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 usually marked with a Bora Ring.

The Bora Ring is a raised platform of dirt arranged in a circle. This Bora Ring which was last used in the 1800s is located 15 kilometres south of Lismore on Wyrallah Road; it is a peaceful place, next to a cemetery with views to Parrots Nest and Blue Knob. For more information, please contact the Lismore Visitor Information Centre.

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