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Not many locations in Australia are at the centre of three major highways and have a seaport, airport, rail network and a secure water supply - but the Clarence Valley does. Our infrastructure underpins our growing regional economy and sets the foundations for a flourishing business.
The 30,000 megalitre Shannon Creek Dam is located west of Coutts Crossing and 18 kilometres south of Grafton on the NSW north coast.
Owned and operated by Council, the Clarence Valley Regional Airport is located 11km from Grafton and caters for scheduled passenger services, charter traffic and general aviation.
The Port of Yamba, at the mouth of the Clarence River, is Australia’s eastern-most seaport.
Being at the convergence of three major highways offers a substantial locational advantage.Australia’s premier road corridor, the Pacific Hwy is the key road transport network linking the Clarence Valley north to Queensland and south to Sydney. It also forms part of National Route 1, a nationally identified road corridor from Brisbane to Adelaide.The Summerland Wy is an inland network that pro
The Grafton Regional Livestock Selling Centre exists to provide a modern, high quality auction selling centre for the benefit of producers in the Clarence Valley and beyond