General information on Kyogle LGA attractions.

Kyogle Council Local Government Area is a lifestyle region.

Visitors are attracted  to Kyogle and the surrounding villages  by the spectacular natural beauty of the area that includes World Heritage-listed National Parks, fertile farmland, and friendly country towns and villages.

You can cross clear rippling creeks and enjoy real coffee in tranquil surrounds, dine on farm-fresh local produce at any number of local cafes, grab a picnic lunch and head out for a day of exploration  in the area’s World Heritage Rainforests, or leisurely recreation at Toonumbar Dam.

Begin a journey of discovery along the scenic Lions Road and visit the historically significant Border Loop Railway Spiral and Tunnels, or you may chose the Touch the Country Drive visiting the villages of Woodenbong and their now famous Yowie Country Markets, historic Urbenville, uniquely Australian Bonalbo and sample bush tucker surrounded by authentic indigenous artwork, or the home of the Australian Light Horse at Tabulam where you can marvel at the longest single span wooden bridge in Australia.

Kyogle has maintained the character of its main street and hidden behind these beautiful façades are a plethora of shops, café’s, galleries, coffee shops and hotels which offer the visitor a uniquely Australian experience.

For more information on the area’s many attractions and events go to the Visit Kyogle website at