Iluka, 2466, NSW, Australia

Iluka, which translates to “by the sea”, is a small coastal town, directly opposite Yamba, at the mouth of the Clarence River in the Far North Coast Region of New South Wales.

Iluka is famous for catering for rock, river and deep sea fishing but also offers glorious, clean beaches, Iluka Bay and a World Heritage-Listed Rainforest. You may be lucky enough to see local wildlife in their natural habitat: wedge-tailed eagles, ospreys, emus, kangaroos, goannas and echidnas live in surrounding bushland and dolphins often play in the beautiful Clarence River.

You can hire a boat or take a ferry across the Clarence River to Yamba for the day, enjoy Iluka's Golf Course and Bowls Club social activities, play tennis, explore the rock pools, dine out available at either Iluka or Yamba's restaurants or just relax and do nothing.

Iluka is 16 kilometres from the Pacific Highway; a two- hour drive from the Gold Coast and an hour from Grafton.  Iluka is 55kms from Ballina Airport and 55kms from Grafton Airport.

Iluka Accommodation