This charming heritage town is in the centre of the Nambucca Valley and is commonly known as ‘The Verandah Post Town’. Bowraville’s main street is lined with veranda-shaded footpaths, cafes, museums, art galleries and a treasure trove of Indigenous art and culture. The town developed around the timber industry which is responsible for the unique streetscape and architecture of Bowraville. It is beautifully situated within attractive farmland and mountain rainforests.
Bowraville is well known for tourism with attractions such as a folk museum, a war museum, a historic theatre, and other historic buildings.