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Aboody Park -Wiangaree

A perfect place to take a break this park is adjacent to the historical Wiangarie General Store and has toilets, a sun shade, a children’s playground, seats and tables, BBQ and nearby car parking. It is situated alongside the Summerland Way at the turnoff for the World Heritage Listed Border Ranges National Park. Have a picnic or pick up something from the store after gazing at the […]

September 21, 2017

Amphitheatre Parklands -Kyogle

Take your own picnic or enjoy country home cooked style cafe` cuisine served with lashings of country hospitality at the Kyogle Country Cafe` which ajoins the Kyogle Visitor Information Centre nestled in the picturesque parklands on the banks of Fawcetts Creek. The park area offers covered seating and tables, electric BBQ area which incorporates seating […]

Anzac Park -Kyogle

Anzac Park is located in the centre of town, a block behind the main street on Anzac Drive and near a small lake. At the Park you will find a children’s play area, picnic tables, skate park area, basketball rings/courts, a new BMX track, (with some covered seating) and some outdoor gym equipment (also suitable for those in wheelchairs).  […]

Apex Park -Kyogle

Situated on Summerland Way, opposite the Kyogle Gardens Caravan Park, this park is a nice spot to take a break and has an electric BBQ and covered picnic table as well as a great children’s playground. A pathway leading under the bridge/road will lead you to the Rainforest Walk which traverses around behind the Caravan Park to the Recreation Ground, alongside […]

Art Deco Walk -Kyogle

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 to 1940 and the associated Art […]

Bean Creek Falls Picnic Area -Urbenville

One of the highlights of the area is the drive through the Yabbra State Forest which has some of the most beautiful eucalypt scenery, combined with the glorious sounds of bellbirds ringing in the canopy, that you will find anywhere on the north coast. There are rainforest walks sign posted from the road. A bonus […]

Bird Trails

Being located in eastern Australia, Kyogle is widely regarded as the “Gateway to the Rainforests”, many of which are World Heritage listed. Rolling green countryside gives way to mountains and deep gorges with secluded creeks, waterfalls and spectacular scenery. Extensive rainforests and towering Eucalypt forests provide a variety of habitats for an unusual diversity of […]

Bonalbo Golf Club

Bonalbo Golf Course is a nine hole course winding around the banks of Peacock creek in the Village of Bonalbo in the Upper Clarance Valley. the course comprises four par four holes, four par three holes and a par five hole, giving a nine hole par of 33. with alternate tees on each hole, an […]

Bonalbo Pool

Reopening for 2017/18 season on Friday 22nd September 2017 Opening hours Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays – 2:00pm to 6:00pm Tuesdays – Closed ALL POOLS CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY Season Passes & Discount Books – Woodenbong & Bonalbo (these passes can be used at both Woodenbong & Bonalbo pools but not at […]

Border Ranges National Park


Captain Cook Memorial Lookout -Kyogle

For a great view over Kyogle, the main street and the surrounding rolling hills, this is the place to go. There are no facilities or seating up here, purely stand and enjoy the view to both the north and south. The narrow winding  road up to the lookout, located on Fairy Mount, passes through a residential area […]

Clarence River Canoes

Clarence River Canoes offer one day through to week long trips, along the spectacular rivers of the far north coast.  White water specialists will provide you with an unforgettable adventure experience. Escape to an adventure that will present new and invigorating experiences set in the riverine wilderness of Northern NSW, either along the Clarence River […]

Dr David Reid Park -Kyogle

Located on Summerland Way (just next to the Hospital) this park offers 3 covered seating areas and a small tin plate BBQ. Public toilets (no disability access or toilet) are located about 400metres from the seating towards the railway line. Please note that Riverbend Close is a “no through road” with no turning area for large […]

Everston Park -Mallanganee

Large grassed areas and a large covered eating area. Bins located nearby. Whilst in Mallanganee camping is allowed at the Mallanganee Oval. Pets permitted, Motor home & caravan access plus big rig access. Short stay of 1 day applies. Toilets at the Oval are clean, and there is a pub & general store nearby.

Forestry Park, Urbenville

Adjacent the town’s main street (Urben St) is a forestry park where there are picnic and barbecue facilities and where camping is permitted.

Harrison Park- Geneva, via Kyogle

Located in a quiet residential street, William St ( towards the top end) in Geneva, a suburb to the west of the Kyogle CBD. No amenities block.

History of Kyogle Tour

The tour involves marvelling at the Robotic Dairy Farm at The Risk (the only one of it’s kind on the Northern Rivers) and just 15 minutes north of Kyogle and touring a 1900 Federation house at Back Wiangarie where you will see real “Shaun the Sheep” on a farm. The full day tour will also include […]

Koreelah National Park

Koreelah National Park, in the north of NSW near the Queensland border, protects one of the state’s western-most rainforest areas. Pockets of World Heritage rainforest hug steep slopes below Acacia Plateau and Mount Wilson. There is a camping facility located on a small grassy area beside the Koreela Creek. How to get there—This park is […]

Kyogle Bowling Club

Indoor Bowls, Handicap Bowls, Bingo, and Poker machines. The dining room is open friday and saturday nights 5.30pm-8.30pm. There is an assortment of meals on offer, with a “specials” board which varies. The Club can cater for Functions with up to 300 Guests.

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 on Wed, Thurs, Fri, Sat & Sun, at various times, so please check […]

Kyogle Golf Club

Kyogle Golf Club is a 9 green course with alternate tees for the second 9 holes which change the approaches to fairways and alter par 3’s to 4’s to make the second nine completely different to the first 9 on most holes. The course is reasonably flat and from the highest point has a lovely […]

Kyogle Memorial Baths

A day out at the pool is an enjoyable one for family members. There is a toddlers pool as well as the main pool. Many regional swimming carnivals are held at this facility which also boasts a good covered grand stand.   Price Range <3yo free ; spectators entry (no swimming) $3.00 Family entry 2A […]

Kyogle Mountain Bike Trails

The Kyogle Mountain Bike Club have been busy creating an assortment of tracks towards to end of Yongurra Rd, which is the continuation of Andrew St at the southern end of town. The work has begun on Kyogle’s first family-friendly mountain bike trail network, in Boorabee State Forest just a short drive out of town. […]

Kyogle’s Koala Trail

The Homeleigh Mountain Scenic Drive offers Kyogle District visitors the best opportunity for koala watching. Koala habitat lines much of the roadside verge, supporting a large and well documented koala population. There are ample spots along this picturesque drive to safely pull your car off the road and try your eye at spotting koalas. From […]

Lions Road Open-Hooray

Kyogle Council is happy to announce today, Friday 6th April, that with the completion of McIntosh Bridge, Lions Road IS NOW OPEN. Several years of planning and just over sixteen months of construction work has resulted in the replacement of five bridges on Gradys Creek Road and one bridge on Lions Road. Council and the […]

April 6, 2018

Lynches Creek Road bridgeworks

Please note that bridge replacement work will commence on Lynches Creek Road approximately 9.4km from the Summerland Way on Monday 25 June 2018. Construction is expected to take approximately 4 months and when complete will move to a second bridge on the same road. Council recommends that motorists detour via Grady’s Creek, Simes and Forest […]

June 21, 2018

Mallanganee Memorial Park

Covered eating areas, children’s play facilities. The Mallanganee National Park is a short drive from the village and worth a look/drive to it.

September 21, 2017

Mebbin National Park

Mebbin shares its western boundary with Border Ranges National Park and forms part of the rim of the Mt Warning volcano. Mebbin National Park was created in 1999 and in 2003 the former Wollumbin State Forest was protected as Wollumbin National Park and State Conservation area. This park is near… Murwillumbah (35 km) Best car […]

Memorial Park – Kyogle

Located in the southern end of the CBD on Summerland Way, between the Memorial Swimming Pool and the Post Office this park features a children’s playground, seating and roadside parking. The nearest public toilets are located in Stratheden St (about 500metres away) in the Kyogle Memorial Institute Hall complex.  

Memorial Playground-Highfield Rd, Kyogle

If you wish to get a fantastic northern view of Kyogle and the surrounding hills, this is the spot to stop at. Located on a high residential road (Highfield Rd which is ok if towing a van), the park has a children’s playground, a covered table with bench seating and two strategically placed park benches, where you can sit […]

Moore Park Nature Reserve

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 […]

Mount Warning National Park

World Heritage-listed Mount Warning (Wollumbin) is the remnant central plug of an ancient volcano. Wollumbin is the aboriginal name for the Mt Warning mountain complex. It is a sacred place of great significance to the people of the Bundjalung Nation. It is a traditional place of cultural lore, initiation and spiritual education. The name Mt […]

Norman Johnston Park -Bonalbo

Located in the small village of Bonalbo on Woodenbong Rd. The rest area provides clean toilets and has a large area to exercise pets. Close to all village facilities.  There is also a children’s play ground facility and the park is mainly used as a day rest/picnic area.

Patrick McNamee Anzac Memorial Park-Bonalbo

Situated on the Cnr of Koreelah St and Clarence Way, Bonalbo, next to the district Hall, this is a lovely little park to stop and take a break in. Toilets are located nearby, and there is a café open some day’s in the Community Hall next door. Patrick McNamee ANZAC Memorial Park was established on […]

Richmond Range National Park

Richmond Range National Park is accessed by travelling west from Casino on the Bruxner Highway towards the small village of Mallanganee. Before reaching the village and at the top of the Mallanganee Range a sign post will direct you the National Park. It may also be accessed in dry weather by travelling west from Kyogle […]

Roxy Gallery -Kyogle

When you’re visiting Kyogle and discovering its rich tapestry of natural wonders, a visit to the Roxy gallery in the main street is a must. The Roxy Gallery is a joint initiative between Kyogle Council and Kyogle and District Arts Council. The gallery is operated by volunteers from the Kyogle and District Arts Council and […]

Shimla Curry House

Open Wednesday – Sunday 9.00 am – 9.00 pm The Shimla Curry House offers authentic Indian Cuisine in an alfresco setting. Meals are dine-in or take-away. Burgers, toasties and coffee are also available. Eftpos available Cnr Summerland Way and Anzac Drive (at the rear of the Visitor Information Centre) Ph: 0466234504

May 31, 2018

Tabulam Recreation Reserve

Toilet facilities, parkland area, Tennis court. Located near the centre of the village.

September 21, 2017

Tennis Court -Kyogle

The Court can be found behind Alcorn Park, which is on the right hand side just across The Fawcett’s Creek Barry McPaul Bridge just north of the Visitor Information Centre. Court Hire Monday-Friday 9am-4pm.  Collect the key at Gateway Office Supplies, 131 Summerland Way ( cnr Stratheden St) Ph. 02 66 32 1877, or of […]

The Border Loop

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 included a major engineering feat, which involved building […]

The Kyogle Historical Museum

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 or town’s business people, their story is told here. The museum situated […]

Tooloom National Park

Tooloom National Park encompasses the Tooloom Scrub, which is listed as part of the World Heritage ‘Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia’. Tooloom takes its name from the nearby local landmark of Tooloom Falls. The aboriginal word for Tooloom is ‘Dooloomi’, which means headlice and relates to the aboriginal story of the falls. Tooloom Falls […]

Toonumbar National Park

Toonumbar National Park is located in the Richmond Range and contains two World Heritage listed rain forests, the Murray Scrub and the Dome Mountain Forest. The region is noted for its unique and complex natural environment which protects several species of threatened plants and animals. Afterlee Road from Kyogle provides the most reliable access for […]

Tourist Drive Number 1

On the northern end of Kyogle, turn into Anzac Drive at the Visitor Information Centre and continue for 33 km on all sealed road to Toonumbar Dam.  The Dam offers picnic facilities, bush walking, bird watching, boating and fishing. A NSW Fishing Licence, which is available at the Kyogle Visitor Information Centre, is required. Toonumbar Dam is […]

Tourist Drive Number 10

Begin your journey of discovery in the quaint village of Mallanganee. This is a half day circuit drive with a total distance of 77 km of which approx 47 km is gravel road suitable for 2 wheel drive vehicles with reasonable clearance. Pack a picnic basket, as you will travel through National Parks, forest and beautiful countryside […]

Tourist Drive Number 2

Hooray- Kyogle Council is happy to announce on Friday 6th April that with the completion of McIntosh Bridge, Lions Road IS NOW OPEN. Several years of planning and just over sixteen months of construction work has resulted in the replacement of five bridges on Gradys Creek Road and one bridge on Lions Road. Council and […]

Tourist Drive Number 3

This half day drive on mainly sealed roads takes you through stunning examples of our rural countryside with the Border Ranges National Park as a breathtaking backdrop. There are many opportunities to view the Border Ranges National Park from the left hand side of the road. As the road turns spectacular views into Horseshoe Creek Valley appear as […]

Tourist Drive Number 4

ATTENTION: CLOSURE OF EASTERN ENTRANCE The eastern entrance to the Border Ranges National Park at Barkers Vale is closed. All areas of the Park are accessible, including camping areas, picnic areas, lookouts and walking tracks but ACCESS IS VIA WIANGAREE ONLY. It is not known as at present when the Eastern entrance will re-open. Experience the […]

Tourist Drive Number 6

Showcasing the best Kyogle Council LGA has to offer this full day drive encompasses scenic rural countryside and magnificent forest. Visit historical villages, waterfalls and sites of cultural significance surrounded by mountainous remnants of ancient volcanic activity. Download Brochure

Tourist Drive Number 7

The historic Upper Clarence Valley is naturally, culturally and historically significant. This tourist drive is a total of 131 km of which 45 km is unsealed but suitable for vehicles which have reasonable clearance. Allow a full day for this drive which commences at Tabulam and ends either back in Tabulam or onto the Bruxner Highway. […]