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Aranyani Adventure Tourist Park Casino & District Family History Group Inc. Casino Folk Museum
Casino Miniature Railway & Museum Casino Regional Livestock Exchange Clarence River Canoes
Evans Head Bowling Club Evans Head Deep Sea Fishing Charters Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Association
Evans Head Surf Shack Fire & Stone Sculpture Park Jambama Arts Centre
Lanikai Wildlife Refuge and Camping Ground Paperbark Gallery Platypus Gallery
Roxy Gallery Skate Park and BMX Track Tabulam Races
Toonumbar Waters Retreat Windara Maze, Nursery & Tearooms
Paperbark Gallery
Visitors to Paperbark Gallery will find an array of fine Australian art, calligraphy, furniture, woodwork, pottery, glassware, giftware and a large selection of handcrafted cards. The gallery features the woodworks and calligraphic art by owners Justin and Vanessa Crisp along with 60 artists in many mediums. Open Tuesday to Friday and Sunday 10am-4pm and located in the town’s Arts & Industry Estate, the gallery is a must-see place to visit while in the Richmond Valley.

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Platypus Gallery
Platypus Gallery showcases quality arts and crafts from across the region with an emphasis on providing opportunities for emerging artists in the Richmond Valley. There is always a diverse range of exhibitions and crafts on display and for sale. Drop in and surprise your senses as you discover many treasures from the Valley of Surprises!

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Roxy Gallery
When you’re visiting Kyogle and discovering its rich tapestry of natural wonders, a visit to Roxy Gallery in the main street is a must. The Gallery features a kaleidoscope of talented regional and local artists and art groups in ever-changing exhibitions of mixed media – all year long. The next piece to take pride of place in your own collection could be here!

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Skate Park and BMX Track
The skate park and BMX track offers a great recreational area for both visiting and resident youth. An electric barbeque is located at the park. The Casino BMX Club has an active events calendar and is aiming towards continuing upgrades of the track to the State level of eight lanes.

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Tabulam Races
The Tabulam Races are held evey year the first Saturday after the Melbourne Cup. Come along and take part in this Iconic Race meet!

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Toonumbar Waters Retreat
The magnificent Richmond Range National Park and Cambridge Plateau frame this ideal, secluded destination for business conferences, sporting camps, recreation or simply a welcome escape just 30kms west of Kyogle.
• Fully conference equipped
• Comfortable rooms
• Commercial kitchen
• Inside/outside dining
• Fine golf course
• Flood-lit tennis courts
• Magic cricket pitch and practice nets
• Dense forest and open lawns

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Windara Maze, Nursery & Tearooms
Nursery • Maze • Tea Rooms • Function Centre
Windara is located only 5 minutes from the centre of Casino township. Children will enjoy the maze while adults sit and chat over a delicious morning tea and appreciate the stunning landscaped gardens and purpose-built plant nursery • A-la-carte dining for pre-arranged functions • Air conditioned function centre • Bus Tours welcome

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Aranyani Adventure Tourist Park
Aranyani Bison Adventure Tourist Park is set on 1180 acres in the beautiful Bungawalbin catchment at Myrtle Creek, NSW.

Aranyani is a working American Bison ranch offering visitors one of Australia’s most unique experiences.

Accommodation is five star camping in Native American style tipis or in designated level camping sites that accommodate tents, RVs and caravans.

Aranyani Bison is a great place for school camps and corporate team building events with loads of fun activities.

Bookings essential!


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Casino & District Family History Group Inc.

Are your ancestors from Casino? Are you looking for a missing link ?
The Casino Family History Group can help you discover that missing link.


Whether you are just starting the family tree or trying to fill in the gaps, their vast array of information can help you along your way!


The dedicated volunteers can assist you with your local, Australian and overseas family history research. Local and regional resources include family and locality files, newspapers and indexes, cemetery records, rates and electorate rolls, history books, pioneer registers, maps and much more.


The Casino & District Family History Group is located upstairs in Room 5 of the historical School of Arts Building on the corner of Barker and Walker Streets, Casino.


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Casino Folk Museum
Opening Hours are Monday 10.00am to 12.30pm, Wednesday 12:00pm to 2:30pm, Sunday 10.00am to 12.30pm or open by appointment

You are welcome to call in at The Casino Folk Museum to experience the local history of the Casino District. The museum is run by a group of local people dedicated to ensuring the past is not forgotten. From the pioneering settlers to the present day, all items are preserved for the future.

The Casino and District Historical Society was formed in 1965 with the aim of preserving all aspects of Australian culture, local aboriginal artefacts and implements, tools of trade, furniture, newspapers, photographs, diaries and much more. Group bookings are most welcome and morning tea can be provided at a small cost.


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Casino Miniature Railway & Museum
Open every Sunday: 10am-4pm and public holiday weekends. For special weekend, group bookings or weekday functions please phone.

Take a trip on a miniature steam or diesel locomotive, skirting the golf course, winding through the beautiful Jabiru Geneebeinga Wetlands and enjoying a free visit to the Rail Museum enroute. Great for parties! Excellent picnic facilities!


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Casino Regional Livestock Exchange
The Regional Selling Centre – Visitors welcome
Sales: Wednesdays from 7.30am • most Fridays from 11am
• Enter a world that will awake your senses!
• Feel the adrenalin of the auctioneers’ banter!
• Enjoy the rush over the orchestra of cattle!
• Taste the dust billowing wildly from the pens!
• Breathe the aroma punctuating the air!
• Yarn with the cattlemen perched wryly on the rail!
• Check out the cowboys in their Akubras and boots!
• Dine in the famous saleyards canteen!

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Clarence River Canoes
Do you want to give white water canoeing a try? Clarence River Canoes have all you need to get you started on the water. There are a number of options to chose from, Half Day delight. 3 hours of wilderness adventure, you’ll start with a full safety briefing where you’lll be taught the ins and outs of white water canoeing, then your morning tea (delicious home made treats) is served right there beside the river. Now off down the river, covering around 4kms and encountering grade 1 and 2 rapids along the way. Arriving at the finish point to get transported back to your vehicle in time for lunch Day Tripper Take a day off and enjoy a whole day of white water fun! Adventure, wilderness, rapids and excitement. To start off with you’ll get a full safety briefing so you know exactly what you’re doing, then you will stop for some morning tea on the river bank. Freshly baked goodies with tea and coffee. Now your adventure really begins…You’ll cover 9kms of pristine wilderness, challenged by grade 1 and 2 rapids along the way… You’ll stop along the way to indulge in some delicious lunch, set up for you on the banks of the river. Once we reach the finish point we’ll have another quick bite to eat, jump in the troup carrier and head back to your vehicle. You’ll head home (or you’re home away from home) exhausted but invigorated from your adventure. Weekend Warrior Imagine taking a whole weekend to recharge and reconnect on a wilderness adventure…We’ll start with a safety briefing to cover all aspects of your white water canoe adventure. Then we’ll paddle around 10kms stopping for snacks and lunch along the way. Next up, arriving at the campsite, this is what I call exclusive…No one for miles around. This is wilderness at it’s best. We provide you with state of the art camping equipment, a delicious dinner (and dessert) then it’s time to relax around the campfire. Now we’ll wake up and do it all over again. Once we arrive at our destination, we’ll jump in the waiting troup carrier and return you safe and sound to your vehicle. What an adventure!!!!

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Evans Head Bowling Club
Evans Head Bowling Club features some of the finest Chinese cuisine on the North Coast of NSW. With a vast and delicious menu from this to that, they have it all covered at Evans Head Bowling Club.Evans Head Bowling Club has been recently renovated and has a vast array of exciting facilities and features, including a brand new outdoor area.
Our Club also features:
•Modern bar/bistro area
•TAB and sporting facilities
•Large poker machine area
•Function room facilities
•Professional bowling greens
•World class Chinese cuisine
•Plus much more...

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Evans Head Deep Sea Fishing Charters
Holiday packages of 3 or 5 day fishing adventures including comfortable accommodation riverside in the town of Evans Head, fish freezing facilities, all fish gilled and gutted and all bait and tackle supplied. The boat size suits groups of 10.

For shorter adventures choose your own path in a charter arrangement, or take a single day out on the boat. Ask about afternoon tours allowing you to chase jewfish (weather permitting).

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Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Association
Discover the glory of australian Military glory at the new Evans Head Memorial Aerodrome Heritage Aviation Association where during World War II service men and women trained in the Empire Air Training Scheme before taking off for the distant theatres of Europe and the Pacific. Get up close to real, military and civilian heritage aircraft: World War II Tiger Moth, Korean War MIG15, Mallard fl ying boat and Drifter. Pick up a souvenir of your visit in the museum gift shop or arrange a personalised photo session.

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Evans Head Surf Shack
Evans Head Surf Shack is more than just a great place to base yourself for surfing holiday! The friendly hosts also provide kayaks for casual or package hire, with some packages offering transfer to a tranquil location upriver from where to follow the tide downstream for the ultimate in cruisey paddling.

For the more adventurous, ask about ocean kayaking, surfing classes and tours, or go the whole surf experience and book into the dormitory 'surf shack' for surfing by day and BBQ's on the river by night!

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Fire & Stone Sculpture Park
The Keith Cameron Artworks and Sculpture Park is situated amoung the hills in the scenic valleys of the Upper Clarence. Walk through amazing landscapes and discover artworks large and small in thier carefully selected locations.

Keith's vast workshop is alive with an evolution of transforming creations, crafted individualy to serve for many generations.


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Jambama Arts Centre
The Gallery displays a wide range of original and creative products that express and reflect the local Aboriginal culture and talent ranging from wall paintings to boomerangs, didgeridoos and other artefacts to printmaking. High quality art on display is both modern and traditional and unique to the Casino & district culture.

Visitors to the gallery may be treated to exhibitions while artists are at work in the arts centre behind the gallery.

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Lanikai Wildlife Refuge and Camping Ground
In the heart of the Upper Clarence region, 3 hours south west of Brisbane and 3 hours west of Byron Bay many rivers rush down to form the Clarence River on its long journey to the sea. Experience the fresh air and bushland scents, the vistas of tall trees clothing the ranges away to the horizon.

Some areas of Laniki are accessible by 2WD, more by 4WD but all is accessible by foot, such as our 3km of Clarence River frontage. Here the water holes, linked by rapids are home to platypus and waterbirds, while above Brushtailed Rockwallaby peer down from rocky outcrops.

Our 2km of Pretty Gully Creek, chuckling and gurgling in its narrow rocky bed, passes through eucalypt and rainforest on its way to join the Clarence, this is also walking country.

On the Camp ground a quiet observer may see honeyeaters, lorikeets, Glossy Cockatoo or Yellow Tailed Cockatoo among the Forest Oak, Tallowwood and Banksias. Redneck Wallaby graze by day, Rufous Bettong and Longnosed Bandicoot may visit by night.


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