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Examiner wants to discover what Yamba means to you

TOMORROW The Daily Examiner will focus on the gorgeous village of Yamba in this week's edition of Discover Your Own Backyard and we are inviting all Clarence Valley residents to share your thoughts, stories and experiences in the seaside community with us in this special feature.

Tell us about your favourite holidays in Yamba, the best beaches to visit, cafes and restaurants to call into, the most tranquil holiday resorts and accommodation facilities to book into and lets not forget about the spectacular scenery.

Did you make a special discovery in Yamba? What do you love the most about Yamba? How often do you visit? What makes Yamba such a great place to spend time in? We want to know. Comments can be posted on The Daily Examiner Facebook page or emailed to emma.pritchard@dailyexaminer.com.au before 5pm today.

Don't be shy, share your best memories with your local community.

We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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