The Lower Clarence Arts and Crafts Association’s Once a year Open Arts and Crafts Exhibition will certainly include displays of artwork, patchwork and the art of quilting, creative needlework, fabric and fibre design, jewellery and photography. There will definitely also be a lot of daily demos and crafts stalls. The school snack shop will be […]
The Maclean Twilight Rodeo is a yearly competition that is a terrific family occasion with tons of side attractions for the children. Highlights of the Rodeo include: Bull Riding, which is quick, furious and dangerous – not for the faint hearted. In this event, the rider must hang on with one hand and remain on […]
The Rotary Club of Maclean started The Tour de Woodford in 2008 as a means of bringing the area of the Clarence Valley all together that offered families and people the chance to have a good time with each other, but motivate the more competitive cyclist to pace themselves against their fellow riders on one […]
Maclean is considered the ‘Scottish Town in Australia’ and clans invade the township for the Highland Gathering coming from all around the countryside. Piping competitions occur around the clock at several locations, together with performances with dancers, pipers and singers. A march to the showground of all the participating pipe bands happens and is followed […]
Yuraygir is a water wonderland with isolated beaches, quiet lake systems, and beautiful scenery.
The Gallery specialises in Papua New Guinea modern art.
The Maclean Bicentennial Museum is among very few purpose-built galleries in rural Australia
The legendary Maclean Tartan Power Poles were brought about in the year 2000