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Sherwood lookout

Toonumbar Forest Road, Roseberry Creek ACT 2474
The Sherwood lookout offers scenic views to Mount Lindesay and the McPherson Ranges and the open spot with a picnic table and barbecue facilities makes for a great time with nature. Though a terrific find all year round, the northerly aspect of the lookout makes it a winter delight.
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Moore Park picnic area

Findon Creek Road, Old Grevillia NSW 2474
Moore Park picnic area, at the north end of Moore Park Reserve, is the best place to start any visit to the area. Pack a barbecue lunch and settle down around some tables in the cool shade of the rainforest.
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Moore Park Nature Reserve

Findon Creek Road, Old Grevillia NSW 2474
Walking into the depths of the subtropical rainforest at Moore Park Nature Reserve gives you an idea of what much of the Northern Rivers region must have been like when it was home to the Githabul people. Now, this is one of the largest remaining stands of black bean and silky oak in the entire area.
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Booyong walking track

Unnamed Road, Lynchs Creek NSW 2474
8.5km (one way) - 5 hour - Medium difficulty If you love oxygen-rich rainforests, then you've got to try Booyong walking track from Sheepstation Creek campground or Forest Tops campground. This long walk is a perfect introduction to the lush world of Border Ranges National Park in northern NSW. Retracing the historic steps of the old loggers, you'll pass thick forests of majestic booyong trees. Look for the ... Visit website for more info
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The Kyogle Community Cinema

26 Bloore Street, Kyogle NSW 2474
After the closure of the Richmond Valley Cinema in March 2011, the Growing Kyogle committee realised what a loss this was to the community and took on the challenge of reopening the cinemas as a community venture. In February 2012 the cinemas reopened under the management of a committee consisting of interested local residents with support from various local businesses. The Kyogle Community Cinema is a 'Not for Profit' organisation, which means that all profits will be reinvested in promoting the cinema experience for the local community. New release movies are shown each week.
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Touch The Country Drive

Summerland Way, Kyogle NSW 2474
This full day drive takes you through scenic countryside with vast tracts of forest and farmlands where the mountains of the Richmond Range dominate the skyline. The journey north from Kyogle takes you through villages filled with the history of the timber industry and dairy farming to where the majestic Mt Lindesay fills your view. From the junction of the Mt Lindesay Highway, turn left to Woodenbong. From here, you will travel the Clarence Way through more villages steeped in history and nestled in the shadows of the ever dominant mountains, through forests with their stands of stately Flooded Gums and the song of Bellbirds echoing in the stillness, to magnificent farming country. At the junction of the Bruxner Highway, a left turn will return you through Mallanganee and the Lookout which provides magnificent views of the surrounding area and on to Casino and Kyogle.
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Red Cedar loop

Red Cedar loop, Brindle Creek Road, Border Ranges NSW 2474
0.75km (return) - 0.5 hour (each way) Go for a wander in the bush through Red Cedar loop and be rewarded with a grand finale. The scenic walking track leads you to the foot of a 48m red cedar tree. It's a sight to behold and possibly 1000 years old. Look for epiphytes growing on the bark, such as bird's nest fern, orchid and staghorn.Cedars often ... Visit website for more info
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Homeleigh

Homeleigh Road, Homeleigh NSW 2474
This half day drive takes you through stunning examples of the rural lifestyle, offering views of the Border Ranges National Park as a breathtaking backdrop. There are many opportunities to view the Border Ranges National Park from the left hand side of the road. Other features start to appear as the road turns east offering spectacular view into Horseshoe Creek Valley. Look for Mount Warning (Wollumbin), Mount Nardi, (easily identified with its television towers) and Nimbin Rocks, steeped in Aboriginal legend. While travelling along this drive you may see many species of birds and perhaps the occasional koala. From Kyogle to Homeleigh Road is sealed road, though the Homeleigh/Sargent's Road Loop is gravel.
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Brindle Creek picnic area

Brindle Creek Road, Border Ranges NSW 2474
Picnic among lush World Heritage-listed rainforest by the banks of Brindle creek at this delightfully shady picnic area. Hitting the park's walking tracks is a great way to stretch your legs or work up an appetite for lunch, and a few of them start from Brindle Creek picnic area. Try the scenic Brindle Creek walking track, a longer walk ... Visit website for more info
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Antarctic Beech picnic area

Brindle Creek Road, Border Ranges NSW 2474
Picnic amongst the dark green canopies and gnarled trunks of ancient Antarctic beech trees at Antarctic Beech picnic area in Border Ranges National Park. This is a great place to stop and rest if you're camping, bushwalking or car touring, as there are picnic tables as well as wood barbecues and toilets. Or, just sit down with a thermos ... Visit website for more info
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Bar Mountain circuit

Bar Mountain circuit, Upper Horseshoe Creek NSW 2474
4km (return) - 3 hour (each way) - Medium difficulty The easy Bar Mountain circuit is a beautiful walk that winds its way down the ridge towards the western escarpment. Starting from Bar Mountain picnic area, you'll be walking beneath towering eucalypt giants on your way to Bar Mountain lookout. At the lookout, you'll be rewarded with panoramic views of Collins creek, exquisite wilderness, Mount Lindesay and Mount Barney, ... Visit website for more info
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Falcorostrum loop walking track

Falcorostrum loop walking track, Upper Horseshoe Creek NSW 2474
0.65km (return) - 0.5 hour (each way) - Easy difficulty Falcorostrum loop walking track winds its way through one of the largest stands of beech in Border Ranges National Park. The best place to see ancient Antarctic beech trees is at the highest accessible point of the park. It is at the same elevation as the summit of Wollumbin/Mount Warning. Some of these trees may even be 2,000 years ... Visit website for more info

Feathers Home Stay

1203 Wiangaree Road, Kyogle NSW 2474
Stay in a beautifully restored country house at the foot of the Border Ranges, just 15 kilometres north of Kyogle. There are two lovely, quiet rooms, both with en suites, and fine linen. There is also a guest lounge room with television, library, cards, board games and CD player and a guest dining room, with tea and coffee making facilities, where there are usually some home made 'somethings' to enjoy with a cuppa. Three course breakfasts are made from locally sourced produce supplemented by their own organic garden. Both rooms have French doors leading onto the wide veranda which overlooks dairy flats and the Border Ranges. Unable to cater for children or pets....

Touch The Country Drive

Summerland Way, Kyogle NSW 2474
This full day drive takes you through scenic countryside with vast tracts of forest and farmlands where the mountains of the Richmond Range dominate the skyline. The journey north from Kyogle takes you through villages filled with the history of the timber industry and dairy farming to where the majestic Mt Lindesay fills your view. From the junction of the Mt Lindesay Highway, turn left to Woodenbong. From here, you will travel the Clarence Way through more villages steeped in history and nestled in the shadows of the ever dominant mountains, through forests with their stands of stately Flooded Gums and the song of Bellbirds echoing in the stillness, to magnificent farming country. At the junction of the Bruxner Highway, a left turn will return you through Mallanganee and the Lookout which provides magnificent views of the surrounding area and on to Casino and Kyogle. ...

Horseshoe Park Pony Rides

Lot 3 Wainwrights Road, Upper Horseshoe Creek NSW 2474
Horseshoe Park specialises in kids pony rides, so why not come out and meet the ponies today? If you do not wish to ride, you can brush and feed the ponies or, for older children or adults, trail riding is an option. Bookings are essential. The Pony Pals program is an interactive program for people with a disability. Pony parties are also available. For more information, please visit the website. ...