Maclean is a small Australian country town situated on the Clarence River 670km north of Sydney. Described as the "Scottish Town" in Australia Maclean has clan tartans lining the power poles in the town. The town has a population of 3,000 people who enjoy a wonderful lifestyle beside the Clarence River. The town has good facilities including an excellent golf course.

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Maclean NSW: Maclean is situated along a ridge with views of the Clarence River. Maclean NSW: Fishing trawlers in dry dock beside the Clarence. Maclean NSW: The mighty Clarence. Maclean NSW: View of the coast from Maclean Lookout. Maclean NSW: The Clarence moves towards the sea. Maclean NSW: Woolithi House in former Bank of NSW Building. Maclean NSW: The road to Yamba runs along the river. Maclean NSW: Part of the main street in Maclean. Maclean NSW: Maclean has a strong Scottish tradition. Maclean NSW: Passing vessels can moor within walking distance of the main town centre. Maclean NSW: The town has lots of cafes and boutique shops. Maclean NSW: Lots of old buildings have been very well preserved. Maclean NSW: Walking dogs on the river embankment. Maclean NSW: The town has a delightful tropical feel. Maclean NSW: Charming weatherboard house. Maclean NSW: The Fishermen's Co-operative serves delicious seafood. Maclean NSW: Chandlery and fuel. Maclean NSW: Sugar cane burning at sunset. Maclean NSW: Sugar can burning at sunset.