This beautiful waterfront property is positioned on Yamba’s ever popular canal situated in one of Yamba’s most sought-after areas.
A home away from home, this three-bedroom property has a master bedroom with ensuite, main bathroom and a 3rd shower and toilet located in the laundry off the poolside patio. There is ample room for everyone. There are even two living rooms.
Air conditioning in the open plan living, dining and kitchen area. Sliding doors open out onto both decks for a relaxing evening taking in the vista of the water way, or having an evening dip in the pool. This property hosts its own private pontoon, so moor your boat and relax. Modern furnishings and appliances complete this home. Laundry facilities include washing machine only, no dryer provided.
About the location:
Situated right on the canals leading to Crystal Bay and the Clarence River, fishing and boating is a breeze from this property. However, if lakes are more to your liking, you are only 5 minutes’ drive to Lake Wooloweyah. Or choose from any of our beautiful beaches in Yamba – Lovers Point, Convent Beach, Main Beach, Pippi Beach, Turners and Whiting Beach, or a little further out is Angourie with Green Point, Blue Pools, Spooky’ s Beach and Back Beach.
Park the car and walk to gift stores, boutiques, grocery stores, cafes, bars, and restaurants in Yamba’s Main Street. Take in a meal and entertainment at the Golf or Bowling Clubs. For those rainy or lazy days, you could catch at movie at Yamba Cinema which is located just above the main street in Yamba. If you don’t feel like walking, there are courtesy buses provided and run by both clubs. Additionally, the Yamba Shores Tavern is the perfect spot on the river, for a drink and a bite to eat.
Yamba Shopping Fair is Yamba’s largest shopping centre. This facility includes a Coles, KMART, Reject Shop, Priceline, and other specialty stores. Outside the complex are cafes and takeaway restaurants, as well as other specialty stores servicing the area.
Exploring the wonders of the Clarence Valley is a must whilst you are visiting. Maclean is a short 15-minute drive from Yamba and has wonderful ethnic Scottish elements for visitors to explore, including tartan painted power poles, recipes for traditional Scottish feast displayed in the main street, the Scottish Shop, plus plenty of bagpipes.
Iluka is accessible by car, or you can take the ferry from the end of River St and cruise across to Iluka, and wander up the main street towards cafes, gift stores, the Bowling Club, Sedgers Reef Hotel and the Fisherman’s Co-op.
Major towns of Ballina and Grafton, Byron Bay are within an hour’s drive, with both airports and shopping facilities.
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