantation

51 Middle Street, Woombah NSW 2469
Wombah Coffee Plantation was established in 1982 by two ladies, Joan Dibden and Joy Phelps, who still own, manage and work the plantation and process the coffee from berry to roasted, packaged coffee. The coffee is produced from the finest Arabica coffee trees, grown in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales. The trees are seedlings of original coffee trees brought to the area over 100 years ago. Wombah Coffee Plantation boasts a superior grade of coffee based on quality control during growing and processing, organically based horticulture and selective hand picking without the use of harmful sprays. This pleasant mild coffee is naturally lower in caffeine than most imported varieties. A quaint coffee house which serves Wombah Coffee, fruit juices and a selection of locally baked quiches, pies and cakes, and an adjacent craft shop, are situated on the property. Group inspection of the Plantation is welcomed. Bookings essential.
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Iluka Nature Reserve

Iluka Road, Iluka NSW 2466
Located in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Iluka Nature Reserve is a gateway to stunning coastline and World Heritage-listed rainforest. It's 136ha in size, but packed with natural wonders to discover. Wander under the tall canopy and experience the peaceful rainforest for yourself on the Iluka Rainforest walking track. With over 140 bird species in the area, Iluka ... Visit website for more info
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Yamba Museum

River Street, Yamba NSW 2464
The award-winning Yamba Museum, operated by the Port of Yamba Historical Society, is centrally located. Check the web site for up-to-date information about special exhibitions and events at the Yamba Museum. Like the Facebook page for glimpses of Yamba's past through historical photos. The museum displays focus on the settlement of Yamba and its strong maritime history. The collection includes objects that highlight the diversity of Yamba's history, from the telescope once belonging to Francis Freeburn, the first pilot and pioneer in Yamba, to the shark-bitten surf board and mock school room display. Research services include access to an extensive photographic collection, publications available for purchase and the impressive knowledge of the museum volunteer guides. Coach tour groups and school visits are welcomed and the Old Kirk can be booked for functions and events such as weddings or private exhibitions.
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Bluff Beach

Bluff Road, Iluka NSW 2466
Iluka's Bluff Beach is a glorious location to visit and enjoy. The picnic area has a whale watching platform that offers a vantage point with 360 degree views along the coast and inland over the treetops of the World Heritage Listed Iluka Nature Reserve Rainforest. This is the most popular surfing beach of the five, owing to the reasonable access from the car park located at both ends, and the moderate waves which produce a single attached bar. The southern end has a large car park and is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer holidays. Bluff Beach offers car parking, picnic tables, toilets, information displays and access to the Iluka Nature Reserve Rainforest walk. The 2.5 kilometre walking track will guide you through the diverse ecosystem of the largest remaining stand of Littoral rainforest in New South Wales.
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Turners Beach

Harbour Street, Yamba NSW 2464
Turner's Beach is a popular swimming and surfing beach patrolled during the summer season. It is ideally located between the South Break Wall (a popular fishing spot) and the lighthouse; there is a path and steps from the beach leading up to the lighthouse. The Break Wall is a popular fishing spot and perfect for a light stroll. The present lighthouse was built in 1955 and offers stunning views of the Clarence River Mouth and coastline, this location is also part of the Lower Clarence Aboriginal Tourist Site Drive. Here you can read the Dreamtime story of the Giant Eel which travelled through the Clarence Valley creating the Clarence River. Car parking, toilets and picnic facilities are all available at Turner's Beach; it is also a short stroll to the shops and cafes.
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Yamba Historical Walks

Various locations around Yamba, Yamba NSW 2464
Retrace the steps of the explorer Mathew Flinders as you make your way around Yamba, exploring the historical highlights and landmarks such as the Flinders Well, Yamba Lighthouse, and the Yamba Historical Museum. There are two self-guided walking tours available: The 'Hill Walk' (medium grade, three kilometre walk) to discover the historical sites on Yamba Hill and the 'Flat Walk' (easy grade, three kilometre walk) for the sites on Yamba's flat lands. All the walks start and finish at the Yamba Museum, next to the Yamba Golf and Country Club. Pick up your copies of the Yamba Historical Walks guides at The Yamba Museum, or scan a QR code or DCM code into your handheld device from the special museum postcards, and access historical photos and information as you travel around Yamba. Clarence Coast Visitor Information Centre Maclean, Clarence River Tourism Grafton or download it from their website.
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Pippi Beach Yamba

Pacific Parade, Yamba NSW 2464
Pippi Beach is an idyllic location to soak up the sun and enjoy the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular surfing beach which has a large number of enthusiastic surfing competitors turn up for the annual 'Pippi Beach Surf Classic'. Pippi is patrolled by the local surf club in season. Fishing off the rock shelf on the northern end at Yamba Point and the southern end at Flat Rock, is another popular pastime for locals and visitors. Picnic tables, parking and toilet facilities are all available. Southern Pippi Beach is also a leash free area for dogs.
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Angourie Beach

Angourie Beach, Angourie NSW 2464
Angourie Beach was declared a National Surfing Reserve in 2007, the second site in Australia to be recognised for its significance to recreational surfing and, as such, is considered sacred by Australian surfers. If the NSW North Coast can be said to have a half dozen legendary point-breaks, Angourie is undoubtedly one of them. 'Discovered' in the 1960s by the first generation of Australia's surfing counter-culture, Angourie remained relatively unheralded for the next three decades. Famous these days for being Aussie surfing legend Nat Young's home break, Angourie remains a pristine environment bordered by the Yuraygir National Park. The swell needs only be one or two metres for the point to start breaking, at which stage it's rideable for surfers of most abilities, but anything bigger should only be tackled by confident board-riders.
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Angourie Blue Pool

The Crescent, Angourie Via Yamba, Angourie NSW 2464
The Angourie Blue Pool is extremely deep and is a very popular swimming hole. There is a walking track to the Angourie Blue Pool from the car park area at the eastern end of The Crescent, Angourie. The rock shelf separating the pools from the ocean is an interesting area to explore and families often picnic around the picturesque freshwater pools. As the Pool is subject to naturally occurring algae on occasion, which could prevent swimming, we encourage visitors to get in contact with Clarence Valley Council in relation to the water condition at the time, and check for Council's signs at the entrance, which advises visitors of the current swimming and water conditions.
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Yamba Lighthouse

Pilot Hill, Yamba NSW 2464
Stories about the first lighthouse seem to vary a little but it seems that there was first a rudimentary structure of a platform with a kerosene lamp on it on the most easterly part of Pilot Hill. This was replaced in 1866 by a small wooden humpy whose shutters were opened each night to dispense the rays of a large kerosene lamp placed on a bench. It was in the same place as the first and next to the flagstaff. Tenders were called in 1878 and a permanent light was built in 1880 by W. Kinnear at a cost of 1,097 pounds. You get a beautiful view from the grassland that surrounds the lighthouse. The lighthouse itself is not open for inspection. (Lighthouse Custodian is the Department of Infrastructure, Planning and Natural Resources).

Angourie

Angourie, Angourie NSW 2464
Angourie is a charming seaside town on the northern tip of Yuraygir National Park. With spectacular views of the coastline, a glorious natural setting and a laidback, relaxed lifestyle, Anggourie is a popular holiday destination. In the 1960s, Angourie became famous as one of the best point-breaks in Australia and is often visited by the world's best surfers. Angourie is renowned for its fresh water Blue and Green Pools that were originally rock quarries before filling with water. The pools are very deep and are a popular swimming spot. Enjoy the breathtaking coastal walks of Yuraygir National Park, browse the local art and craft stores or dine at one its restaurants and cafes....

Angourie Blue Pool

The Crescent Angourie Via Yamba, Angourie NSW 2464
The Angourie Blue Pool is extremely deep and is a very popular swimming hole. There is a walking track to the Angourie Blue Pool from the car park area at the eastern end of The Crescent, Angourie. The rock shelf separating the pools from the ocean is an interesting area to explore and families often picnic around the picturesque freshwater pools. As the Pool is subject to naturally occurring algae on occasion, which could prevent swimming, we encourage visitors to get in contact with Clarence Valley Council in relation to the water condition at the time, and check for Council's signs at the entrance, which advises visitors of the current swimming and water conditions....

Pippi Beach Yamba

Pacific Parade, Yamba NSW 2464
Pippi Beach is an idyllic location to soak up the sun and enjoy the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. It is a popular surfing beach which has a large number of enthusiastic surfing competitors turn up for the annual 'Pippi Beach Surf Classic'. Pippi is patrolled by the local surf club in season. Fishing off the rock shelf on the northern end at Yamba Point and the southern end at Flat Rock, is another popular pastime for locals and visitors. Picnic tables, parking and toilet facilities are all available. Southern Pippi Beach is also a leash free area for dogs....
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Yamba YHA

26 Coldstream Street, Yamba NSW 2464
Yamba YHA is located at one of Australia's top surf spots, on the NSW north coast, a great stopover between Sydney and Brisbane. Walk to beaches, pubs and clubs from the purpose-built YHA. Enjoy free WiFi hotspot, premium WiFi Plus, barbecues, the rooftop pool and deck, television room, and cafe bar. Surf with the managers and don't miss Shane's famous Yamba tour....

Mal's Blues Bar

River Street, Yamba NSW 2464
Yamba Golf and Country Club's back deck becomes a 'blues central' on the last Sunday of every month with Australia's premier electric guitarist Mal Eastick and monthly invitational guest performing. Mal has been a long time performer playing with some of the best acts on the Australian music scene Mal. He has performed at high profile events such as Broadbeach Blues Festival, Bimbadgen Blues festival,Thredbo Blues Festival, and as a guest in a premiere guitar show featuring Kevin Borich, Phil Emmanuel, Phil Manning and others. Catch Mal and special guest on the last Sunday of every month at Yamba Golf and Country Club. For details about the guest acts or for more information visit the Club's website or Facebook page. Entry is free and the Club courtesy bus is in operation from 2pm. Seafood Steak and Seafood will be open for lunch and dinner. ...

Yamba Farmers Market

Carpark between Turners Beach and Whiting Beach, Yamba NSW 2464
The Yamba Farmers Market operates every Wednesday at the Whiting Beach car park. The range of product for sale includes free-range eggs, honey, chillies and chilli products, rosella jam and organic vegies, gluten-free sweets, pecans, jams, relishes, bread, pork and beef. The combination of location, community and quality local produce make for a great all-round experience....

Yamba Norfolk

38 Wooli Street, Yamba NSW 2464
Welcome to the Yamba Norfolk, luxury self-contained accommodation located in beautiful Yamba. Located close to the river and beaches, these spacious spa units offer the latest in luxury self-contained holiday accommodation. With a stylish village charm, pristine beaches, national parks and award winning restaurants, Yamba is a unique holiday experience. Explore the waterways, go fishing, swimming or surfing at one of the eleven beaches in the Yamba area. Go whale watching, visit galleries or discover many of the other local attractions to be found in Yamba....

BIG4 Saltwater at Yamba Holiday Park

286 O'Keefe's Lane, Palmers Island NSW 2463
Where the Clarence River meets the sea, Yamba and Iluka Headlands welcome you to the subtropical Clarence Coast. Just inside the mouth of the river set on 130 acres of parkland and forest, BIG4 Saltwater at Yamba Holiday Park takes pride of place between the major towns of Yamba and Maclean on the Clarence River at Palmers Island. Families have the choice of over 50 powered and non-powered sites. Cabins can sleep up to six guests from a range of three types of self-contained cabins. The kids will love the brand new Salty's Cove - one of the biggest and best water parks in a holiday park in Australia. Also enjoy camp fires, fishing, canoeing, the jumping pillow, boating and the wildlife. The park is situated just outside of Yamba, providing a peaceful getaway. ...

Yamba Main Beach and Ocean Pool

Pilot Street, Yamba NSW 2464
Right in the heart of town lays one of the best family beaches in Yamba and a must visit while in Yamba. Home to the Yamba Surf Lifesaving Club, one of the oldest clubs in NSW, the beach is patrolled on weekends and during school holidays between September and Easter. The waves out back are perfect for surfing and are generally smaller than the break at Turners and Pippi Beaches. This small protected beach is overlooked by the iconic Pacific Hotel and also home to the ocean pool built into the rocks. The pool is cleaned regularly by the changing of the tides and provides a safe environment for a peaceful swim without waves. Entertain the kids in the rock pools searching for marine life or simply just relax with the family. There is a kiosk and amenities close by with easy access to nearby caf├ęs and restaurants....
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Reel Time Charters Yamba

Yamba Marina, Yamba NSW 2464
Reel Time Charters specialise in deep sea fishing expeditions, from Yamba in New South Wales with two specialised boats available. Whale Watching Tours are also available during migration season. Reel Time operate 12 months of the year and go to sea every day, weather permitting. Using two purpose built boats, they cater for individuals, group bookings (up to 20 people) as well as birthday and bucks parties. One off bookings are available for those who would like to book the entire boat for themselves to do whatever type of fishing they like. All fishing gear and bait is supplied. Pick-up from Yamba or Iluka ferry wharf. No fishing licence required....

Angourie Beach

Angourie Beach, Angourie NSW 2464
Angourie Beach was declared a National Surfing Reserve in 2007, the second site in Australia to be recognised for its significance to recreational surfing and, as such, is considered sacred by Australian surfers. If the NSW North Coast can be said to have a half dozen legendary point-breaks, Angourie is undoubtedly one of them. 'Discovered' in the 1960s by the first generation of Australia's surfing counter-culture, Angourie remained relatively unheralded for the next three decades. Famous these days for being Aussie surfing legend Nat Young's home break, Angourie remains a pristine environment bordered by the Yuraygir National Park. The swell needs only be one or two metres for the point to start breaking, at which stage it's rideable for surfers of most abilities, but anything bigger should only be tackled by confident board-riders....
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Yamba Tours and Charters

Coldstream Street, Yamba NSW 2464

Yamba Tours and Charters is a quality tour and charter operation based in the coastal tourist town of Yamba in northern New South Wales. They are a successful family owned and operated business specialising in packaged holidays that has been operating for 18 years. You are assured of an excellent touring experience of the beautiful Clarence Valley. For full itinerary and tour dates contact Rick and Vickie at Yamba Tours and Charters either by phone or email. ...

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Silk & Sand

11/13 The Crescent, Angourie NSW 2464

Yamba Cinema

13 Coldstream St, Yamba NSW 2464