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Welcome to Grafton

Grafton: city of trees, with its charms hidden from the highway, rewarding those who venture within. A place of beauty, heritage and soul. It’s home. It’s the beating heart of the Clarence Valley.

The must sees ...

The jacarandas might be the most famous but there are also cape chestnuts, golden trumpet trees, tree waratahs, tibouchinas, poincianas, silky oaks, giant figs and many more botanical highlights to marvel at.

Grafton is blessed with broad avenues and magnificent architecture. A long-standing concern with civic beauty shows itself in the abundance of beautiful trees, parks, statuesque civic buildings and fine residences. Walking or cycling along the streets and pathways gives you the opportunity to absorb and ‘feel’ Grafton’s heritage and history in an appropriately quiet and reflective manner.

A dawn or dusk stroll along the walkways below the Grafton Bridge gives expansive river views of the Clarence, and Susan Island. See if you can spot the wreck of the Induna, 200 metres upstream of the bridge.

Take advantage of the river on their doorstep. Perfect for skiing, fishing, kayaking, canoeing, wake boarding, sailing, swimming and anything else you can imagine!

Pop on into town during late October and early November to catch the jacarandas in bloom! There are festivities, markets, a Jacaranda Queen crowning, parade and river festival. One for the bucket list.

Giddy-up and dress up this July for the always exciting July Races! The annual week of races is well worth splurging on that new dress for!

There's a variety of accommodation, food and entertainment in Grafton.

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December Weekend of Rowing

1 Prince StreetGrafton NSW 2460

Boorkoom campground

Wilsons Headland WalkGrafton NSW 2460

Clarence River Historical Society Inc

Fitzroy Street
Grafton NSW 2460

Bridge To Breakers Sailing Classic

Harwood Bridge to YambaGrafton NSW 2460

Civic Motel Grafton

153 Pound StreetGrafton NSW 2460

Annies Bed and Breakfast Grafton

13 Mary StreetGrafton NSW 2460

Grafton Farmers Market

Duke Street,
Corner of Fitzroy Street
Grafton NSW 2460

Grafton Greyhound Racing Club Caravan Park

Cranworth StreetGrafton NSW 2460

Abbey Motor Inn

59 Fitzroy StreetGrafton NSW 2460

Grafton Jacaranda Festival

Prince StreetGrafton NSW 2460

The Rosary Bed and Breakfast

41 Bacon StreetGrafton NSW 2460

Old Glen Innes Road and the Historic Tunnel Grafton

Old Glen Innes RoadGrafton NSW 2460

Upcoming Events in Grafton

  • September 19, 2019

    Grafton Farmers Market

    Duke Street, Corner of Fitzroy Street, Grafton New South Wales 2460

  • September 29, 2019

    Gate to Plate - Food, Farmers and Growers Market

    208 Prince Street, Grafton New South Wales 2460

  • September 29, 2019

    Grafton Gate to Plate

    208 Prince Street, Grafton New South Wales 2460


are we?

The Clarence Valley is located in what’s known as the Northern Rivers area of NSW. It’s a three-hour drive from Brisbane and a solid days’ drive north from Sydney. Basically, we’re below Byron’s Big Lighthouse, Ballina’s Big Prawn and above Coffs Harbour’s Big Banana - Our big thing is the river!

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