Iluka

Things To Do and See

Swimming/Activities: Iluka Bay, Moriaties Wall, Main Beach, Iluka Bluff, Frazers Reef and Woody Head are all lovely for swimming. Rowing, kayaking, snorkelling and surfing are possible at many of these spots. Iluka Bluff is patrolled during school holidays.

Fishing/Boating: Just about everywhere in Iluka is good for fishing! The main boat ramp is located at the end of Spenser Street; there are also smaller boat ramps on Crown Street, at Iluka Bay and Marandowie Drive.

4WD: With a Clarence Valley Council permit , you can access Iluka Main Beach. You can also drive east along Shark Bay (10 mile beach). Both are absolutely stunning!

Rainforest/National Park: Iluka Nature Reserve contains the largest remaining stand of littoral ‘by the sea’ Rainforest in NSW and is a World Heritage Listed Gondwana Rainforest. The Rainforest walking track is accessed at the corner of Long and Crown streets and also at the Iluka Bluff carpark. The track is 2.5km one way, easy grade and makes for a lovely day out. Bundjalung National Park surrounds Iluka and there are various walks and explorations you can do. Visit www.environment.nsw.gov.au for further information and maps, simply type Bundjalung National Park into the search field.

Walking: Scenic walking tracks exist along beautiful Iluka Bay and through the Rainforest. There are also lovely walks you can do along Main Beach, Iluka Bluff and Woody Head.

Iluka/Yamba Ferry: The Iluka Yamba Ferry is a scenic journey across the Clarence River. The ferry departs from the Iluka Marina and Boatshed at the end of Charles Street. Head across to Yamba for the day to visit shops, cafes and more beaches.
For timetables visit Clarence River Ferries.

Iluka Bowls Club: For a game of bowls in peaceful surroundings, a quiet beer or a great chinese meal, head to the Iluka Bowls Club.

Iluka Golf Club: Dodge the wildlife on the scenic Iluka Golf Course. Head into the 10th hole for a drink with the locals or a meal in the restaurant. The course can be played in all weather conditions.

Sedgers Reef Hotel: The famous Iluka Pub oozes character. The position on Iluka Bay is one of the best spots in town to watch the sunset and you’re sure to meet a character or two while you do! Restaurant also on site.

AAA Kayak Tours: Kayak, bike and stand up paddle boards can be hired or guided tours are offered. Visit their website for tours and services offered http://www.aaakayaktoursiluka.com/

This is just a basic guide, there are many other things to do and see in Iluka so come and explore for yourself!