Explore the scenic wonders of the lush, World Heritage-listed rainforests of northern NSW on the meandering Rainforest Way. Uki is just one of the small villages that you'll pass through – it's certainly in one of the most scenic locations.
Uki is a peaceful village located on the Rainforest Way, in the foothills of Mt Warning. Situated on the banks of the Tweed River, Uki has stunning views of Mt Warning from anywhere in town.
The village is a heritage conservation area with historic buildings including the Mt Warning Hotel, the bank building and an old butter factory. Today, the local community is based on dairying but you'll find a good range of accommodation styles to keep you in town. Lodgings vary from B&Bs to eco retreats, forest hideaways and motels. At Clarrie Hall Dam, south of Uki, you'll find picnic facilities and barbecues.
Sunday 17 May to Sunday 17 January 2016
Uki Buttery Bazaar Uki Buttery Bazaar runs every third
Tweed district, Northern Rivers. Image Hamilton Lund
Exploring Mount Warning National Park. Image Sharyn Cairns
Countryside near Uki. Image Hamilton Lund