The Port of Yamba, at the mouth of the Clarence River, is Australia’s eastern-most seaport. It has customs and quarantine classifications, as well as unrestricted port of first entry for overseas imports status.
The main general cargo berth at Goodwood Island is a concrete decked and piled wharf with a maximum concentrated load of 8 tonnes. Its permissible deck load is 2,600 kg/m², and depth alongside is 7 metres. Vessels more than 100m long can be secured at this berth. The wharf is accessible by Goodwood Island Rd, approximately 10km from the Pacific Highway.
Yamba also features major marina infrastructure, with a network of pontoons available along the Clarence at Maclean, Iluka, Ulmarra, South Grafton and Lawrence that cater for both commercial and leisure craft.