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Williams River Holiday Park

98 Durham Street, Clarence Town NSW 2321
Williams River Holiday Park is a camping spot right on the river. This is a peaceful setting and the natural landscape is very beautiful. Also situated at the park are on site, air-conditioned cabins catering for up to six persons. There are powered and non-powered campsites and access for RVs up to 10 metres in length, a waste dump point, and access for swimming and fishing in the fresh water of the Williams River. The park features modern amenities, with a guest laundry, barbecue area and adjoining reserve where the children can play. They are situated at Clarence Town on the Williams River in the Hunter Valley just north of Newcastle (45 minutes) and 2.5 driving hours north of Sydney. From Clarence Town it is 49 kilometres to Chichester Dam, and 22 kilometres to Dungog....

Clarence Town and District Historical Museum Association

Corner Grey Street and Prince Street, Clarence Town NSW 2321
A former courthouse building (1869) is the site of a local history museum which focuses on Clarence Town as a terminal of navigation and river port. Its collection encompasses shipbuilding, exploration, maps, documents photographs, memorabilia, household items, timber-getting, agriculture and the history of the settlement of Williams River. In addition to the above, a native cottage garden is in the process of being established, together with a replica pioneer settlers cottage about to be constructed, materials on site, containing names, photographs (where available), and information on Pioneer Settlers; all surrounded by native trees. In this manner there will be provided a background to Clarence Town's heritage and a support to the Historical Museum....

Clarence Town Markets

Corner Prince Street and Durham Street, Clarence Town NSW 2321
Clarence Town Markets are held on the last Saturday of the month (except December) from 9am to 1pm. The markets are located in a beautiful little country town and they love seeing people come to visit. There are an average of 35 stalls per month, with a huge variety of stall holders. Stall sites (three metres by three metres) are available....

Clarence Town

Clarence Town, Clarence Town NSW 2321
The area which became known as Clarence Town was first settled by white settlers following the visit of Lieutenant Colonel Paterson who travelled up the river now known as the Williams' River in 1801. The area was originally known as 'Erringhi' ('place of wild duck' in the local dialect) but the name was changed to Clarence Town in 1832 after the Duke of Clarence, who in 1883 became King William the fourth. The ship building industry began to grow, as timber in the area was plentiful. Many ocean going vessels were loaded with timber for destinations in many parts of the world. Many historic buildings still remain but the main attraction of town is the Williams River. Its wide banks and calm conditions make it popular with water-skiers. Visitors can camp at the Williams River Caravan Park or stay at the Erringhi Hotel with great country meals....
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Erringhi Hotel

21 Grey St, Clarence Town NSW 2321
Erringhi Hotel and bottleshop is a friendly and relaxed pub in Clarence Town. Along with our icy-cold beer, you’ll enjoy our bistro lunches and dinners.If you’re looking for affordable, comfy accommodation less than an hour from Port Stephens, contact the Erringhi Hotel.