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The Nambucca River entrance to the sea
Nambucca Heads is a quaint and tidy coastal towns whose early history was based on ship building. This aspect occuring whilst surrounding areas were being developed for agriculture and timber.
In the town centre it is possible to see dolphins, an octopus and fish emerging from concrete waves of what is possibly the longest sculture in Australia, the Nambucca Mural.
The town also has The Vee Wall Breakwater, a giant outdoor gallery for graffiti artists where visitors are encouraged to leave their messages. There are some spectacular works of art to be seen.
The breakwater also provides large open spaces for small boating, sailboarding, canoeing and safe swimming.
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