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Kyogle - Gateway to the Rainforests

Kyogle – Where the sun spends Winter


Kyogle is located 758 km north of Sydney and 184 km south of Brisbane on the Richmond River at the base of Fairymount.


Considered to be the Gateway to the Rainforests, Kyogle is 60 metres above sea level and is surrounded by one of the largest areas of World Heritage Rainforest in NSW (Gondwana Rainforests of Australia).  The region is popular for its comfortable year-round subtropical climate with an average of more than 250 days of sunshine each year and an annual rainfall of 1118 mm.



An authentic country town, Kyogle is home to a strong and creative community boasting its own art gallery. Just a short drive into the hills sees further arts, crafts, sculptures and ceramics abound.  The surrounding villages of Wiangaree, Grevillea and Cawongla also offer enchanting experiences for visitors.


Points of Interest: 

- Border Ranges National Park
- Tooloom Falls
- Tabulum Bridge
- Tooloom National Park
- Richmond Range National Park
- Paddy's Flat tank traps

- Toonumbar Dam
- Mallanganee National Park

- Kyogle Art Deco History

- Roxy Gallery


With a National Parks office and Visitor Information Centre located in town, Kyogle is an ideal base for gathering first-hand touring information.  A good range of retail stores and services means Kyogle is also a handy place to stock up on supplies before heading into the wilderness.


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Kyogle's Many Rainforests


 Border Ranges Spectacular Views