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View south from Byron Bay, the most easterly point on mainland Australia.
The North Coast refers to the region adjoining the Pacific Oceanmarker in the north-eastern part of the State of New South Walesmarker, Australia.The North Coast region is traversed by the Pacific Highway and the North Coast Line which links Sydneymarker to Brisbanemarker in Queenslandmarker.The North Coast has a mild, sub-tropical climate.Major towns on the North Coast include Coffs Harbourmarker,Byron Baymarker, Lismoremarker, Ballinamarker, Graftonmarker, Casinomarker, Evans Headmarker and Murwillumbahmarker.The region takes in the local council areas of Richmond Valleymarker, Lismore Citymarker, Ballina Shiremarker, Byron Shiremarker, Coffs Harbour City Councilmarker and Tweed Shiremarker.

The Northern Rivers region is traversed by the Pacific Highway, Bruxner Highway, Summerland Way and the North Coast Line which links Sydneymarker to Brisbanemarker in Queenslandmarker.

Northern Rivers

The Northern Rivers region is a district of the North Coast, being the area between the Pacific Oceanmarker and the eastern escarpment of the Northern Tablelands, a district of the New England region to the west. It includes the valleys of the Clarence Rivermarker, Richmond Rivermarker and Tweed Rivermarker. This area has a sub-tropical climate.

Smaller towns

Smaller towns on the North Coast include:



Regional changes

Railway services to some locations have been suspended to some towns in this region, and considerable agricultural and industrial changes have occurred - for instance Harwood Mill the oldest working sugar mill in northern New South Wales is one of three working mills.

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