Washpool National Park Drive
Washpool National Park, north-west of Grafton or east of Glen Innes, offers wilderness walks and camping in stunning World Heritage surrounds.
Take time out to explore the unparalleled landscapes of Washpool National Park, a place of steep gorges, clear waters and magnificent tracts of ancient rainforest. You’ll find some of the most varied and least-disturbed forest in NSW, including the world’s largest stand of coachwood trees and extraordinary specimens of giant red cedar.
River Revelation Drive
This is where little rivers join bigger rivers and the Clarence is reborn and replenished everyday.
Slowly wind your way through some truly glorious hinterland vista where rolling green hills stretch as far as the eye can see, dotted with the occasional homestead. It's here you witness the country way of life the Clarence hinterland embodies.
Grafton to Glen Innes Drive
For those who want to explore a place out of time, the road between Grafton and Glen Innes takes in the tablelands of Jackadgry and Cangi, before crossing the Gilbraltar Range, offering tourists a rare view.
This is the land of flowing waters and steep escarpments, dry ridges and lush, dark valleys.
Time Travel Drive
You'll want to pack provisions and a tent for this excursion deep into the Clarence Valley's heartland.
A winding route forged, in part, by the gold rush of the 1840s. This is a fishing, swimming, kayaking, wilderness-camping wonderland, and you’ll want to take your time at each and every location.
Keep it Coastal Drive
This day trip connects the string of pearls that lie along the Clarence Valley's coastal fringe...
With coastal views as far as the eye can see, it’s all about Pacific views, whites on blues, coastal curves, the Yuraygir National Park, swims, sandy feet, the smell of sunscreen, ice creams and hot chips at quaint beachside kiosks.
Cattle and Cane Drive
It's to imagine cramming more delightful Australiana into a short few hours.
We’re talking canefield atmospherics, Osprey nests, Moreton Bay Figs, curious cattle, egrets in shallows, free car-ferry crossings over the Clarence, riverside village antiques, bookshops, and no shortage of indulgent treats.