Grevillia has a strong sense of community with the focal point being the Gallery. Grevillia has many stories to tell and characters to meet.

Grevillia, named by early surveyors because of the many Silky Oak trees (Grevillea robusta) in the area. The village, 30kms north of Kyogle, enjoys a peaceful existence with remnants of a busy timber industry evident in the buildings remaining from the Munro & Lever Sawmill which dominated village life for many years.

It is nestled into the hills surrounded by the backdrops of the  Border Ranges  and  Toonumbar National Parks. The headwaters section of the Richmond River is located in the area and runs just on the north side of the village.