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Tyndale Central, NSW

To the north-bound motorist Tyndale is the first view of the rich green fields of the Australian sugar industry.

Tyndale is a welcome oasis on the busy Pacific Highway, just 9km south of Maclean and 31km north of Grafton. It is a popular overnight stopping point for travellers using the Pacific Highway.

And why not? Tyndale has a motel, caravan park and bed & breakfast all centrally located and a restaurant and Mobil Roadhouse all within walking distance of the accommodation. From your accommodation you are afforded views across the cane farms and the river to Woodford Island.

Just south of Tyndale village, the Coldstream River meets the Clarence. The Coldstream River can be navigated for some kilometres by vessels as large as the local houseboats.

Nearest Airport: Grafton

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