ⓘ Nambucca River

Nambucca River

ⓘ Nambucca River

Nambucca River rises below Killiekrankie Mountain on the Dorrigo Plateau, part of the Great Dividing Range, and flows generally east southeast, joined by four tributaries including Taylors Arm, before reaching its mouth at the Tasman Sea of the South Pacific Ocean, at Nambucca Heads. The river descends 594 metres 1.949 ft over its 87 kilometres 54 mi course, adjacent to the towns of Bowraville, Macksville and Nambucca Heads.

In the area of the Nambucca river has a fine subtropical climate, high rainfall and fertile volcanic soils. It was originally covered by tropical forest, much of which was cleared, although some tropical forests remain in several national parks and reserves. The lowlands along the river are used for agriculture.

The nambucca river is transversed by the Pacific highway and North coast railway line, near Macksville.

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