Mallanganee Memorial Park


A memorial park featuring an entrance consisting of a two-tone brick arch with gates. The left and right pillars each have an honour roll attached. A relief sculpture is set in the wall to the left of the gate. The memorial was dedicated by Lt Col. The Hon. M. F. Bruxner.

Covered eating areas, children’s play facilities, toilets.

The Mallanganee National Park is a short drive from the village and worth a look/drive to it.


Mallanganee & District Centenary

Photographs supplied by John Huth

The monument commemorates the centenary of Mallanganee and District from 1878 to 1978. The structure, which is located in the Memorial park, contains a time capsule to be opened in 2028.


Situated on the peak of the Richmond Range is the spectacular Mallanganee Lookout. Located approximately 40 minutes west of Casino, just off the Bruxner Highway.

Cast your eyes across the canopy of the wondrous Mallanganee Nature Reserve and Cambridge Plateau. On a clear day you can see Mount Warning and across the coastal region to the east. To the west you can see the Great Dividing Range along the horizon, overlooking the village of Mallanganee.

No toilet facilites are here, nearest would be in Mallanganee itself. Funding is being sought for upgrading the picnic shelters/tables, fencing, car park area and better signage. (2020)

Discover the pure beauty of this Heritage area and enjoy the diversity of flora and fauna the Mallanganee Range has to offer.

Also, at the entrance of the Lookout is “Little Cambridge”, a lovely little hidden gem of a great country restaurant. Well worth a visit to sit and enjoy the magnificent views from their verandah. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, call ahead to verify hours, and remember to practice social distancing. Contact them on 02 66645143



R & R Farmstay

Located 50km West of Casino and 85km East of Tenterfield on the Clarence Way (turn off the Bruxner Highway onto the Clarence Way at the Sandilands Rest Area and travel 3.5km North),  R & R Farmstay is a quiet and safe rest stop for travellers. Caravans, RVs, Motor Homes, Buses and Campers are welcome. We have a small number of unpowered drive through sites. A hot shower and toilet is available and pets are welcome but must be kept on leads at all times .

Come and visit the farm animals (alpacas, cattle, mini goats, mini horse & poultry). Bird watching, bush walking, wild life, fire pit, paddock & yards for horses. Mobile reception is good.

Price: $15.00 per night per site

Phone: 0447 090 205

Everson 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 and caravan access plus big rig access. Short stay of 1 day applies. Toilets at the Oval are clean, and there is a hotel and general store nearby.

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 to Toonumbar Dam and continuing on Iron Pot Creek Road and then continuing south onto the Cambridge Plateau Forest Drive. Please note that these roads are often impassable in wet weather so please check the National Parks website for details of road and other closures.

This park is renowned for its gum species, extensive old-growth forest and the World Heritage-listed rainforest of the Cambridge Plateau. These internationally significant rainforests have an outstanding diversity of native plants and animals including many rare and threatened species. One local spotted gum, related to the more common form spotted gum of the New South Wales east coast, is found only in a small area on the range.

Wishsong @ Littlecreek Studio – Mallanganee

A self-contained Tuscan inspired cottage nestled amongst beautiful informal gardens. Located on the Bruxner Highway half way between Lismore and Tenterfield and close to the small village of Mallanganee. Delight in the local birdlife, observe cows quietly grazing or simply relax on the verandah and watch the world go by. Continental Breakfast is provided.

Price Range

$110.00 pn

Mallanganee Hotel

The Mallanganee Hotel opens daily at 11am and closing times vary depending on patronage. The Hotel has accommodation comprising 4 motel-style rooms for your overnight stay in the area. The modern hotel replaces the original wooden hotel that was unfortunately destroyed by fire some years ago. Motorhomes welcome as there are camping facilities available behind the hotel. Powered or unpowered sites available. Meals available 7 days a week, either take-away or dine-in.
Most popular beers are on tap and bistro style meals and freshly made pizzas are available.

The hotel provides accommodation in 4 motel-style rooms per night. Continental breakfast can be provided.

Situated 40 kms West of Casino, just off the Bruxner Highway, Mallanganee is one of the Kyogle Shire’s rainforest gateways. Today, the village is a peaceful haven, well away from crowds and traffic. The village name itself is aboriginal, meaning “Place of Tall Pines”. One and a half hour’s drive from Ballina and one hour from Lismore, the village is set just below the Richmond Range.

Price Range

$50 per room per night. ( 2 persons)

Mallanganee Campground

The campground can be found to the rear of the Mallanganee Hotel in Sandilands Street. Bookings are not required but please contact the Mallanganee Progress Association on 66645266 to obtain key to facilities. Suitable for caravans and motorhomes. A deposit is required for the key and a donation would be appreciated to assist with the upkeep of facilities. Base yourself in one of the small scenic villages of the Kyogle Council and explore the area.