Tourists and adventurers often seek new and interesting places to visit whenever they have the chance to go on personal holidays, and Australia is probably on top of the list of those who know where to go to see and experience the very best things the world can offer. Every corner of this beautiful and amazing country abound with highly interesting places to visit, and most of it, as respectable trip advisors and travel experts would say, are excellent destinations that will surely captivate everyone’s hearts. Australia is characterised by the great outdoors and the outback, and the country’s name has become synonymous with adventure. The Land of Oz has some of the world’s most popular beaches, diving reefs and natural harbors; it has pristine nature parks, uninhabited islands, largely unexplored mountains and old rainforests, it has a distinctive collection of flora and fauna, it offers great food and wine, and other than the great outdoor adventures it offers, this country is also recognised as a global center for arts, culture, sports and events. Australia has everything!
New South Wales is Australia’s most popular state and the most favored tourist destination in the country. It is distinguished by the beautiful coastal cities and towns strewn across the Pacific Highway, a 1,000 kilometer stretch of major scenic routes that traverses the whole Central Coast region. Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and this bustling, ultra-modern city is where you will find global structural icons such as the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Beyond this city are some of the country’s finest tourist destinations; the Blue Mountains, national parks, ancient rainforests, surfing beaches, seaside villages, camping resorts, major holiday cities and towns such as Newcastle, Ballina, Kempsey, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Taree and Gosford, all offering great prospects for rest, recreation and adventurers to tourists. But the true gem of all these places that you will find along the Pacific Highway route in New South Wales is Yamba, Australia’s number one town.
Yamba is a seaside holiday village located in Northern NSW right at the mouth of the largest river on the East Coast of Australia, the Clarence River. It has been voted as “The Best Town in Australia” by the prestigious Australian Traveller Magazine in 2009 and remains as the country’s top tourist town owing to its unique qualities and amazing topographical features. The town offers a relaxed and casual lifestyle with access to all services and comforts that are highly acclaimed by travel experts and advisors.
The yearlong temperate climate of Yamba is said to be the best climate in the world, vouched by scientists from the CSIRO and Stanford University, which makes this town an ideal place to visit anytime of the year. It is surrounded by the Yuraygir National Park and the Clarence River, and faces the Pacific Ocean. Most of its sparkling beaches are uncrowded or deserted, which makes it a great retreat for surfers, beach lovers’ adventurers or to those who are simply looking to have some peace and quiet away from city life. Yamba is has a warm and friendly atmosphere, and the locals are known to be the most welcoming in this part of Australia.
Yamba hospitality is also top-rated, with Yamba Motels offering comfortable living spaces to tourists who are out to explore the wonders of paradise. Yamba accommodations are surprisingly cheap compared to most tourist destinations in New South Wales, and we recommend you to visit the Yamba Sun Motel, a resort-style facility that offers luxurious comforts at the best rates.
We invite you to visit Yamba and see why we are called the best town in Australia. We guarantee you will never be disappointed!
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