10 Treelands Drive, Yamba NSW 2464
42 River Street, Maclean NSW 2463

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Yamba is in northern New South Wales, at the mouth of the Clarence River. The town economy is strongly based on fishing and tourism, but has a diverse range of influences, due to the 'Sea Change' phenomenon and the large amount of baby boomers who are starting to retire to the warmer climates. As a popular tourist destination, it can triple its population in the holiday period.

Closer to the Pacific Highway, Maclean's Scottish heritage is celebrated in initiatives such as painting the town's power poles in selected Scottish tartans, translating street signs into Gaelic and in the annual Highland Gathering at Easter.

For more information, see https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/north-coast/clarence-valley/yamba