Backpacking Grafton

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    SUNSET ON THE CLARENCE RIVER: Photo courtesy of Clarence River Tourism
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    ONE OF THE BEAUTIFUL JACARANDA TREE LINED STREETS OF THE TOWN: Photo courtesy of Clarence River Tourism
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    CLARENCE RIVER AT GRAFTON: Photo courtesy of Clarence River Tourism
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Grafton Highlights

  • View the beautiful Jacaranda trees and graceful old buildings, many on which are classified by the National Trust.

  • Experience the Jacaranda Festival during October and November, which celebrates the flowering of the Jacaranda trees and includes music, gardens, boat races, performances and parades.

About Grafton

Population 17,500

Grafton is located on the banks of the Clarence River and is the main commercial hub for the surrounding Clarence Valley. The town is renowned for its Jacaranda trees and graceful old buildings, many on which are classified by the National Trust.

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Clarence River Visitor Information Centre

Corner Spring Street & Pacific Highway
South Grafton, New South Wales
Phone (02 6642 4677
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