Woombah is a small but growing bushland village in Clarence Valley, New South Wales, Australia.
- Area:70.552 km2
- Elevation:23 m
- Local Government Area:Clarence Valley Council
Woombahis a small but growing bushland village in Clarence Valley, New South Wales, Australia. This hamlet is located to the south of the World Heritage-listed Bundjalung National Park, near the Port of Yamba on Goodwood Island, and 15 minutes from the fishing village of Iluka, New South Wales.
There is a significant Aboriginal site at Woombah, one of five in the Lower Clarence area. The north arm of the Clarence River at Woombah forms the border between the Bundjalung tribe to the north, and the Yaegl peoples to the south.
The first Europeans settled in Woombah in 1830, establishing a timber industry.
# Things to do
Woombah is located on the North Arm of the popular fishing Clarence River. The North Arm of the Clarence River includes flathead, whiting, bream and mud crabs.Local attractions in Woombah also include a coffee plantation which is home to one of the world's southern-most coffee plantations, "Wombah Coffee Plantation". Other attractionsinclude an old school house and a number of artist studio galleries.Woombah is also located adjacent to Bundjalung National Park. Activities include beach walking, fishing, mountain biking and camping.There are two caravan parks located in Woombah:
Woombah Woods Caravan Park
Bimbimbi Riverside Caravan Park.