Hello. Welcome to Kyogle

Kyogle Council LGA is lifestyle. Visitors are attracted to Kyogle and the surrounding villages drawn by the spectacular natural beauty of the area that flows with essence of the Australian rural character.

Cross the creek and discover where real coffee is served, dine on French Cuisine with altitude on top of Mallanganee Range, grab a picnic lunch and head out for a day of exploration in our World Heritage Rainforests, or leisurely recreation at Toonumbar Dam. Begin a journey of discovery along the scenic Lions Road and visit the historically significant Border Loop Railway Spiral and Tunnels, or you may chose the Touch the Country Drive visiting the villages of Woodenbong and their now famous Yowie Country Markets, Historic Urbenville, Uniquely Australian Bonalbo and sample Bush Tucker surrounded by authentic indigenous artwork and the home of the Australian Light Horse Tabulam where you can marvel at the longest single span wooden bridge in Australia.

Kyogle has maintained the character of its main street, hidden behind these beautiful façades a plethora of shops; café’s, Gallery’s, coffee shops and hotels offered the visitor a uniquely Australian experience.

What's Newmore news

Dining business changes/closures read more...

 

National park closures in the area read more...

 

Calamia Cottage Collectables read more...

 

Event Management Guide

The Event Management Guide, Event Starter Checklist and Event Management Plan Templates (EMPT) have been prepared to assist people and organisations that become involved in the management of events to navigate their way through some of the many issues involved in organising an event. In particular, those people organising public, outdoor events in New South Wales should find the guide helpful.

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RV FRIENDLY TOWN read more...

 

Kyogle wins gold at National Tidy Towns award read more...

 

Tidy Towns-State Winner-Kyogle read more...

 

New Ritchies IGA Supermarket read more...

 

Dump Point read more...

 

Tabulam Races, November

Great family fun day, prizes for best dressed.  Byron Bay kidz club also available.

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Accommodation

  • Emu Creek Rd, Tabulam

    Emu Creek Extreme Retreat - Tabulam

    1st August, 2010.
    Emu Creek Extreme Retreat is now open again (has been… read more..

  • Woodenbong Camping Ground, Unumgar St (main rd) Woodenbong

    Woodenbong Camping Ground

    Campground (next to the showground) with powered sites on offer, undercover seating… read more..

  • Summerland Way Kyogle

    Kyogle Gardens Caravan Park

    The Park is situated within 3 minutes walk to the CBD, shops, pubs and clubs.read more..

  • Court St Tabulam

    The Tabulam Hotel - Tabulam

    Meals available upon request. Hotel does have 4 rooms. 1 x dble, 3 x twins. Cost… read more..

Tourism Highlights

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  • Welcome to

    Urbenville

    The imposing volcanic plug of Coutts Crown Mountain indicates your arrival into…
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  • Welcome to

    Mallanganee

    Settled in at the foot of the Mallanganee Range, this quiet village is full of…
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  • 5819 Bruxner Highway, Mummulgum

    The Warren

    For good old genuine country service come along and have a break at The Warren at…
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  • Summerland Way, Wiangaree

    Wiangaree General Store - Wiangaree

    Wiangaree General Store is where you treat yourself to a variety of refreshments…
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  • 60-62 Sandilands Rd, Mallanganee

    Wildwest Store

    Pop along to the lovely small village general store which also incorporates the local…
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  • Drive 6

    Touch the Country Drive

    Showcasing the best Kyogle Council LGA has to offer this full day drive encompasses…
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  • Drive 3

    Homeleigh

    This half day drive on mainly sealed roads takes you through stunning examples of…
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  • Drive 5

    Historic Dyraaba Homestead

    A half day drive through the regions most productive farmland first settled in 1840,…
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