Nature in Lismore
Lismore is a major North Coast commercial, cultural and administrative centre. It's set in undulating country on the north arm of the Richmond River.
Lismore is a major North Coast commercial, cultural and administrative centre Many artists and performers have established themselves in this region, and the town has a rich and invigorating cultural life. This is reflected in the number of galleries, theatres and performing arts spaces in and around Lismore.
Equipped with an array of accommodation and dining options, Lismore is a natural base for wider exploration of the surrounding area, which includes a number of outstanding World Heritage national parks.
Be sure to inspect the treasures in the Richmond River Historical Society Museum, which has an outstanding display of colonial cedar furnishings, Aboriginal artefacts and a collection of historic photographs. Also see the Bora Ring in the village of Wyrallah, a rare example of an Aboriginal ceremonial ring site.
Saturday 30 May 2015
Stars of Lismore - Dance For Cancer Cancer Council NSW will host the fi
Saturday 30 May 2015
John Williamson Honest People - Lismore City Hall The title of John Williamson's
Monday 25 May to Monday 6 July 2015
Life Drawing at Serpentine Gallery Life Drawing at Serpentine Gallery
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.
Couple at Lismore Regional Art Gallery. Image Lismore City Council
Minyon Falls at Nightcap National Park. Image Hamilton Lund
Cycling around the Lismore hinterland. Image David Young, Northern Rivers Tourism