Dalhousie is situated at the mouth of the Restigouche River as it flows into the Bay of Chaleur at Inch Arran Point.
Dalhousie is among the most beautiful towns in Eastern Canada. The rolling hills and numerous rivers, lakes and streams serve as a drawing card for our town. This is a picturesque coastal community, which has been blessed with beautiful scenery and incredible facilities.
Dalhousie is a culturally rich and diverse community. Its population is made up of three main culture groups: the Micmacs, Acadians and Celtics, and just across the river is the Gaspé Peninsula of the Province of Québec. Our region’s history and culture is well preserved in several museums in Restigouche County.