The town of Coraki is located on the meandering Richmond River. Once a bustling river port of wharves and cranes, coastal freighters, timber mills and boat yards, the village is now a meeting place for the two major rivers of the district and for its people.
Coraki offers great recreational activities such as water skiing and fishing and a sandy beach on its riverfront. Enjoy the landscape of Australia’s farming industry, including sugar cane and tea tree and its spectacular sunsets. The town’s historic buildings reflect the rich heritage of the area. Known now as the tea tree capital, the Coraki Art Prize and Dylanfest music festival draws many artists and visitors to the town each October.