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Welcome to the beautiful Clarence Valley and all it has to offer. Whether you’re here on holidays or lucky enough to be a local, our Go See Do edition is your essential events guide throughout the Easter holiday period and throughout Autumn. Packed with ideas to fill in those idle hours, lazy days and cool Autumn nights Go See Do has it all (view our on-line digital version or pick up a free copy from the many distribution points throughout the valley). The Clarence Valley is a place of astonishing beauty and extraordinary cultural diversity. Marine parks, ancient rainforests and thriving rural communities are nourished by vast winding rivers: the largest of these the Clarence. The Clarence is a living link between the rugged highlands of the upper Clarence and the golden beaches that fringe the sparkling Pacific. It winds through deep ravines and broad plains, ancient forests, lush farmland, sleepy villages and 100 charted islands. Over 400kms from source to sea, the Clarence is one of Australia’s largest waterways. You can explore the Clarence and other rivers in your own style, from high-adrenalin white water rafting, canoeing and kayaking to a gentler river cruise. Whilst you’re here take in some of the many Plunge festival events that are on right across the valley. With more than 150 cultural and artistic performances, displays and workshops, there is definitely something for everyone. If art and culture is not your style, spend some time shopping away from the madding crowd or simply relax and refresh at any one of dozens of charming cafés, restaurants or country pubs dotted throughout the valley. Take time out to discover what life is really like in our charming towns and villages. Whatever your style, whatever your mood, there’s no better time to visit the Clarence Valley than Autumn.