About Grafton

Grafton, 630km from Sydney and 340km from Brisbane is home to approximately 17,500 and renowed for the Annual Jacaranda Festival. The town is at the Southern gateway to the Far North Coast.

Birthplace of Sir Earle Page, Australian Prime Minister in 1939.

What’s on offer

Grafton is popular with travellers, a welcomed break on the trip from Sydney to Brisbane. As a gateway to the region it is a great place to base yourself.

For the accommodation availability in Grafton click here

Looking for something to do?

Fish along the Clarence River

Visit the only double decker rail bridge in NSW

Watch the Dragon Boat Races

Visit the local villages of Yamba and Iluka.

Local attractions

Grafton is home to a number of events through the year, and prides itself on sporting endevours in both winter and summer.

As the gateway to the region, Grafton enjoys a number of festivals, cultural events and

December weekend of Rowing

Annual Jacaranda Festival

For more local attractions click here

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