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 native birds, animals and plants including the awe-inspiring stands of ancient Antarctic Beech.
There are 10 hotspots around the shire which are great for bird watching including the Border Ranges national park, Harrison Lake ( Geneva, Kyogle) and Moore Park Nature Reserve.
For a more detailed brochure, pop into the Kyogle Visitor Information Centre and pick one up. The Centre is open 7 days a week 9am-4pm.