The best vacation is when you can have maximum fun on a minimum budget. A great idea for a relaxing holiday is in a quiet town like Yamba that is packed with recreational activities whether on the water or on land. Yamba is a vacation town located in northern New South Wales. If is two hours by plane from Sydney and two hours by land from the Gold Coast. It has received world acclaim for having one of the best climates there is.
Being a popular vacation destination, finding the best of Yamba accommodation is never a problem. If you are looking for a resort-style accommodation without digging too deep in your pockets, the Yamba Sun Motel is your best bet. You get different types of rooms equipped with all the modern comforts at very affordable prices. You will be taken care of by well trained staff that work hard to ensure you have a pleasant experience.
When it comes to recreation, Yamba offers you some fabulous choices. The town is bordered by the well known Clarence River and the Pacific Ocean so there is no shortage of water fun. The pristine beaches are ideal for a day of swimming and getting a tan. You can also go fishing, snorkelling, boating, or surfing in the town’s waters. Pippi Beach which is located at the town’s northernmost tip offers a cool spot for whale watching from July to November.
Other than water sports and fun, Yamba also has gorgeous national parks to explore. There is the Bundjalung and the Yuraygir national parks. These places offer an ideal opportunity to explore nature and see various plant and animal species. The town also has a rich historical and cultural heritage and you can experience them by visiting its museum and lighthouse.
Once every month, the town operates an open market that highlights all the best the town has to offer in terms of marine and farm produce. You will be entertained by live performances as you walk through stalls upon stalls of the best local arts and crafts. So spend you next holiday in Yamba and savour the chance to relax, engage in fun activities and blend in with the locals in their farmer’s market.