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Seelands, NSW

Just west of Grafton is the locality of Seelands. Situated on a big bend in the mighty Clarence River, Seelands is a picturesque rural place that is quite popular with water-skiers and visitors looking for an unspoilt riverside destination.

Come and view the special work of the artisans who have made Seelands their home. Both art galleries are open to the public by appointment.

If you want to explore but don’t want to drive a local 4WD safari tour operator can take you out and show you the unique natural wonders that the Clarence Valley has to offer. Boat and canoe hire are also available.

Want to stay a while? A modern, well-appointed caravan park and a spacious riverside camp grounds offer direct river frontage and boat launching for those wanting to get out on the river or do a spot of fishing.
There is a quaint farmstay for those wanting a real taste of the traditional rural life. The local 4WD tour operator also has homestay accommodation available.

Nearest Airport: Grafton

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About Seelands

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Seelands Postcode: 2460
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -29.6151
  • Longitude: 152.91382
  • Elevation: 29m
  • Population: 420
  • Median Income: $30004
  • Area (Sq/km): 28.417
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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