Iluka Accommodation – Guest Guide

Iluka is both tucked-away and close-by at the same time, renowned for its first-class surf and fishing, Iluka’s natural
delights have been preserved along with it’s coastal seaside charm.
Upon turning off the highway and drive through the Bundjalung National Park you enter a place of calm and tranquility,
what locals refer to as ‘Iluka Time.’ So take the time to slow down, you deserve it.

At the mouth of the Clarence River Yamba is the coastal destination that dreams are made of. The town’s
beaches are blissful, with world-beating surf breaks and marine parks that brim with dolphins, sea turtles
and migrating whales – all enveloped by national parks and wilderness reserves. And the town’s thriving
dining and shopping scene is sure not to disappoint.

Self-proclaimed as ‘The Scottish Town of Australia’, Maclean is enveloped by fields of sugarcane and
farmland. Spend your day exploring it’s charmed-filled streets, fishing off the riverbank or taking the
scenic walk to the Maclean Lookout that boasts unrivaled views over the entire Clarence Valley.

At the heart of the Clarence Valley region lies Grafton, an historic town lined with glorious architecture,
on the banks of the Clarence River, containing an array of shopping and cafes. Famous for its striking array
of Jacaranda trees and its vibrant arts scene.

Small in population but big in personality, Ulmarra delivers country swagger and quirky cool in equal
measure. On the banks of the Clarence River, the former port town boasts a particularly well-preserved
collection of heritage-listed buildings, many of which now house stores and galleries. Spend the day
exploring the many antiques stores searching for that rare collectable or have lunch at the Ulmarra Hotel.

Set on a narrow three-kilometre peninsula, the tiny town of Wooli is practically an island Just a 40min
drive south Iluka, life here revolves around the water, whether you’re surfing, swimming and fishing, or
cruising around the immense Solitary Islands Marine Park. The peaceful Wooli River also make it ideal for
kayaking and paddle-boarding.

For more information about what Iluka has to offer, download the Iluka Accommodation ‘Guest Guide’ below: