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Tourist Drive Number 1

NOTE; March 2019-though the area around the Dam is open to day visitors, at present because of dry conditions there is blue/green algae on the dam waters, so NO water activities can be taken part in. No contact with the water either swimming, boating or fishing. Also, at present Bell’s Bay camping ground is closed […]

September 21, 2017

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. […]

Tourist Drive Number 8

Drive through the northern region of the Upper Clarence, an area noted for its cultural significance and complex natural environment. This is a half day circuit drive which can be accessed from the Mt Lindesay Highway. The total distance is approximately 64 km on sealed roads. Much of the complexity of the natural surrounds is […]

Tourist Drive Number 9

This drive starts and finishes on the Bruxner Highway at Tabulam. Being a half day drive, the distance travelled is approximately 55 km with 25 km being unsealed. The drive gives you views of the Clarence River and offers a stopover by this magnificent river half way through the journey. Historically, Tabulam is the home of […]