Things To Do


  • Art Deco Walk

    Kyogle, NSW, AustraliaArt Deco Walk

    Price Range Free Self Guided     Tel Kyogle Visitor Information Centre PH.02-66322700 Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

    What is the link between Art Deco, Cars and Speed?

    Speed lines are a feature of the Art Deco style, a style which adopted much from the period when fast cars, fast women, fast lifestyles, cinemas and nightclubs were all the rage. The period had its heyday from 1925 to1940…

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  • The Border Loop

    Lions Road, Kyogle (Lions Road tourist Route)The Border Loop

    Tel 02 6632 2700 Kyogle Visitore Information Centre-open 7 days

    A memorial stone indicates the site where the then Commonwealth Attorney-General Mr. J.G. Latham K.C, in 1926, turned the first sod to begin construction of the rail link to Brisbane. It is significant because it was the first time same gauge railway was laid interstate. It also…

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  • The Historical Walk

    Kyogle, NSWThe Historical Walk

    Tel 02 6632 2700

    The Historical Walk was devised to allow visitors and locals alike to explore the history in the Kyogle Township, by taking part in a guided walk indicating the buildings and landmarks with historical significance, and providing a brief description of the site.

    Take part…

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  • The Kyogle Historical Museum

    Wyangarie St, KyogleThe Kyogle Historical Museum

    Tel 02 6632 1672

    The museum holds a detailed history of Kyogle and District dating back pre 1900’s. An extensive pictorial collection, maps, stories and items of memorabilia display the path of the early selectors and settlers. Whether they were on the land, timber getters, railway workers…

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  • The Lions Road

    The Lions Road 19klms north of Kyogle turn i nto Wilsons ave, at The Risk.The Lions Road

    Tel 02 6632 2700 Kyogle Visitors Info Centre 7 days a week

    Kyogle Council is about to embark on a major project of replacing six wooden bridges along the Grady’s Creek and Lions Road, through the Australian Government Bridge Renewal Program.
    Construction will take place over 3 stages with works beginning…

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