The relaxed northern rivers coastal village of Iluka is located in the
Coast region of New South Wales, a unique, diverse and pristine coastal environment that
encompasses the Clarence River, estuary and coastline, plus some 100 islands.
Just 77 km north-east of
Grafton and 92 km south of
Ballina, Iluka is nestled
on the northern mouth of the Clarence River, with Yamba on the southern mouth of
the Clarence River.
Surrounded by Bundjalung National Park and Iluka Nature Reserve to the north,
you are within the traditional homelands of the Bundjalung and Yaegl Nations.
These special places contains vast heathland plains and mangrove mudflats with
the sand beaches and rocky headlands, as well as the heaths, wetlands, lagoons
and the Esk River. Within the Iluka Nature Reserve is the World Heritage
Gondwana Rainforest, the remnant of what was once an extensive coastal