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Brays Creek: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Wollumbin-Mount Warning National Park


This park protects the mountain summit of Wollumbin-Mount Warning, an iconic landmark of the Northern Rivers region. The mountain is the remnant central vent of an ancient volcano, and has a dual name. Captain Cook named it Mount Warning, but to the Aboriginal community it is known as Wollumbin. Wollumbin National Park includes the former Mount Warning National Park (both parks were combined in August 2009).

Wollumbin is a sacred place of great significance to the people of the Bundjalung Nation. It is the first place on Australia mainland to be touched by the morning sun. A climb to the summit to watch the dawn of a new day is a must for the adventurous.

Under Bundjalung law, only certain people can climb Wollumbin, so consider choosing to respect their heritage. The track is a steep nine kilometre return trip, with a challenging rock scramble at the end.




Mount Warning Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 9.6K from Brays Creek

Clarrie Hall Dam


Heading west of Murwillumbah, through Uki, and turning south on the Doon Doon Road, takes you to the Clarrie Hall Dam. Built on Doon Doon Creek, a tributary of the Tweed River, Clarrie Hall Dam has a storage capacity of 16,000 mega-litres of water and the primary function of the dam is to provide storage for Tweed Shire's water supply.

Activities permitted on Clarrie Hall Dam include canoeing, boating (electric motor, sail or paddle power only) and fishing. The dam is stocked with Australian Bass and an annual fishing competition is organised and run by the Australian Bass Association.

Clarrie Hall Dam also supports several significant bird species, including the vulnerable comb-crested jacana (Irediparra gallinacea) and the endangered black-necked stork (Ephippiorhynchus asiaticus). The recreation area is perfect for photography, bird watching, nature observation, environmental studies, picnicking and bush walking.





Kyogle Road (via Uki)
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 11.7K from Brays Creek

Crystal Creek Miniatures


Enjoy an hour long fun, informative, hands on walking tour and talk. Over 100 miniature animals are featured in the miniature animal collection on this working stud farm. As well as over 50 miniature horses, you'll see imported miniature zebu cattle, a rare chestnut miniature mule and miniature donkeys. Many of these have been imported from the USA and come in many colours. See them, pat them and you will love them!

Set on the banks of the magnificent Crystal Creek where native fish, tortoises and eels abound, and provide the perfect setting to enjoy morning or afternoon tea and lunch.

Feed the native fish, turtles and eels as you savour their tasty treats, or wander through the plant nursery with a huge selection of rare and native plants at inexpensive prices. See many rare unusual rainforest and exotic trees planted in the grounds.




1004 Numinbah Road
Crystal Creek, NSW, 2484

Located 14.9K from Brays Creek

Shanti Bhavan Retreat Space and Healing Sanctuary


The Shanti Bhavan Retreat Space and Healing Sanctuary is a Bed and Breakfast with independent massage clinic and kahuna bodywork and wood fired sauna. They have organic/vegetarian food. Personalised Retreat packages and airport pick up are available.

Invigorate your mind, body and soul in a region renowned for its myriad of alternative therapies, practitioners and retreats. Find inner peace at a meditation class, take a yoga class, take a walk on a rainforest trail, or explore ways to save the earth.




Creegan Road
Barkers Vale, NSW, 2474

Located 15.3K from Brays Creek

Blue Knob Hall Gallery and Cafe


Blue Knob Gallery and Cafe is seven kilometres north of Nimbin and a 30 minute scenic drive from Lismore or Murwillumbah. The Gallery is nestled beneath the sacred landmark of Lillian Rock, next to Blue Knob Mountain. Blue Knob Hall, built in the 1920s by the local community has been transformed into a modern gallery and cafe/restaurant.

The gallery offers a changing exhibition program throughout the year featuring local and invited artists, photography, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, fibre, installations, glassware, wood and jewellery.

A highlight of the galleries calendar of is the Fibre Show which is an annual exhibition of art created using felting techniques.

The cafe is available for pre-bookings only of 10 or more people from Thursday to Sunday.




719 Blue Knob Road
Lillian Rock, NSW, 2480

Located 16.4K from Brays Creek

Murwillumbah Golf Club


This Northern Rivers country golf course, Murwillumbah Golf Club, is arguably one of the finest in Australia. Close to Wollumbin National Park, the towering mountain peak of Mount Warning is ever-present as you traverse the spectacular layout.

The natural beauty and serenity of the course has to be experienced to be believed and no keen golfer should miss the opportunity to play here.
Murwillumbah Golf Club challenges you to play this 18 hole championship golf course and it is considered a challenge by even the advanced player.

Murwillumbah Golf Club provides two dining experiences when choosing to eat out. The club has both Chinese and Australian cuisine or you can make a takeaway.

This is also a great venue for weddings and celebrations.
There are also regular entertainment events.




233 Byangum Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 18.5K from Brays Creek

Natural Bridge, Springbrook National Park


The Springbrook National Park picturesque Natural Bridge rock formation - once formed by the force of the waterfall over the erosive basalt cave - is easily accessible from the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road car park.

Start the short one kilometre subtropical circuit clockwise and descend through ancient Gondwana rainforest to the Natural Bridge rock arch.

During the day spot paradise riflebirds, green catbirds, wompoo fruit-doves and also rare and threatened species like the cascade tree frog, tusked frog, sooty owl and koala. At night join a guided nocturnal tour to see the resident colony of protected glow-worms and microbats. On summer nights, also see luminous fungi and fireflies.




Nerang-Murwillumbah Road
Springbrook, QLD, 4213

Located 19.1K from Brays Creek

Brays Creek: Events

Uki Buttery Bazaar


Uki Buttery Bazaar runs every third Sunday of the month. Come along and enjoy the wonderful village atmosphere that is Uki. Just a country drive away - 40 minutes from the Gold Coast, less than an hour from Byron Bay. Half the fun is getting there - leave the populace behind, breathe fresh air, and take in the spectacular mountain scenery.

The village Bazaar keeps buzzing all morning. Stay for a scrumptious lunch from one of the 'foodies' or just mellow out under the shade trees, river side with a quality beverage from 'coffee oasis'.

If you're lucky, you can listen to the hillbilly sounds of the local but famous 'Perch Creek Jug Band'. Cruise the trash and treasure bargains, take home a plant or two, and meet the friendly locals. It's a great morning out, but better still, come for the weekend and enjoy Ukitopia - a weekend experience!


Event Dates
2016
      16th Oct
      20th Nov
      18th Dec


1454 Kyogle Road
Uki, NSW, 2484

Located 13.9K from Brays Creek

Blue Knob Farmers Market


Blue Knob Farmers Market is a weekly market focusing on sustainability, particularly encouraging the growing and buying of local goods. This friendly market features a fabulous range of fruit, veggies, seedlings, wood-fired breads and delicious pastries, as well as local homemade produce. The grain mill is also available to grind your own grains or buy them from the market.


Event Dates
2016
      1st Oct
      8th Oct
      15th Oct
      22nd Oct
      29th Oct
      5th Nov
      12th Nov
      19th Nov
      26th Nov
      3rd Dec
      10th Dec
      17th Dec


719 Blue Knob Road
Lillian Rock, NSW, 2480

Located 16.4K from Brays Creek

Astrology for Beginners


Explore the fundamentals of Astrology and its fascinating symbolic language from a psychological and soul-centred perspective. Every Wednesday from February 10 to April 30 10am to 1pm.

The many layers of the Horoscope, a guide to wholistic chart reading. Every second Saturday of the month from February 13 until July 2016 10am to 4pm.







4505 Kyogle Road
Wadeville, NSW, 2474

Located 17.7K from Brays Creek

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