Clarence Gorge

Natural Attractions


Located within one and a half hours drive, north-west of Grafton is this rugged gorge where thundering waterfalls and savage rapids intermingle with deep pools and sections of calm water. The scenery is breathtaking and the fishing is excellent. There are three main waterfalls and the Rainbow Falls live up to their name on sunny days.

Most visitors enjoy overnight stays at one of the properties that line the gorge. It must be emphasised that the Clarence Gorge is enclosed by private property on both sides. These properties operate as farm stay businesses and can accommodate campers.

A visit to the gorge cannot be achieved in a few hours without any planning and prior arrangements, but those who make the effort are inevitably inspired by their adventure.

Day visitors are required to pay a donation fee to enter the property.


Carpark Picnic Area Public Toilet


Birdwatching Camping Canoeing/Kayaking Fishing Hiking Rock Climbing Scenic Drives Swimming Walks


Free Entry

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