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Places nearby Glenreagh


Glenreagh is located near the southern boundary of the Clarence Valley area, 38 kilometres south of Grafton on the Orara Way. Historically a timber town, many of the original timber dwellings still exist and a number of buildings are heritage listed. The magnificent sandstone ranges of the Orara Valley overlook the town and the Orara River is one of the few coastal rivers in NSW to flow inland. The small community has an art gallery displaying the unique talents of the local artisans, a memorial museum, and an old-fashioned country hotel and cafe making it a great resting stop from travel.

Glenreagh: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Glenreagh Memorial Museum

Glenreagh Memorial Museum is on the main road through the village. The museum was built onto the School of Arts, funded by a Bicentennial grant.

Relics of the gold mining days, the early timber industry and old china pieces are featured.

There is an entertainment corner displaying radios from the 1920s and an early film projector.

On the Saturday of the Glenreagh Markets (first Saturday of each month), the museum is open from 9am. Entry outside of this time is by appointment only.

62 Coramba Street
Glenreagh, NSW, 2450

Located 0.1K from Glenreagh

Woolgoolga Creek Flora Reserve

Large open grassed area and walking tracks in rainforest and Wedding Bells State Forest. Picnic facilities available.

Sherwood Nature Reserve is located west of Woolgoolga and incorporates open forests, heaths and sandstone escarpments.

The reserve stretches in narrow corridors from a rare strip of lowland subtropical rainforest along Woolgoolga Creek to a larger area further north-west that conserves a rugged sandstone range towering over the Orara Valley.

Woolgoolga Creek Road
Woolgoolga, NSW, 2456

Located 18.2K from Glenreagh

Arrawarra-Corindi Beach

The southern end, on Arrawarra Headland Road, provides access to Arrawarra Headland Reserve. The reserve boasts facilities including picnic tables, toilets, beach shower, and a gravel boat ramp.

The northern end (accessible via Beach Road) of Corindi Beach has a local shop, tennis courts and a caravan park. The caravan park has picnic shelters, barbecue facilities, playground area, toilet amenities, and beach showers. Corindi Beach is a great area for surfing, swimming and for snorkelling enthusiasts. There are also great rock pools for the little ones. The beach is patrolled for the summer school holidays.

Arrawarra Beach Road
Arrawarra, NSW, 2456

Located 21.3K from Glenreagh

Woolgoolga Art Gallery

Woolgoolga Art Gallery is a community based gallery run by volunteers. There are regular exhibitions, classes and workshops in a variety of arts and crafts. All exhibition items are for sale.

The Lillipilli Art Exhibition is a major exhibition which has been running for 30 years and attracts a hung range of entries both local and further afield.

Turon Parade
Woolgoolga, NSW, 2456

Located 21.7K from Glenreagh

Woolgoolga Beach

Popular for surfing, fishing, diving and snorkelling, Woolgoolga Beach is home to the Woolgoolga Surf Life Saving Club and is patrolled daily during most of the summer.

Woolgoolga Beach boasts tidal rock platforms which are popular with the children, a boat ramp, beach showers, toilets, and change rooms. The beach is within close proximity to cafes, boutique clothes shops, accommodation, children's playground facilities, electric barbecue areas, and sheltered picnic areas.

Beach Street
Woolgoolga, NSW, 2456

Located 22.1K from Glenreagh

Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Yarrawarra is situated in the homelands of the Garby Elders and the Gumbaynggirr people. Surrounded by tranquil bushland, pristine beaches and abundant wildlife. The Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre boosts a first rate Bush Tucker Cafe, exceptional Indigenous art gallery, cultural programs, accommodation, events centre and Cultural Heritage Research Unit. Special events include Aboriginal art classes, Gumbaynggirr lingo classes, story sessions, dance shows and instruction, clay modelling classes, traditional basket weaving, and tours of Aboriginal sites.

The Wadjar Regional Indigenous Art Gallery showcases the works of regional indigenous artists, artisans, and craftspeople. It is also the home of the Annual Saltwater Freshwater Indigenous Art Award. The gallery features an extensive display of regionally produced traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, books, clothing, CDs and gift ware.

Yarrawarra is located at Corindi Beach, midway between Coffs Harbour and Grafton.

170 Red Rock Road
Corindi Beach, NSW, 2456

Located 22.7K from Glenreagh

Glenreagh: Events

The Village Market Place - Glenreagh

Take a drive into the countryside and experience an old-fashioned village marketplace at Glenreagh on the first Saturday of each month.

Buy locally grown produce, home baked goodies, arts and crafts and find a bargain on the white elephant stalls. Refreshments are available and these under cover markets run in all weather.

Enjoy great food, fantastic entertainment and a fabulous atmosphere.

Event Dates
      5th Nov
      3rd Dec
      7th Jan
      4th Feb
      4th Mar

Coramba Street
Glenreagh, NSW, 2450

Located 0.1K from Glenreagh

Coramba Chamber Music Festival

In the picturesque town of Coramba, a beautiful 15 minute drive through the rolling green hills west of Coffs Harbour, sits a beautiful 102 year old concert hall with perfect acoustics. Wooden floors, high ceilings, picture windows and the sound of birds in the trees outside set the scene for a festival that brings together some of Australia's best classical musicians, to play an outstanding and unique program of seven concerts over three days, in May 2017.

Artistic Director Trish O'Brien with Artistic Advisor and Patron Paul Dean are bringing together their friends and colleagues to delight audiences with an unadulterated and unreserved 'hit list' of their favourite works. Presented by the Coffs Harbour Regional Conservatorium in association with Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, the festival nurtures the young with a strong educational component and delight the senses of all music lovers with the highest professional standard of performance.

Event Dates
      12th May
      13th May
      14th May

Dorrigo Street
Coramba, NSW, 2450

Located 19.1K from Glenreagh


Curryfest celebrates the unique Punjabi heritage of Woolgoolga, immediately obvious from the Sikh temple on the hill as you enter town. For the last ten years thousands have descended on the beachside town to soak up Indian music and dancing and sample curries from all over the world.

The main festival day features over 150 food and market stalls, a special kids zone with rides and entertainment, a mindfulness and meditation zone for those seeking inner peace and two stages of entertainment. As well as main festival day, increasingly lead up and follow on events are encouraging a longer stay.

Event Dates
      24th Sep

Beach Street
Woolgoolga, NSW, 2456

Located 22.5K from Glenreagh

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