Weather conditions in the Nambucca Valley are usually great—but sometimes it does rain. In most cases the weather clears after a day or two. The following list may give you some ideas on things to do when it is wet.
The Heritage Town of Bowraville – is known as “the Verandah Post Town “as the roofline of many of the buildings overhang the main street footpath. It is possible to keep dry in all except the heaviest downpour.
See the Post Office that sells fabulous antiques and collectables. Frank Partridge VC Military Museum.The Bowra Hotel – built 1912 and restored and to its former glory;  The Bank Gallery & Café –incredible artworks and yummy food; Bowra Folk Museum -thousands of exhibits to touch: catch a performance at the Bowraville Theatre - Ranae’s Choclatique  - to die for chocolates; plus many more art & craft, food, op shops, clubs, and friendly local residents ready for a chat.

At Scotts Head Recreation Reserve it is possible to enjoy a BBQ even in the rain –gas BBQ and picnic tables are under cover on the R side as you drive to the Surf Club.

Nambucca Cinema Centre Nambucca Heads is the place to view the latest releases – 65687599 program info.
As well as the two museums at Bowraville, Mary Boulton’s Pioneer Cottage at Macksville, and the Headland Museum, Nambucca Heads, are great spots to while away a wet afternoon.
Needle crafters can spend hours in The Remnant Basket Macksville admiring quilts and other projects, selecting materials or joining a class, Ph 6568 1829. There are many other craft, antique and collectable shops to discover in Macksville.
The Valley Gym and The Nambucca – Indoor Pool, both are in the Industrial Estate, Nambucca Heads, conduct a range of activities.
Travel further a field to Dorrigo Rainforest Centre where an inactive display guides visitors through different aspects of the World Heritage listed rainforest.
Coffs Harbour has a number of Indoor attractions- Cosmic Bowling ( 6652 5666 ),Rock Climbing (6651 6688 ) The Big Banana (6652 4355 –where you can enjoy alpine fun in the subtropics, The Jungle Bungle  66 50 9600- the ultimate children’s adventure playground, Bunker Cartoon Gallery 6651 7343- AWW2 bunker now houses Australia’s only public cartoon gallery.
If these suggestions haven’t solved the problem of what to do on a wet day might like to borrow a book from the library, hire a DVD or wander along to the local club. It doesn’t rain very often – and the raindrops are unpolluted and warm!