Iluka Visitor Information

North Coast New South Wales

Iluka sits on the northern mouth of the Clarence River and is bordered by 7 pristine beaches, Bundjalung National Park and World Heritage Rainforest.

With a population of just 2,200 Iluka has long remained a well kept secret amongst keen fisherman, beach goers and nature lovers. If you are seeking peace and tranquillity in an unspoilt natural environment, then look no further.

There are endless opportunities for boating and fishing off the beaches and in the surrounding Clarence River estuary. Spend your days putting the boat in, driving up the beach in the 4WD or throwing a line off the main break wall or one of the many hidden spots around Iluka Bay and the North Arm.

Why not take a stroll through one of the last remaining littoral rainforests in the country and end up at gorgeous Iluka Bluff, where you can walk up the headland for whale and wildlife watching.

There are numerous beautiful swimming spots around Iluka, such as Iluka Bluff, Frazers Reef, Moriaties and Woody Head.

Head out for a round of golf or bowls, have a beer at the famous Sedgers Reef Hotel or sit back on your deck and watch the sunset go down over the Bay.

For specific details on these and other Iluka activities, please visit our things to do and see page.