Situated in the Northern Rivers of NSW, the biggest river on the east coast of Australia flows through the entire Clarence Valley to meet the sea at ‘ YambaParadise’.

Offering both residents and visitors alike one of Australia’s most liveable places, Yamba was voted "best town in Australia" by Australian Traveller Magazine in 2009.

With pristine beaches, national parks, nature walks, spectacular waterways plus award-winning restaurants, Yamba still retains the charm of a fishing village alongside modern resort living, quay developments and generously spaced residential properties.

With summer temperature ranging roughly between 19 to 30 degrees – winter is a manageable 10 to 30. Average rainfall is 1447mm keeping the grass green!

A population of about 7,000 people has been increasing slowly in this friendly little town, where people greet each other on their morning walks by the river or along the beaches. During holiday periods the population can nearly double, adding greater variety to village life.

Beyond the township of Yamba, lies a myriad of small villages throughout the Valley. There’s the famous surfing beach at Angourie; that magnificent Lake at Wooloweyah and on the north bank of The Clarence lies the fishing haven called Iluka.

The once dairy village of Palmers Island is now the height of fashionable homes on acreage; Woombah offers larger properties as does elevated Ashby. Never to be forgotten, the Scottish town of Maclean with all its history should be visited.

Whether you seek to live permanently in God’s country, buy a holiday beach-house, a farm, or just want an investment – come and explore our countless waterways, stroll along endless beaches, swim, fish or surf with nature and not the crowds.

Enjoy the friendly hospitality found all year round throughout Yamba Valley where the locals and visitors will tell you - it’s simply PERFECTION!