Iluka beach is on the northern New South Wales coast. It is in a National Park and is famous for its unspoiled environment and sapphire blue water. It is popular with nature lovers, especially bird watchers.
The beach is 2.5 kilometres long, and the Clarence River exits into the sea at the southern end. The combination of river, rocks and waves makes an interesting surfing spot.
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