The Clarence Valley
92nd North Coast Tennis Championships
Welcome to the 92nd North Coast Championships 2019. Held in the Grafton City Tennis Club, the surroundings are wonderful, with tall trees and lots of open spaces to enjoy. They hope to see yet another fantastic turnout, with much preparation having been put in place to ensure this tournament will bigger and better than ever before! If you enjoy tennis as a player or a spectator, there is a spot available for you.
Start Date:07/06/2019 View more details
Adventurethon Clarence Valley Stage Race
For some time they have wanted to put on an event with every leg being a stunner in its’ own right, with no need to compromise on quality. They often found that there were people who would love to do one discipline but not all of them and that finding teammates was kind of a hard process if they weren’t already part of the multisport circles. Hence the evolution of the Adventurethon Demolish Format onto the scene. Demolish is essentially an Adventurethon event which has been pulled apart to create three stand alone individual races, with times that can be tallied together in a stage race format at the end to find an overall champion. However, it can also can be raced as a team, in pairs, or simply just attempt your favourite leg. The Clarence Valley event will feature an amazing tour of the area taking in some challenging but fun mountain biking, adventure running and paddling over two days. Bring your family and mates and settle in for some great camping and entertainment with seriously easy logistics and a warm, country atmosphere at the heart of the weekend.
Start Date:23/11/2019 View more details
An Afternoon At The Proms - Clarence Valley Orchestra and Chorus
Modelled on the famous ‘Last Night at the Proms’ held annually in the Royal Albert Hall UK, the Clarence Valley Orchestra and Chorus, with their Artistic Director and Conductor Dr Greg Butcher, take you on a journey with 'Music from Around The World'. This year’s concert will feature our Compere, television Actor and Comedian, Mr Mark Mitchell, taking us around the world with their international theme. ‘An Afternoon at The Proms’ has become one of the largest audience attractions during Grafton’s famous Jacaranda Festival and will be held for one show only commencing at 2pm, with seats available on both upper and lower levels. Tickets are now available online through the Saraton Theatre website or by calling the Saraton on the phone number provided. With the success of the previous Proms series held at the Saraton, tickets are selling fast!
Start Date:27/10/2019 View more details
Annual Beach Volleyball Day
Hosted by the Minnie Water Wooli Surf Life Saving Club, the Annual Beach Volleyball Day is their major fundraiser event for the community. All you need to participate is a team of five – all must be over 14 and you must have two women in the team. Time: 9am - 2pm; registration opens at 8am.
Start Date:29/12/2019 View more details
Arts, Crafts and Quilts - Annual Exhibition
***Latest event details are yet to be confirmed*** The annual Clarence River Arts Festival will include displays of fine art, patchwork and quilting, creative needlework, fabric and fibre design, jewellery and photography. There will also be a number of daily demonstrations and crafts stalls. Entry forms for all sections will be available from Ferry Park Gallery or you can download them from the web site, where you will find more information and up to date news on the latest things happening around the Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association. You can also follow them on Facebook. So put the date into your diary so you don't double book the weekend. Please visit the Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association's website for further details and entry forms.
Start Date:19/06/2020 View more details
Australian National Goanna Pulling Championships
The Australian National Goanna Pulling Championships, based in Wooli, has been running annually since 1985. It is seen as the flagship event in the small coastal town of Wooli NSW and attracts upwards of 3000 visitors to the town each October long weekend. It is seen as a fun event, for all ages, with not just Goanna Pulling, but a range of other events such as: Tug-o-war, North Coast Axemen event, Brick Carrying races, Sprint Age Races, Market Stalls, Food and Beverage Stalls, Carnival Rides and Live Music. The Australian National Goanna Pulling Championships is an event targeted at families. The day holds events aimed at all ages and gender. The focus on the day above all else is a sense of family fun supported by the local community.
Start Date:06/10/2019 View more details
Australian Open Waveski Competition
Australia's best waveskiers are on their way to Yamba to contest the Waveski Surfing Australian Open. The national championships are the biggest competition on the annual waveski calendar and the last event of the Australian Circuit Championship and will be held 21-26 October. A high level of competition is expected, from all competitors. This is the third year WSA have held the titles in Yamba, and Mr Butterworth said they couldn’t wait to return.
Start Date:21/10/2019 View more details
Bridge To Breakers Sailing Classic
The Bridge To Breakers Sailing Classic is co-hosted by Big River Sailing Club and the Port of Yamba Yacht Club. Every year this event attracts a large number of competitors in all types of sailing craft. The river banks fill up with spectators on Saturday to see the boats sail from Harwood Bridge to Yamba and return.
Start Date:23/11/2019 View more details
Brooms Head Family Fun Day
Dust off the excesses of the night before and join in with some family fun at Brooms Head. There are a multitude of races including sprints, distance, family relay, beach boat races, sandbag races, water carrying tug of war and the only place in Australia where you can compete at tossing a broom head in Brooms Head. There are market stalls through the park with food and refreshments available on the day. Gold coin donation is appreciated. This event is run in collaboration with Wires, Gulmarrad Bush Fire Brigade, Lions, and Lower Clarence Rugby League Club.
Start Date:01/01/2020 View more details
Circus Phoenix Extreme - Yamba
A thrilling and spellbinding show gathering all elements of new generation circus where performance and extreme sports collide in a two hour high energy performance.
Start Date:08/11/2019 View more details
Dami Im – Dreamer Tour Grafton
Australia’s most revered pop artist of the new millennium, Dami Im is set to take her all new national tour on the road in 2019. Bringing her exciting band along, concertgoers can expect to see something special in Dami’s live show, an array of established hits and fan favourites from X Factor, power ballad and international Eurovision smash, “Sound of Silence” and a mix of new material including ‘Dreamer’. See Eventfinda for more information.
Start Date:03/08/2019 View more details
December Weekend of Rowing
The Clarence River will come alive with boats, competitors and officials, when the river's two major rowing regattas are held at Memorial Park in Grafton. The Head of the Clarence River Regatta is expected to draw a large number of schools to compete. In the past crews have came from New Zealand, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Gold Coast and, of course, the competitive Clarence Valley schools. On Sunday, the Grafton Rowing Club's annual regatta will be held, with the majority of teams staying over to compete, plus the addition of the North Coast's many master competitors.
Start Date:09/12/2018 View more details
Disabled Surfers Hands on Day
The annual Disabled Surfers Hands on Day will be held at Minnie Water Main Beach. It is a fun day of surfing experience for any person with a disability, no matter how challenging, with complete water supervision. All rash vests, soft surfboards, sun lotion, water and lunch are supplied for the day. Don’t forget your swimmers, hat and towel. There will be a barbecue after the waves are caught and lots of smiles!
Start Date:06/06/2020 View more details
Eat Street Yamba
Eat Street Yamba is an afternoon/evening food market being held 4pm to 8pm in Coldstream Street Yamba. This International food market includes Rotary's barbecue, cold foods, Thai, Indian, seafood, chipstars, tornado twisters, organic foods, Churros, nibbles, ice-creams. sweets, pizza , paella and unique gourmet food products available to purchase. Hot and cold drinks including coffee, beer and wine will also be available for your pleasure. Tables and chairs are provided for you to sit and enjoy. The Yamba Eat Street Markets is an annual market event held from 4pm to 8pm. Walk down the middle of Coldstream Street as it is closed to traffic especially for this community event. What a great holiday atmosphere and a great way to spend the long weekend at the end of September during the twilight evening in the beautiful coastal town of Yamba. Celebrate the first day of NSW Daylight Savings as the evening twilight adds atmosphere to the markets. The markets are organised by the Rotary Club of Yamba. For further details or if you are interested in having a stall, please contact the organisers on the phone number or email address provided.
Start Date:06/10/2019 View more details
Eat to the Beat Music and Food Festival
Fast becoming the best free indie music fest in the Clarence Valley - the Eat to the Beat music, food, beer and wine festival returns for its second year. An epic line up of Aussie musicians will be bringing the good vibes to the Bowlo. Bring a cushion, picnic blanket and relax on the grass to live tunes all arvo and night on stage. Pop up bars, street food truck alley, free kids fun
Start Date:09/06/2019 View more details
Family Fun Day
Fun for young and all will be had at Rotary Club of Yamba's Annual Family Fun Day. Mr Steve Machel has become the resident expert Sandologist for the Family Fun Day sand modelling competition and offers contestants hints and tips before this popular event at Yamba's Main Beach. Come down to Main Beach early and watch his design take shape using nothing more than sand, water, bucket, a butter knife and brush. Teams of four then compete against each other in making their own sand modelling design. Cars, sea creatures, mythical animals, space creatures and the traditional sandcastles are seen each year. They have a junior section (under seven year olds) and a senior section (over seven) with trophies for the winning teams. Only natural items found on the beach can be used in the design and the use of normal beach bucket and spade is allowed to carry water and sand. No house hold garden equipment will be allowed. There is a barbecue sausage sizzle and steak burgers held by Rotary and the beach kiosk is always open. Entry fee is per team with all money going to Yamba Rotary for use on local projects.
Start Date:12/01/2019 View more details
Fay Boyd's Fine Art School
Eighteen, five-day Visual Art School Workshops Led By Professional Tutors! There will be eighteen five-day visual art school workshops on offer with tutors who have been selected to provide students with professional, expert tuition in their chosen form of the Visual Arts. The workshops will be daily, informal sessions with handy tips, demonstrations, personal critiques, and explanations of new skills and techniques that will make the learning process much easier. Communication is high on the list of priorities of all tutors. At Fay Boyd’s Fine Visual Art School observation, imagination, curiosity, reflection, composition, tone, and style are explored as well as the joy of sharing conversations and experiences with peers. The School attracts beginner artists as well as experienced artists. Class sizes are small which allows each student to receive individual attention. Tutors are masters in their field and are chosen for their ability to teach, share and communicate their skills to others keen to learn more.
Start Date:16/04/2020 View more details
Grafton Bridge to Bridge Ski Classic
An extreme adventure sporting event of the highest calibre! A 108 kilometre water ski race from Grafton to Harwood Bridge and return, with boats reaching speeds in excess of 120 kilometres per hour towing two skiers. The event attracts competitors from Australia, New Zealand and the USA, and is considered one of the toughest events on the water ski racing calendar. The 2018 running of the event will be the 45th Bridge To Bridge Ski Classic and includes live music, food vendors, and attractions for the whole family.
Start Date:29/09/2018 View more details
Grafton Dog Obedience Club Jumping Agility Games Trial
Come along and enjoy the amazing art of Dog Jumping and Agility right here at the Grafton Dog Obedience Club. Right in the centre of Grafton CBD. Be amazed as a viewer or enter you pet if trained and ready to fly. In Agility competition your dog must negotiate an obstacle course of jumps and tunnels, weaving poles and contact obstacles. Contact obstacles require the dog to touch a specific marked colour on the way on or off the obstacle. To qualify, your dog must get a clear round under the time limit set by the judge. Jumping Dog competitions are similar to Agility but without the contact obstacles to slow the dog down. Agility and Jumpers competitions are fast and exciting and dogs that compete in these sports need to be fit and athletic. They also require a certain level of fitness in the handler as the handler needs to run with the dog to guide it over the obstacles.
Start Date:15/06/2019 View more details
Grafton Farmers Market
Discover the flavoursome taste of seasonal fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs just harvested, much of it grown organically, chemical free and local, purchased directly from the grower. Enjoy the wonderful assortment of condiments in the way of fruity jams, pickles, olives, olive oils, honey, eggs, and home baked goods.
Start Date:17/11/2016 View more details
Grafton Gate to Plate
Gate to Plate is flagship food event showcasing everything the Clarence Valley and River has to offer. This fundraising event, presented by The Gallery Foundation, is sponsored by Bendigo Bank, South Grafton Branch. 9am to 2pm - Gate to Plate Food, Farmers and Growers Market. Freshly cooked breakfast and brunch offerings await visitors to this extraordinary fifth Sunday of the month food market in Grafton. 12pm - 4pm - Bendigo Bank Gate to Plate Long Lunch The Long Lunch is an unmatched foodie experience reflecting the true character of this food-producing region. Two of the Clarence Valley’s most inspiring chefs, Zac Roberts of Karrikin and Charly Prétet of The French Pan Tree, have designed a meal to remember using the best produce the Clarence has to offer.
Start Date:29/09/2019 View more details
Grafton Jacaranda Festival
From the last weekend in October to the first weekend of November every year the longest running floral festival in Australia, the Grafton Jacaranda Festival, is held under canopies of purple blossoms. The festival commences regally with the crowning of their Jacaranda Queen and Princesses. Local arts, crafts and sporting groups take the week long opportunity to showcase their work. The city of Grafton comes to a standstill on Jacaranda Thursday with the main street lined with market stalls, rides and entertaining skits performed by local businesses. The mighty Clarence River is a spectacular backdrop for the Riverlight event on Friday evening where spectators line the riverbank to watch local performers before a fantastic finale of fireworks. The festival culminates with a float parade of enormous proportions on Saturday afternoon followed by a sunset family concert on the Riverbank. Sunday morning, for one last chance to tread the Jacaranda blossom carpeted streets, there is a Fun Run which includes a run across the famous bendy bridge.
Start Date:25/10/2019 View more details
Grafton July Racing Carnival
The Clarence River Jockey Club, located in the picturesque jacaranda tree-lined city of Grafton on the NSW North Coast, is home to the richest non-metropolitan carnival in Australia, the famous Grafton July Racing Carnival. The Club provides amenities equal to metropolitan tracks to cater for the July Carnival attracting crowds in excess of 30,000. The Clarence River Jockey Club at Grafton was founded in the same year the first Melbourne Cup was held and only one year after the AJC opened its racecourse at Randwick. It has grown to become one of Australia’s most important country race clubs and the host of one of the major annual race carnivals outside the metropolitan areas. Come to Grafton in July to experience one of the greatest country racedays, enjoy the atmosphere and back a winner. Special functions and extra entertainment are conducted over the carnival period as well as fashions on the field.
Start Date:07/07/2019 View more details
Grafton Regional Gallery Little Smarties
The Little SmARTies program is jammed packed with fun interactive activities for young children. There are sing-a-longs and dancing with a musician from the Clarence Valley Conservatorium. There are fabulous hands on craft activities as well as a lively tour through an exhibition with a local art educator who has stacks of childhood and art experience. The Gallery is wheelchair and pram friendly.
Start Date:05/02/2019 View more details
Run on the first Sunday of the month and set amongst the trees on the Iluka Sports Ground, the Iluka Markets have become widely recognised as having a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. Wander through this market and you will find variety and quality stalls. There is locally inspired art, original craft and woodwork, handmade jewellery, locally produced soaps, cakes and preservatives - the list goes on with this growing market, only 12 minutes off the Pacific Highway.
Start Date:01/07/2018 View more details
Jacaranda Dragon Boat Races
A spectacle usually seen only in metropolitan areas, the Jacaranda Dragon Boat Races held on the beautiful Clarence River in Grafton is the largest regional dragon boat event in New South Wales. With over 30 teams competing in a variety of categories, this is an event well supported and loved by locals and visitors alike. Held in late October, at the beginning of the famous Jacaranda Festival, the riverbank is dotted with purple and the whole of Grafton is alive with festivities. With the river front abuzz with the sights, sounds and colours of over 1500 people, it's a delightful day out and worth a visit. Free for visitors who would like to watch the races.
Start Date:26/10/2019 View more details
Maclean Community Monthly Markets
Maclean Community Markets are held on the second Saturday of each month in the main car park, near the Maclean Bowling Club. Stalls offer an wide range of items including jewellery, clothing, plants, craft and art items, freshly baked cookies and cakes and a great range of fresh produce. So bring yourself and the family along, enjoy the winter sunshine, and come on down to the Maclean Community Markets.
Start Date:10/02/2018 View more details
Maclean Highland Gathering
Grab your kilt and get to Maclean, the 'Scottish Town in Australia'. Walk among the clans that invade the town for the Highland Gathering every Easter from around the country. Piping competitions take place non-stop at different venues, as well as street concerts with dancers, pipers and singers. A parade in the main street, of all participating bands takes place on Easter Saturday (8.30am sharp) and is followed by traditional Scottish games and dancing - tossing the Caber and hammer throwing, food stalls and Scottish products await the bands and visitors at the Showgrounds before a Grand Scottish Concert at the Civic Hall.
Start Date:10/04/2020 View more details
Maclean Macmarket Day
The Maclean MacMarket is an annual market held on the first Saturday of the year hosted by Lions in the main street of the town. Thousands of people descend to this riverside village for the event. River Street is closed to traffic and the street is filled with over 80 market stalls, second hand car boot sales, entertainment, kids activities and much more! This event brings the community and tourists together in the centre of town for a day out of fun and festivities!
Start Date:04/01/2020 View more details
Normie Rowe was the first King of Pop and Australia's most succesful pop idol during the explosion of pop music and fashion in the mid-60s. He produced a string of hits that are an important contribution to the soundtrack of the Baby Boomer generation. Que Sera Sera, Shakin’ All Over, It Ain’t Necessarily So, It’s Not Easy and Ooh La La, among them, produced fan and media hysteria unseen before or since for an Australian artist.
Start Date:25/10/2019 View more details
Professional Bull Riders Grafton Invitational
The PBR’s (Professional Bull Riders) Monster Energy Tour will bring its thrilling, adrenaline-filled, edge-of-your-seat excitement to the Grafton Showgrounds. For one-night only, some of the best bull riders in the world will battle the sport’s toughest bovine athletes. The thrilling eight-second rides and heart-stopping wrecks make the PBR’s Monster Energy Tour the toughest sport on dirt and one huge night that you won’t want to miss. Choreographed with pyrotechnics, concert sound system and mega screen replays, with multiple camera angles that will take you behind the scenes and inside the bucking chutes as riders prepare for the ride of their life whilst delivering you the ultimate live event bull riding experience. This is a sport where eight seconds can cost you everything. Welcome to the world of the PBR.
Start Date:07/09/2019 View more details
Riverside Picnics - Maclean
Riverside Picnics are designed for people to enjoy a sunset picnic in style along the banks of the Clarence River in Northern NSW, Australia. There are many vantage points from which to experience a sunset over the majestic river that winds through the Clarence Valley. Picnics are free to attend. Customers may book a limited number of sharing food platters and picnic settings in advance. These events are fully licensed, featuring a bar serving craft beers and selected wines. Art activities operated by local artists will occupy children. Gentle sunset-flavoured recorded music will be mixed for the occasion.
Start Date:15/02/2020 View more details
Shannon Noll - The Singles Tour
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, the old saying goes, and as you all know there’s nothing about Shannon Noll’s gutsy voice that warrants first aid. Just give him a song to sing and he will take it to where only he can. You’ve heard it ring out from the top of the charts so many times over the past 15 years and now you’re about to hear him in the finest voice of his career on his new album, Unbroken. You'll hear all the hits plus his new singles from the new album.
Start Date:17/08/2019 View more details
St Andy's Markets
Jump into the beginning of each season at St Andy's Markets. With a wide variety of stalls you can pick up pre-loved books and other goodies to keep you entertained on your travels plus loads of local fruit and vegetables, up-cycled goodies and hand made craft items. Grab a bacon and egg rolls at their barbecue or they also have hamburgers, sausage sangers, drinks and devonshire teas plus a coffee van. Be entertained by live music from the Grafton Ukettes and hi-abilities band. St Andy's Market has something for Everyone. St Andy's Market runs three times a year in autumn, winter and spring.
Start Date:02/03/2019 View more details
The McClymonts One Acoustic Night
This will be a very special night. You have the iconic Saraton Theatre, an acoustic set up and three sisters returning to their home town to harmonise their hearts out and no doubt reach right in and touch yours as well. Brooke, Sam and Mollie's performance is part of the 85th Grafton Jacaranda Festival and they will be supported by 2019 Toyota Star Maker winner Blake O'Connor.
Start Date:31/10/2019 View more details
Yamba Annual Golf and Bowls Family Day
Yamba Golf and Country Club, annual Golf and Bowls Day is a family friendly event - no experience required! Join them for nine holes of golf, lunch on the Deck, then walk over to Yamba Bowling Club and play barefoot bowls for the afternoon.
Start Date:13/01/2020 View more details
Yamba Farmers and Producers Market
A few years ago the seaside village of Yamba in Northern NSW was voted by the Australian Traveller Magazine 'the Best Town In Australia'. Not a whole lot has changed except with the introduction of the Yamba Farmers and Producers Market located at the Whiting Beach Carpark. This market also acts as the agri-food tourism portal for the Clarence Valley region. There is a broad range of locally grown, hand crafted and wild gathered produce available ranging from organic, chemical free and free range. Here is a list of some of the amazing products available. They have around 25 stalls. Free Range Eggs Organic Fruit and Veggies Free Range Lamb Free Range Pork Fresh farm house made cheeses Fresh house made French Pate Fresh house made Vegan Tarts and cakes Honey Avocados Bananas Fresh house made Japanese Sushi Chemical free vegetables Gourmet mushrooms Local salami Wood fired bread Orchids Tomatoes/Garlic Maccas and Pecans Seedlings Olives/Tapenades/Marinated Jams, Relish Middle Eastern Food Plants Granola, curry paste, spiced nuts Micro greens and flowers Bread boards and grazing platters Hand crafts soaps Coffee/quiches/smoothies
Start Date:17/10/2018 View more details
Yamba Handmade Market
Unique and handmade gift opportunities abound at these markets. Local talent is growing and there is a huge variety of stall holders. Products include candles, soaps, children's clothes, ladies fashion, jewellery, natural products and so much more including the most amazing pastries from Cicley Nurse will be available along with coffee to get you through the morning. These markets have been apart of Yamba for over six years and will continue on growing to provide the Clarence Valley with one of the best handmade markets around. Hope to see you there.
Start Date:20/04/2019 View more details
Yamba Ocean Swims
A traditional Christmas holidays swim on the NSW North Coast, this swim offers a beautiful location with terrific beaches. Excellent way to get oneself feeling good again after Christmas indulgences. With its picturesque beaches and pristine surrounds Yamba always puts on a show, so bring friends and family along to a day filled with excitement and community involvement. This is one of the most spectacular settings on the Australian coast, and you should never be surprised at whom you might run across in town for the swim or just a holiday break. There is a good alternative course, in relatively sheltered waters, if conditions close out the ocean beach.
Start Date:05/01/2020 View more details
Yamba River Markets
The Yamba River Markets are on the fourth Sunday of the month, located at Ford Park on the foreshores of the beautiful, scenic Clarence River. There's always something new at the Yamba River Markets, which feature around 120 stalls, and more in the peak seasons. It's the best way to spend a Sunday morning in the beautiful coastal town of Yamba. The stalls range from fresh fruit and vegetables, plants, plenty of food stalls including Asian foods, second hand furniture, books, jewellery, clothing, arts and craft among many others. The market features local and regional food and provides free live entertainment, showcasing local emerging talent as well as touring bands and musicians in a village atmosphere.
Start Date:25/09/2016 View more details
Yamba Rod Run
Every year, the small coastal town of Yamba at the mouth of the Clarence River plays host to hot rod enthusiasts from up and down the Australian east coast. Some splendidly restored modern and vintage rods can be seen tootling around Yamba streets, adding an extra layer of colour to the sun and surf.
Start Date:09/11/2019 View more details
Yamba Single Fin Invitational
Longboarders on the long weekend perfect! Watch all the longboard action at Turners Beach Yamba, from juniors to over 65's, everyone dancing on the waves in this beautiful coastal town.
Start Date:06/06/2020 View more details
Yamba Twilight Street Markets
*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed *** The Yamba Twilight Street Markets is an annual market event held on New Years Day from 4pm to 8pm. Coldstream Street, Yamba is closed to traffic for this community event. There are plenty of market stalls featuring Rotary's Chocolate Wheel. Fossick amongst the jewellery, clothing, arts and craft, purchase hot and cold foods, buy fresh produce and gourmet products, and cool down with a drink. There is jumping castle for the kids, fairy floss, sno-cones and a sausage sizzle . It's a great holiday atmosphere and the best way to spend New Years Day during the twilight evening in the beautiful coastal town of Yamba. The markets are organised by the Rotary Club of Yamba and a gold coin donation at the entrance would be appreciated. For further details or if you are interested in having a stall, please contact the organisers on the phone number or email address provided.
Start Date:01/01/2019 View more details
Yamba Ukes Jam Session
Yamba Ukes have a fortnightly Jam Session at Latitude 20 Cafe. They play the ukulele, laugh, learn and sign till their hearts are content. Playing music in a group is wonderful therapy for everyone. All levels of experience are welcome from beginners to advanced players.
Start Date:01/05/2019 View more details
Yamba Veterans Week of Golf
Yamba Veterans Week of Golf attracts in the vicinity of 220 golfers to the district. While attending the week of golf, players avail themselves of many of the sightseeing attractions in the Clarence Valley including visiting the nearby townships of Maclean, Iluka, Lawrence, Brushgrove and Ulmarra. Yamba Golf and Country Club, situated in the centre of town, is unique as you can walk from your accommodation to the course which is very rare these days. The golf course offers a challenging layout of undulating fairways, strategic bunker placements and greens that contain subtle breaks and contours. Yamba Golf and Country Club offer tremendous facilities for the week of golf, with a fully stocked Pro Shop with highly qualified PGA staff, bistro and bar facilities and verandas that look out onto the 10th tee and 18th green. Please phone tournament director John Daley for more information.