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  1. Lismore Rainforest Botanic Gardens

    The development of Lismore Rainforest Botanic Gardens is an ongoing community project. The site is located on the southern outskirts of Lismore. Over four hectares have been planted with dry, subtropical and riverine...

  2. Wilsons River Experience Walk

    A stroll along the river walkway reveals an outdoor museum unlike any other in the area. Interpretive sites, public art installations, native landscaping, and parkland facilities all link to create a unique setting...

  3. Minyon Loop Walking Track

    Minyon Falls walking track offers the opportunity to experience a range of forests, pristine creeks and a spectacular waterfall in Nightcap National Park. Winding through Nightcap escarpment, in northern NSW, this...

  4. Heritage Park

    Heritage Park is a paradise for kids (and a treat for their parents too!) with lots of cleverly designed play equipment and a wonderful little miniature railway that runs around the park. The train operates on...

  5. Arts, Vintage and Retro Trail

    In Lismore's wide boulevards, side-streets, alleys and arcades you'll find antique, vintage and retro stores that are filled with fabulous and unique collections of old wares, vintage and retro fashions, furniture and...

  6. Tucki Tucki Nature Reserve

    Created in 1958 by a committee of locals caring for koalas this four hectare reserve is dedicated to preserving the local koala population and its habitat. It is located approximately 15 kilometres from Lismore along...

  7. Lismore Tenpin Bowl

    Tenpin bowling, cafe with hot food, indoor playground and an array of amusement machines!Come and bowl in the disco lights and enjoy the atmosphere of the seven video music screens.The indoor...

  8. Rotary Park

    Rotary Park, just three kilometres from the City Centre, is a pocket of around 12 hectares of dry rainforest located on the edge of the plateau that supported the huge expanse of Big Scrub subtropical rainforest...

  9. Blue Knob Hall Gallery and Cafe

    Blue Knob Gallery and Cafe is seven kilometres north of Nimbin and a 30 minute scenic drive from Lismore or Murwillumbah. The Gallery is nestled beneath the sacred landmark of Lillian Rock, next to Blue Knob Mountain....

  10. Horseshoe Park Pony Rides

    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....

  11. Kadina Park

    Kadina Park has a great toddler’s playground, adventure climbing zone, shared bike and walking paths throughout the park . There is also a basketball court and football field for ball games and excellent barbecue,...

  12. Art Aspects Gallery

    Art Aspects Gallery specialises in Northern Rivers artists. The aim of the gallery is not only to support local established and emerging artists, but also to give people from Lismore and the surrounding area the...

  13. Aboriginal Bora Ring

    Aboriginal Bora Ring is one of the several tribal ceremonial grounds in the district and has been fenced and marked with a description board. Ceremonial grounds are very significant to the Aboriginal people and are...

  14. Lismore Regional Gallery

    Lismore Regional Gallery presents energetic and thought provoking exhibitions and events for the enjoyment of locals and visitors. The Lismore Gallery's collection features significant Australian artists such as...

  15. Rocky Creek Dam

    Patient nature lovers may spot a platypus at Rocky Creek Dam. The dam wall is 27 metres high, 187 metres above sea level and, when full, the dam holds 14,000 mega litres of water. The 29 square kilometres of catchment...

  16. Alan Ussher Glassblowing Studio

    Alan Ussher designs, creates and sells beautiful artistic and functional glass art pieces at his glassblowing studio in South Lismore. If you are interested in handcrafted jewellery making and looking for jewellery...

  17. Big Scrub Loop Walking Track

    Big Scrub loop walking track offers the chance to experience some of the most magnificent subtropical rainforest in NSW. Part of Nightcap National Park, near Lismore, it’s a popular track for community and school...

  18. Bar Mountain Lookout

    Bar Mountain lookout in World Heritage-listed Border Ranges National Park offers scenic views out over Warrazambil Wilderness Area.Part of Bar Mountain circuit, this scenic lookout sits atop an escarpment...

  19. Lismore Community Gardens

    Lismore prides itself on its beautiful parks and public spaces. From its well-tended formal gardens to its lush and carefully protected rainforest reserves, you’re sure to find a tranquil space to relax and unwind....

  20. Protesters Falls

    Located in World Heritage Nightcap National Park, Protesters Falls is a must see while exploring the Lismore Hinterland. The easy walk from Terania Creek Picnic Area winds its way through the bangalow palm forest to...

  21. The Back Alley Gallery

    Come and discover the hidden underground street art culture of The Back Alley Gallery in Lismore. The Back Alley Gallery is transforming the laneways of Lismore; you cannot walk down the streets...

  22. The Old Romantic Shack

    This historic saddlers cottage is now The Old Romantic Shack. Please come and browse through their new and old worldly variety of gifts, bricabrac, furniture, bags, lamp shades, china and glassware, clothes, artwork,...

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