Grafton is a beautiful city of tree-lined streets, and graceful, early colonial buildings featuring Victorian and Edwardian architecture, on the banks of the mighty Clarence River.
Grafton was the early centre of development in the Clarence Valley being gazetted as a municipality in 1859 and was declared a city in 1885.
Many buildings have been classified by the National Trust including the notorious Grafton Gaol and the Christ Church Cathedral.
Explore the rich history the city of Grafton has to offer with a unique Special Interest Brochure.
On the trail you will visit over 25 historical sites around the city including the Grafton Regional Gallery, Schaeffer House Museum, the beautiful sandstone commercial buildings around the CBD, Fig Tree Avenue in Briemba Street, and much more.
Phone or email My Clarence Valley for a copy of the trail to follow.