Twenty-three year old girl living in Hobart, Tassie. I am in love with nature, music, food and animals so you'll see a lot of that here 🌿 See @chloeoliviad on Instagram for more photos from where I've adventured. 🚐⛰
Published December 13th 2012
Between the towns of Maclean and Grafton in Northern NSW there is a quiet, serene and beautiful little town named Yamba. With a population of 5000, there is plenty of breathing space on one of the many pristine beaches surrounding the land. However the sleepy town in school holidays becomes a playground for all age travellers, so if you need some time to get away this is the perfect place.
On Yamba's 'Pipi Beach', one kilometre from the town's accommodation for visitors, there is a lookout located a quick ten minute walk along the beach. Dolphin Point has 360 degree views of both the beach, surrounding bush land and Yamba's coastline. As you can see from it's name, the wildlife let alone on this beach is worth seeing.
The short bush walk around the lookout flourishes with beautiful flowers, flocks of birds and occasionally the odd snake. The lookout offers a place away from the watchful eyes at the local beaches and gives you your own palm tree, rock to lie against and watch the waves crash against the rocks... from a safe distance of course!