Nature in Kyogle
Set on the Richmond River at the base of Fairy Mountain, Kyogle is surrounded by spectacular natural beauty, including farmlands and World Heritage-listed rainforest areas. Visit Toonumbar National Park and discover areas rich in Aboriginal history, wildlife, scenic views, as well as an ancient volcano.
Kyogle declares itself Gateway to the Rainforests, and indeed the town is surrounded by many natural heritage areas, scenic drives, lookouts, picnic areas and atmospheric villages.
Two spectacular national parks in the region, Border Ranges National Park and Mount Warning, are known for their stunning mountain scenery and rainforests. Be sure to drive the Lions Road Scenic Drive, a short and scenic route over the McPherson Ranges; explore the Kyogle Botanical Gardens on the banks of Fawcetts Creek and follow scenic touring routes to explore the national parks, rainforests, rivers and heritage towns of the surrounding area.
Sunday 26 April to Saturday 30 January 2016
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Fly into Lismore Regional Airport
Lismore Regional Airport is located 4 km from Lismore town’s centre. Use the car rental or taxi services available at the terminal to make the short trip north. Lismore is also a gateway to Byron Bay, less than an hour’s drive northeast. Rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
Regional Express operates more than 50 direct flights to and from Sydney weekly. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney to travel into Lismore.
View from Captain Cook's Memorial Lookout toward Border Ranges National Park, Kyogle. Image Hamilton Lund
Brindle Creek Walk in the Border Ranges National Park. Image Tweed and Coolangatta Tourism
Lions Road, Border Loop Lookout at Border Ranges National Park. Image Hamilton Lund