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Bundgeam: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Mount Barney National Park


Mount Barney National Park is a wild, World Heritage-listed park boasting seven rugged mountains and the remains of an ancient volcano. Its cascading creeks and pristine forest habitats preserve many rare plants and vulnerable animal species unique to the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. Its peaks act as a global magnet to highly skilled and adventurous bushwalkers.

For a leisurely visit, drive to Yellow Pinch picnic area and photograph kingfishers swooping over the water. If reasonably fit and equipped, walk in to camp at Cronan Creek (from Yellow Pinch), the Upper Portals (from Cleared Ridge), or the Lower Portals (from Lower Portals carpark). Only skilled hikers should attempt other walks in the park.




Upper Logan Road
Mount Barney, QLD, 4287

Located 21.3K from Bundgeam

Homeleigh


This half day drive takes you through stunning examples of the rural lifestyle, offering views of the Border Ranges National Park as a breathtaking backdrop. There are many opportunities to view the Border Ranges National Park from the left hand side of the road. Other features start to appear as the road turns east offering spectacular view into Horseshoe Creek Valley. Look for Mount Warning (Wollumbin), Mount Nardi, (easily identified with its television towers) and Nimbin Rocks, steeped in Aboriginal legend. While travelling along this drive you may see many species of birds and perhaps the occasional koala.
From Kyogle to Homeleigh Road is sealed road, though the Homeleigh/Sargent's Road Loop is gravel.




Homeleigh Road
Homeleigh, NSW, 2474

Located 23.0K from Bundgeam

Touch The Country Drive


This full day drive takes you through scenic countryside with vast tracts of forest and farmlands where the mountains of the Richmond Range dominate the skyline.

The journey north from Kyogle takes you through villages filled with the history of the timber industry and dairy farming to where the majestic Mt Lindesay fills your view. From the junction of the Mt Lindesay Highway, turn left to Woodenbong. From here, you will travel the Clarence Way through more villages steeped in history and nestled in the shadows of the ever dominant mountains, through forests with their stands of stately Flooded Gums and the song of Bellbirds echoing in the stillness, to magnificent farming country. At the junction of the Bruxner Highway, a left turn will return you through Mallanganee and the Lookout which provides magnificent views of the surrounding area and on to Casino and Kyogle.





Summerland Way
Kyogle, NSW, 2474

Located 24.1K from Bundgeam

Horseshoe Park Pony Rides


Horseshoe Park specialises in kids pony rides, so why not come out and meet the ponies today? If you do not wish to ride, you can brush and feed the ponies or, for older children or adults, trail riding is an option. Bookings are essential.

The Pony Pals program is an interactive program for people with a disability.

Pony parties are also available. For more information, please visit the website.








Lot 3 Wainwrights Road
Horseshoe Creek, NSW, 2474

Located 24.1K from Bundgeam

The Kyogle Community Cinema


After the closure of the Richmond Valley Cinema in March 2011, the Growing Kyogle committee realised what a loss this was to the community and took on the challenge of reopening the cinemas as a community venture.

In February 2012 the cinemas reopened under the management of a committee consisting of interested local residents with support from various local businesses. The Kyogle Community Cinema is a 'Not for Profit' organisation, which means that all profits will be reinvested in promoting the cinema experience for the local community.

New release movies are shown each week.






26 Bloore Street
Kyogle, NSW, 2474

Located 24.3K from Bundgeam

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 25.1K from Bundgeam

Bundgeam: Events

Casino and District Kennel Club Dog Show


Championship Show to be held at Kyogle Showground.

Dogs must be on a leash at all time, any dogs off leash causing a problem will be asked to leave the grounds. All shade tents to be secured by the owners for the safety of others. Please keep the area clean and pick up after yourself and your dogs.

Camping is available.




Summerland Way
Kyogle, NSW, 2474

Located 23.7K from Bundgeam

Bundgeam: Travel Tips

Kyogle Visitor Information Centre


The Kyogle Visitor Information Centre welcomes visitors to the area and provides accurate and relevant information about experiencing the spectacular beauty of the region. Kyogle is a known gateway to the rainforest area of the World Heritage Border Rangers National Park.

The Centre has an exciting range of local products; including aboriginal arts, crafts, merchandise and delicacies available to the public.

Information regarding accommodation, attractions and facilities of the region are also available to visitors. The Centre is surrounded by parklands with lush gardens together with electric barbecue, toilet, disabled toilet and picnic facilities.




Corner of Summerland Way and Anzac Drive
Kyogle, NSW, 2474

Located 24.1K from Bundgeam

Rathdowney Visitor Information Centre


The Rathdowney Visitor Information Centre is located on the Mt Lindesay Highway in Rathdowney.

This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Rathdowney Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans.

The Rathdowney Museum was opened in November 1984. Volunteers from the surrounding districts have put our collection together. There are many displays of artefacts, pictorial displays and historical records of events and family histories.

Over the years,an extensive collection of historical buildings from the district have been added.






82 Mt Lindesay Highway
Rathdowney, QLD, 4287

Located 24.2K from Bundgeam

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