Your go-to guide for things to do in Yamba & our surrounding areas.

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Ten Pin Bowling

Head down to The Bowlo Sports and Leisure Yamba to enjoy a game of Ten Pin Bowling on one of four lane bowling alleys. Bookings recommended.

Yamba Cinema

Family owned and operated, Yamba Cinema offers new movies at just $10 a ticket.


Enjoy a round of 9 or 18 holes on the picturesque Yamba Golf Course. Equipment and golf cart hire available from the Pro Shop.

Yamba Skate Park

Recently upgraded and extended, the Yamba Skate Park offers a great range of ramps and obstacles perfect for all ages and abilities.

Yamba Breakwall

The Yamba break wall is situated at the mouth of the Clarence River in Northern NSW. Great for exercise, dog-walking and fishing. You can access the break wall from Turner’s Beach.

Yamba Lighthouse

The Yamba Lighthouse is a spot everyone needs to come to when they are in town. With excellent views over looking Yamba Main Beach, Turners Beach and the Clarence River, it’s a great spot to come and bring a picnic for the day.

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Angourie Back Beach

Angourie Back Beach is one of the best kept secrets in our area. A long stretch of perfect sand, surrounded by National Park, Back Beach tends to get a perfectly calm bay in the left corners, while surfing waves stretch further down the beach.

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Angourie Point Beach

A world-renowned surf destination offering pristine waves over the secluded bay. Not ideal for swimming with a rock shelf covering most of the water, but a great spot for sunbathing and watching surfers.

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Convent Beach

Tucked away in between Main Beach and Pippi, Convent Beach is a protected cove usually offering crystal clear water with small swell, and great snorkeling and fishing spots along Lover’s Point.

Spooky Beach

Don’t be scared off by the name. Spooky Beach which is a lovely beach near to the famous Angourie Green and Blue Pools. It’s popular with surfers and has great rock pools to explore.

Pippi Beach

Pippi Beach is Yamba’s longest beach, with great surf breaks and swim spots. It is popular among dog owners for it’s leash-off area at the southern end of the beach.

Whiting Beach

Around the corner from Turners Beach will bring you to Whiting Beach which is a long bay, and a bit more secluded than the popular Turners Beach or Yamba Main Beach.

Turners Beach

Turners Beach is another popular surfing beach in Yamba, complete with picnic benches to sit and watch the waves roll in. It offers great walking areas along the break wall or up to Yamba Lighthouse.

Main Beach

Potentially the most popular beach in Yamba, Main Beach is the complete package with beachside cafe, ocean swimming pool and Surf Life Saving Clubhouse.