The Iluka Nature Reserve is one of a kind and the largest remnant of littoral rainforest in New South Wales. This forest gets water by filtering it through sand, supporting a rich abundance of bird and animal life. Bluff Beach is the best spot for a picnic lunch, so pack some treats and enjoy 360 degree views from the whale watching platform and the spectacular ocean and forest scenery. Pippi Beach is the go-to break for keen surfers, with many popular competitions on throughout the year. The most famous is the Pippi Beach Surf Classic. Time your vacation right and you can sit back and admire the skills of some of Australia's best surfers.
The Shed Gallery offers great insight into the history of the sugar cane industry, with photographs and digital images of the daily life of early pioneer settlers. Learn how they managed the crops entirely by hand, and check out the tools, knives and machinery from the earliest days of the local sugar cane industry.
Wombah Coffee Plantation is the cafe of choice in the region, processing all of their own coffee from berries to roasted beans. Try some of the best home grown Australian coffee, and pick up a couple of bags for your friends back home. Four wheel drivers will love the Bundjalung National Park, where solitary beaches offer the perfect getaway to unwind on your vacation.
Escape to Iluka and be captivated by the charm and character of this relaxing little village. Find and book your Iluka hotel and come enjoy the river and the beaches that this part of the coast is famous for!
Hotels in Iluka start at AU$115 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.