This tiny reserve is not part of the area of the ‘Big Scrub’ but is all that remains of an area once known as Boyd’s Scrub. Several stands of gallery rainforest, including black bean and silky oak, provide habitat for a large colony of grey-headed flying-foxes and endangered black flying-foxes.

It is the most important example of black bean rainforest in NSW and is just off the Summerland Way near the locality of Old Grevillia, 26klms north of Kyogle.

Moore Park picnic area, at the north end of Moore Park Reserve, is the best place to start any visit to the area. Pack a barbecue lunch and settle down around some tables in the cool shade of the rainforest. The picnic area is surrounded by beautiful scenery at the junction of Findon Creek and Richmond River. You might notice the high ridges of McPherson Range and Border Ranges National Park. Richmond Range begins to rise to the west and south.

You may see groups of grey-headed flying foxes hanging from tree limbs near the picnic area Their natural foods are native fruits and the blossoms and nectar of eucalypts.  Massing together, they make a dramatic spectacle, but be careful not to disturb their camp when it’s occupied. When the bats are in residence, please avoid disturbing them as much as possible. Birds which is may be seen include Brown capped Emerald Dove, Rose-Crowned Fruit Dove, Noisy Pitta, Bared cockatoo-shrike, Golden whistler and the Azure Kingfisher.

Kyogle Bowling Club

Please check with the club if you have any queries, or would like to know what is on the menu, or check out their Facebook page.

The Kyogle Bowlo has lots on offer with something for everyone to do. Being open 7 days a week from 12noon, a variety of activities is now on offer, under its new management. (2021)

Weekly events;

Bingo every Tuesday morning 9.30am for a 10am start.

Happy hour, Tuesdays 3-6pm. Beer Schooners &/or glass house wines – only $5.

Social Darts night- Wednesday 6.30pm for 7pm start. A fun night for all.

Club Lawn bowls- Every Wed & Sat 12.30pm.

Sundays- Free Pool game, all day, Remember club opens 12noon.

Twilight Bowls will start with Daylight savings so check with club.

Bistro is open Thurs-Sat 5.30-8.30pm. Different weekly specials, dine in  and takeaway meal. Check their own facebook page for menus etc.

The club also offers a variety of indoor activities, so best to check out their website or Facebook page.  The Club can cater for Functions with up to 300 Guests. But check with the club, as covid health regulations vary at present. Also check out their facebook page for upto date info on events, menus etc.

Kyogle Golf Club

Entry to Club
Members and Guests who are fully vaccinated can enter the club and are able to dine and drink inside. Masks must be worn at all times inside the club except when seated whilst eating and/or drinking. (Similar to how we were operating before the recent Lockdown) All patrons must sign in using Service NSW QR code and proof of vaccination or medical exemption must be shown when asked for by staff. Failure to apply by the above conditions will result in you being refused entry to the club.
Members and Guests who are not vaccinated can still use the club but only for Takeaways and paying of Green Fees. Masks must be worn at all times
Playing Golf
Fully vaccinated Members and Guests will be permitted to returning to playing in groups of 4 and will be allowed to share carts.
Unvaccinated Members and Guests will still be allowed to play golf but can only do so in groups of 2 and are only permitted 1 person per cart. Groups can be made up on vaccinated and non-vaccinated people but must follow rules set for Unvaccinated patrons (meaning groups of 2, etc).
We look forward to seeing everyone soon, and please be understanding as we adjust to these new restrictions.


Kyogle Golf Club is a 9 green, 18 tee course. The course is reasonably flat and from the highest point has a lovely view back over the township. The course is kept in great condition for a small town golf course. It has 2 par 5’s that are over 500m long and the 4th and 9th tees have great views.

The course par is an average of 70; spread over 68 acres and is 5583 meters in length.

Golf Course hours: Open daily from 8.00 am – 6.00pm
Honesty system for Green Fees applies when Clubhouse is not open.
Ladies Competition day – Wednesday
Veteran’s Competition – Thursday

Daily Social Green fees: 

School Sport: $5.00
Visitor/Non member under 18 $10.00
Visitor/Non member over 18: (9 holes) $15.00
Visitor/Non member over 18: (18 holes) $25.00
Social members $10.00


Kyogle Golf Club is an ideal venue for all forms of  Business or Pleasure Functions.
The open plan clubhouse can cater to large functions as well as small intimate gatherings.
A small stage will accommodate a band and a large dance floor is sure to make
any party a memorable occasion.

Golf Club hours: Monday – Closed
Tuesday – From 4 p.m.
Wednesday – From 1 p.m.
Thursday – From 10 a.m.
Friday – From 4 p.m.
Saturday – From 10.00 a.m.
Sunday – Closed, other than Special & Competition Sundays.


The club also has a family friendly bistro situated inside at the Club with reasonably priced and always a good meal. “The Sassy” is open Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights 5.00- 8.30pm. Dine in or takeaway. Contact 0477 104 490. With new chef Tony Zammit at the  helm, a variety of dishes are now on offer.

Thursday night is Pizza night Only. But check out the Clubs Facebook page, Restaurant for menu options.

Friday nights- Most menu options available. Saturday nights- Pizzas, Pasta and Pastizzi dishes are available.


Kyogle Cinemas

Small local cinema complex with 2 screens. Come and enjoy the latest movies in an air-conditioned environment and enjoy nibbles from the candy bar.
For session times or other info visit or phone the cinema on 66321888. The cinema is open  at various days and  times, so please check their website for current session times and movie programme.
The aim of the owners is to provide the people of Kyogle and district with an entertainment venue and provide employment and training for the town. It’s also hoped the cinema will become a tourist and visitor destination and will help promote local businesses and the area’s many attractions.

February 2020 saw the re-opening of the cinematography museum, now renamed The Australian Cinamatogrphy Museum. The  name reflects the belief that it houses the oldest and most extensive collection of cinema projectors and paraphernalia in Australia. The museum now exhibits more than twice as many 35mm projectors as previously displayed, with plans to further display more of the thousands of items that have been in storage for the past decade. If you have the slightest bit of interest in cinema or anything old, then this is a must to see!.

The cost is $14 per adult and child except for Wednesdays. For group bookings rates, please contact the cinema on 02 66321888

Price Range for the Cinema viewing

All admissions $14

Every Wednesday all seats, all sessions $12



Tabulam Recreation Reserve

Located near the centre of the village you will find Toilet facilities, parkland area, Tennis courts available for public use. Take time out and enjoy this space located along side the Clarence river. Great for picnic stop, enjoy some fishing, or camp overnight.

Woodenbong Golf Club

The course (which has operated since 1936) is open 365 days. The Club is open seven days a week, with meals only on friday nights (unless pre-booked).

Woodenbong District Golf Club is nine-hole golf course in the Kyogle Shire, 10km from the NSW/QLD border. The golf course has a challenging and interesting layout, with separate tees to extend it to 18 holes.

A magnificent scenic outlook of mountain ranges frames the Woodenbong course.

The course is open to golfers every day and has the cheapest fees on the North Coast. As the only licensed club in Woodenbong, the club provides a focal point for the local community with all the usual club facilities, and usually open 7 days a week, but worth ringing and checking, to save disappointment. Woodenbong can be reached from the east via Kyogle, the south via Bonalbo and the west via Tenterfield and Warwick and Beaudesert in the north.


Caters for Functions – 120 Guests

The dining room of ‘The best little golf club on the North Coast’, provides excellent cuisine only on friday night. Friday nights are great nights to meet some of the local characters, dine, socialise and have a go at the raffles. there are different specials available each week.  The staff are also very happy to provide meals, including breakfasts for visiting groups. Just let them know that you are coming.
The veranda provides a relaxing atmosphere to sit and view the picturesque golf course and the spectacular scenery that surrounds it. The club also has on offer other recreational facilities, including darts, pool and pinball machines. Coach tours most welcome. Call the club for more information or let them know you’re on your way. contact 0266351278.

CAMPING & CARAVANING; The club members can arrange a booking for you at the local campground-only 5 mins from the gold course and only $10 per night for a powered site or Campervans most welcome to stay the night in the Club’s carpark.

Trig Point, Fairymount, Walk

A trig point (also known as a Trigonometric Station) typically consists of a black disc on top of four metal legs or concrete pillar, resembling a navigation beacon. It is also accompanied by a metal disc, which is located directly below the center point of the tripod or on top of the pillar itself.

Trig points are generally located at the top of hills or points of prominence in the landscape. Many provide unique views and challenges, with some being difficult to get to.

Located at the top of Fairymount (338m above sea level) other interesting things include an  interesting tower nearby. And there is an old fridge that has been there for 20 odd years. The electrics  from the original antennas must have been  be housed in it to make them weatherproof as these and the UHF antenna have since been relocated from this trig point.

The walk itself is an uneven track, which is no longer 4×4 accessible, and is quite steep in places but well worth the effort to reach the top. There are a few gates to pass through. The walk certainly is a good leg workout. It’s not too far from the carpark located at the Lookout (Captain Cook Memorial Lookout) up Mount St, though. Head up hill through the gate. At any junction, continue to take the uphill track. There are great views out over Kyogle let alone up the Fawcetts Plains valley to the north, plus the Border Ranges National park and Qld border in the distance to the north, whilst walking up. The walk could take about 1hr to get to the top (depending on how fit and energetic you are) and about half that to return, seeing as it is downhill all the way. Make sure you take your camera, water and snacks, and suitable walking  shoes is recommended.


Markets Held around the Kyogle LGA

There is nothing more satisfying that going along to a local market,  and support the locals and help with the local economy.

Kyogle LGA has an assortment of markets held throughout the months or seasons.

** Kyogle Farmers markets.  Held Every Saturday morning, Stratheden St, Kyogle 8am-12noon. Local produce;  Fruit & veg stalls; plus an assortment of other stalls throughout the month which may include crafts, plants, books, cake/biscuit stall. So come along and be surprised.

** Kyogle Bazaar Market. Held the 4th Saturday of each month, at the Amphitheatre Park, behind and around the Visitor Info Centre from 9am-2pm. A huge variety of stalls and live entertainment.

** Bonalbo Markets. Held on the 1st Sunday of each month, at the Bonalbo Hall, adjoining the park from 10am-1pm. Worth the drive to one of our lovely little villages. Lots of other things to see in and around Bonalbo whilst you are there.

** Tabulam Community Markets. Held the 2nd Sunday of each month, in the Hall and surrounding grounds in Barnes st, Tabulam, (behind the Tabulam Co-op) from 9am-2pm.

** Woodenbong Seasonal “Yowie” Markets. As the name suggests Woodenbongs market celebrates our changes of seasons ( hence only 4 a year). Held on the last Saturday of the month at the end of each season in February, May, August, and November. Held at the Woodenbong Public Hall grounds 8am-2pm.


Near the camping grounds, and adjacent to the Memorial baths on Unumgar St (also known as Mt Lindesay Highway) you will find a Skate park, great for the kids, with covered table area. Also a 1/2 Basketball Court, and outdoor gym equipment. All close by with easy parking off the road, a place for all family members to have some fun free outdoor exercise and activity.

OUTDOOR GYMS, Around Kyogle Township

There are 4 Outdoor Gyms located around the Township of Kyogle. This initiative provides free recreational opportunites for all community members and those visiting the area. Each set-up provides state of the art public gym equipment. There are solar lights near each venue, for night time use. Everyone can benefit from physicl activities and these outdoor areas provide opportunites for people to participate in moderate to vigorious intensity physical activities and muscle strengthing.

The outdoor gym in Anzac park is also especially designed for use by those people with mobility issues and those in wheel chairs.

The Gyms can be located in Anzac Park, Cnr Anzac Drive & Wilsons St; Cnr Harrison Dr & Anzac Dr, Geneva (next to the lake); Cnr Boorabee St & Kyogle Rd, Homestead area; and Apex Park, Summerland Way, opposite the Caravan Park. Each Gym area has different equipment.