Kyogle Bazaar

The Kyogle Bazaar market, which is held in the Amphitheatre park ( soon to be renamed “Wallis Park”) located behind the Visitor Info Centre, have announced that their summer season market hours will  be 3-7pm (twilight) from October – March, following the results of a recent survey. The first one of these will actually be the upcoming final one for 2018, Sun 23rd December, so come along with all the family for a fun evening of activities, live music and a variety of stalls  for last minute Xmas shopping along with produce etc.

contact Sandi on 0457471583 for further info or future stall bookings, or email bazaar@kyogletogether.com.au

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 Roads as the on-site creek crossing  will not be suitable for all vehicles. The Border Ranges National Park will also be closed for 14 weeks from Tuesday 26th June 2018 with only Sheepstation Creek Campground and associated walking tracks accessible and motorists are also advised that the detour to access this area will not be suitable for caravans and motorhomes.

Shimla Curry House

Curryhouse 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

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 community are happy to say GOODBYE to the load limits and traffic restrictions imposed by the old bridges and to the changed traffic conditions, detours and longer travel times that were an inconvenience during construction and HELLO to a renewed Gradys Creek / Lions Road route improved for locals and travellers alike.
HOORAY!!