With one of the most unspoilt coastlines along the North Coast of New South Wales, there is no better reason to venture out and experience the Clarence by water. The vast sandy beaches, uninhabited coves, uncrowded surf breaks and undiscovered rock pools make for an incredible coastal experience.
Surfing is a popular pastime for visitors and locals, with many breaks that are advantageous regardless of the wind direction. Deep-sea fishing is for the more adventurous, with the abundant sealife – catching your dinner sure beats going to the supermarket.
Discover one of the many rock pools at Brooms Head, Woody Head or Yamba, the kids will find plenty of treasures, while childhood memories are ingrained forever. The ocean is not the only water attraction, the Clarence River also attracts a number of watersports, with kayaking, canoeing, SUP, boating and fishing. To really experience the best of the Clarence, you really must get out on or in the water.
Feature image: Wooli Wooli River