Wadeville Woolies, Wadeville via Kyogle

Overlooking the magnificent World Heritage Border Ranges National Park. Serviced van sites, camping area,  modern amenities block including disabled facilities and laundry, all located on site. General Store and On-site food and bottle shop. Rainforest tours can be arranged.

We offer clean modern amenities, spacious and grassy camping and van sites along with a new backpacker facility with the spectacular views of the southern edge of the Border Ranges National Park. With all your food and beverage supplies available on site you can breakfast with the wallabies and ducks, visit the park during the day and enjoy a fireside meal and perhaps some music with the locals in the evening. Whatever you choose to do you’ll love the park and the people of the area.
General Store. -The store provides all your basic requirements and is open Monday – Saturday 8.00am – 7.00pm, Sunday 9.00am – 7.00pm
Groceries and a full range of all the basics and just about anything else you may need or want including Take-away foo is available. Cooked as you order from fresh ingredients.

Meals—Enjoy a wonderful meal while enjoying the stunning scenery, tranquility and general beauty.

Breakfast from 8am – 11am.

Liquor licence- We have a large range of wine, beer and spirits.
DVD hire is also available from the store.

OTHER FACILITIES. Beautiful undercover area with plenty of tables and benches; or enjoy dappled sun at the tree shaded tables. Glorious wood burners are there to warm you on those cooler days.
A public toilet is available for customers, as is a Public telephone.
Dogs under control are welcome and can be left on site during park visits.

Just down the road is the Hanging Rock Falls – a great place for a swim or to just relax and feed the turtles. Located approx 20km east of Kyogle, and 15klms west of Nimbin on the main road between Kyogle and Murwillumbah.

Further info on our website of enquiries can be directed to email, enquiry@borderrangescentre.com.au.

Hours open Monday – Saturday 8.00am – 7.00pm, Sunday 9.00am – 7.00pm


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 Kyogle follow the signs towards Murwillumbah (veering right at the intersection at the bottom end (nthern)of town), after about 2klms turn right towards Cawongla, then about 3klms turn left into Homeleigh Rd ( at the top of the range). This road then does a loop, becoming Sargents Rd about 1/2 way round, and returns to the main drive towards Cawongla & Murwillumbah. The expansive views to the mountains extending beyond a quiet rural landscape offering visitors a great view of Kyogle country.
If you don’t see a koala your journey will not have been wasted, as the views across to the Border Ranges and the ancient volcanic peaks that created the landscape are impressive.

There is a brochure available from the Kyogle Visitors Information or download here. Centre-open 7 days a week.

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Sundara Retreat -Larnook


You can let go, relax and enjoy the beauty of nature in a tranquil and energising environment. A walk through our large organic garden, where fruit trees are intermixed with flowering shrubs and rare rainforest trees, coffee bushes and herbs, is a unique experience
Although out of the way, it is close to the best attractions on the North Coast. You can visit spectacular National Parks, Mt. Warning (the massive remnant of an ancient volcano), or just drive to the amazing Hanging Rock swimming hole located close by.

Privacy and seclusion make it ideal for a honeymoon get away or personal retreat.


  • Guided tours to the Rainforests, Nimbin and other places of interest
    available for an extra charge (P.O.A.).
  • We offer the best refreshments and mouth-watering vegetarian meals
    for reasonable rates.
  • Comfortable cabin accommodation
  • Enjoy Alternative Living with Solar Power and Ecologically Sustainable practices.

As of Feb 2011, the retreat plan to take guests on a weekly basis but will consider short stays guests as well and have all this info and prices on the booking section on their website. They have increased their nightly rates but weekly are the same. If you would like to de stress, are looking at a place to self heal, be creative with art or writing in a quiet environment, then contact Julie or Govinda at Sundara.

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Contact direct for info or view their website