Kyogle Country Inn Motel offers luxurious comfort with country hospitality. The perfect weekend escape destination. Our property contains 10 clean, tastefully appointed spacious rooms each enjoying a picturesque outlook onto the rolling Kyogle hillsides.
Ripples on the Creek is the perfect destination for a romantic country getaway Nestled beside the beautiful Gradys Creek our cabins provide you with tranquil surroundings comfort and a touch of luxury When you step onto the deck of the cabin you will find a beautiful private outdoor spa as well as a BBQ and table and chairs Inside there is a well equipped kitchenette modern bathroom air conditioning gas log fire and contemporary rattan furnishings Continental Breakfast Hamper is included in the tariff and contains cereals bread for toast butter spreads milk fresh fruit yoghurt tea, coffee & juice.
The Kyogle Gardens Caravan Park is situated within three minutes walk to the central business district, shops, pubs and clubs.
This is a very shady and friendly park, featuring powered and unpowered sites with concrete pads for both camping and vans.
There are disabled facilities available, and pets are welcome. Make use of the barbecue area, and amenities block with laundry.
Enjoy a day's outing to the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park or take one of the many Tourist Drives in the area.
Just a great place to stay.
Paradise Valley is a great place for some peace and quiet, surrounded by the Border Ranges National Park. Come and enjoy the local fauna and flora, go for a day drive, or just sit around and relax.
Being very isolated, it is definitely a 'bring your own' everything venue. Open fires are available and you can purchase wood or bring your own.
There are powered or unpowered sites. The amenities block has cold showers but flushing toilets. Motorhomes and caravans welcome. The property borders Grady's Creek where there are swimming holes and you might even see a platypus if you are quiet enough.
The Rainforest Gateway Caravan Park is located at the junction of Grady's and Cedargetters Creek on the Lions Road in the Border Ranges of Northern New South Wales, with an abundance of unique bird species, large old growth trees and a strict policy for peace and quiet.
The Park features grassy powered sites, views, access to Grady's Creek with hot showers, basins, flush toilets and laundry. Comfortable holiday units and a cottage also available .
There are powered and unpowered camp sites and an on site caravan. You will need to bring your own sheets and towels (though other bedding is supplied) and because of it's remoteness, bring all of your own food supplies.
Wadeville Woolies (formerly the Border Ranges Centre) offers clean modern amenities, spacious and grassy camping and van sites along with single and double rooms with the spectacular views of the southern edge of the Border Ranges National Park.
Just down the road are the Hanging Rock Falls - a great place for a swim or to just relax and feed the turtles. With all your food and beverage supplies available on site you can breakfast with the wallabies and ducks, visit the National 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.
Dogs under control are welcome and can be left on site during park visits.
The Commercial Hotel has comfortable accommodation, with the upstairs accommodation having undergone a complete refurbishment, offering visitors a range of suites from luxury en suited to budget accommodation.
Their family "Commercial Restaurant", complete with a children's activities area, opens for lunch Tuesday to Sunday, and dinner Monday to Saturday. It is an ideal venue for functions (up to 130 guests).
There is lockable accommodation for motorcycles under the pub. The public bar at the front of the hotel is air-conditioned with full TAB facilities including online, a pool table and a fully complemented modern bar. Watch world sporting events on the large screen televisions with state of the art sound system.
Located on the Summerland Way, the main street of Kyogle, close to the Border Ranges.
Access to public pool, golf course, bowls club, tennis and nearby National Parks.
Experience the lovingly preserved 1920s character that is The Exchange Hotel, a real Australian country pub.
Historically significant, The Exchange Hotel has maintained the 1928 guest house styling with modern comforts, consisting of six single, three twins (two single beds) and three doubles (one double bed only), shared bathroom facilities and a guest lounge area, accommodating a maximum of 18 guests.
Due to bedding configuration in rooms, families with small children may not be able to be accommodated. Please contact direct to discuss your needs. &
#39;The Girl's Kitchen' offers an extensive menu sourced from local Northern Rivers produce and is open for lunch Monday to Saturday and dinner Friday and Saturday nights.
The Exchange Hotel also offers guests large off-street parking with secure parking for motor bikes.
From here there is access to the public swimming pool, golf course, bowls club, tennis and surrounding National Parks.
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.
Lillian Rock is a sacred Aboriginal landmark located next to Blue Knob Mountain and is a scenic 15 minute drive north of Nimbin. When visiting Lillian Rock, stop in and enjoy the local art and food at Blue Knob Gallery and Cafe. Three kilometres from Lillian Rock is the award winning Calurla Chalets with beautiful and secluded cabins that have breathtaking views of Mount Warning and surrounds....
Blue Knob Farmers Market is a weekly market focusing on sustainability, particularly encouraging the growing and buying of local goods. This friendly market features a fabulous range of fruit, veggies, seedlings, wood-fired breads and delicious pastries, as well as local homemade produce. The grain mill is also available to grind your own grains or buy them from the market....
Kyogle is the centre of a lush dairy and mixed farming area on the upper reaches of the Richmond River. As the gateway to the rainforests, natural heritage areas, scenic drives, lookouts, picnic areas and picturesque villages surround it. Visit the World Heritage Border Ranges National Park, Wollumbin (Mount Warning) and many other National Parks for their stunning mountain scenery and rainforests as well as diverse flora and fauna. ...
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.
Explore the fundamentals of Astrology and its fascinating symbolic language from a psychological and soul-centred perspective. Every Wednesday from February 10 to April 30 10am to 1pm.
The many layers of the Horoscope, a guide to wholistic chart reading. Every second Saturday of the month from February 13 until July 2016 10am to 4pm.
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. ...