Things to do in Clarence Town NSW

We have a vast array of lovely places to visit and things to do right on our doorstop. These are some of our favourites venues and activities in Clarence Town, and surrounding areas.

Stay – Clarries Green, Williams River Holiday Park, Bucketts Way Camp & Stay

Visit – Farmer’s Wife Distillery, Allworth (15 mins from Clarence Town)

Williams River – Enjoy a picnic lunch at the river – Clarence Town Lions Club Park, Durham St

Bushwalks & Hiking trails – Wallaroo National Park, Columbey National Park

Dine – Farmer’s Wife Distillery, Clarence Town Bowling Club, Erringhi Hotel

Coffee – Boatfalls Treasures


Dungog – 20 mins from Clarence Town

Dungog Commons – Mountain bike, bushwalk, trail run, horse riding, nature watching, picnic area

Dowling St – boutique retail shopping

Tinshed Brewery, Meg’s Kitchen, Stella Bistro are just some of the great eateries

Vacy, Paterson, Gresford and Stroud – are lovely rural towns worth a visit. We recommend checking out Visit Dungog for a comprehensive guide of places to stay and visit, and things to do in the Dungog Shire.

Hunter Botanic Gardens – 30 mins from Clarence Town 130 hectares of naturally preserved bushland, volunteer run gardens, including a magical orchid house, rare & endangered plants, extensive Australian plants, palms, succulents and a lovely walking tracks & coffee shop.

Jimmy’s Beach, Hawks Nest – 40 mins from Clarence Town and absolutely stunning!

Port Stephens – 50 mins from Clarence Town

Nelson Bay: Whale watching, dolphin cruises, sand boarding, horse riding, fabulous eateries and much more. Visit Port Stephens See and Do for current tour bookings, accommodation & events – there’s always a lot to do at the Bay.

Port Stephens Koalas : A haven for sick and injured koalas and those in long term rehabilitation. This sanctuary relies on our support and is well worth a visit. You can also stay there! We sponsor beautiful Maree, she has lived at PSK since 2017 and can never be realised. After being hit by a car, Maree suffered severe nerve damage and lost her vision. She is the sweetest girl and we visit her as often as we can. This essential sanctuary relies on donations, please give if you can – Donate and Adopt a Koala today

Oakenvale Wildlife Park, Salt Ash : Set on 25 acres of open bushland, Oakvale Wildlife Park has an endless menagerie of Australian native, domestic farm, and exotic animals. It’s well set out an easy to get around, with lots of opportunities to hand feed free roaming animals.

Medowie – 20 minutes from Clarence Town

We love Medowie Social and Medowie Macadamias

Morpeth – 25 mins from Clarence Town

Boydells is a must and we love the Commercial Hotel

Antique and Old Wares lovers will adore wandering through Morpeth Antique Centre 

Maitland – 30 mins from Clarence Town

Maitland Regional Art Gallery & Serahine Cafe – free entry

Maitland Gaol

Walka Water Works – picnic, bbq, recreation and wildlife reserve – free entry

Wine Country – Pokolbin, Rothbury, Broke and Lovedale – 1 hour from Clarence Town

Australia’s best vineyards and cellar doors. Visit NSW has a comprehensive list of places to stay and visit in the Hunter Valley. Plus, one of our favourite destinations is the Hunter Valley Zoo


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