Grafton Bridge is a bascule bridge which spans the Clarence River in Grafton. The upper level of the bridge supports a two way road for traffic via Bent Street (Summerland Way), and its lower level supports a rail bridge that carries the North Coast railway line, a water main, and footbridges on either side. A…
- Clarence Valley Heritage Conservation Areas
- Clarence Valley Heritage listings
- Community based heritage studies and histories
- Clarence Valley Aboriginal Heritage Study
- Heritage Trails of the Clarence Valley
- Bundjalung – wikipedia article on the Bundjalung people
- Bundjalung Nation – Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Values on the North Coast and within the Upper Clarence – The attached document was prepared from material written by Ron Heron & Bill Walker, with minor additions & alterations by Terry Moody.
- Clarence river – wikipedia article
- Gumbaynggirr – wikipedia article on the Gambbaynggirr people
- History of Gumbaynggirr Nation – prepared by Arrawarra Culture
- Yaygirr language – article prepared by Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-op
A great series of interviews are available at Yamba Oral Histories. For example check out the Ray Black talking about the early days of Yamba’s fishing industry.
See Frozen in Time Gallery’s collection of old Grafton photos.
The Yamba Museum’s website has a great photo galleries.