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Scenic Drive Kyogle

A half day drive through the regions most productive farmland first settled in 1840, experience history, culture and scenic beauty. Commencing in Kyogle you'll head south and on the drive you'll pass the historic Dyrabba Homestead (not open to the public). The drive explores some of the district's best farming land, as you pass through stands of spotted gum with the Richmond Range dominating the skyline to your right.

Passing through the larger town of Casino, you could make a stop at the Jabiru Geneebeinga Wetlands (next to the Golf club), you'll make a small diversion off Summerland Way on the northern end of town, before travelling back towards Kyogle.

Dyraaba Road
Dyraaba Central, NSW, 2470

Located 6.8K from Duck Creek

Clarence River Road Bridge

Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Clarence River Road Bridge.

Completed in 1903, the Tabulam bridge is an early example of a DeBurgh timber truss road bridge. In 1998 it was in good condition.

As a timber truss road bridge, it has strong associations with the expansion of the road network and economic activity throughout NSW, and Ernest DeBurgh, the designer of this type of truss.

DeBurgh trusses were fourth in the five stage design evolution of NSW timber truss road bridges. Designed by Public Works engineer Ernest M. DeBurgh, the DeBurgh truss is an adaptation of the American Pratt truss design. The DeBurgh truss is the first to use significant amounts of steel and iron, and did so in spite of its high cost and the government's historical preference for timber.

Bruxner Highway
Tabulam, NSW, 2469

Located 19.0K from Duck Creek

Tabulam Scenic Drive

The drive starts and finishes on the Bruxner Highway at Tabulam. Being a half day drive, the distance travelled is approximately 55 kilometres, with 25 kilometres being unsealed.

The drive gives you views of the Clarence River and offers a stopover by this river half way through the journey.

Historically Tabulam is the home of the Light Horse Brigade, the Longest Single Span Timber Truss Bridge in Australia (161 metres in length) and Keith Cameron's Gallery where a disused silo has been converted into an imposing viewing tower and gallery and where you can admire his Sculpture walk park. This drive takes you to them all.

You will also travel through Fraser's Cutting, from where you overlook a boulder strewn section of the Clarence River.

Call in to the Kyogle Visitor Information Centre for details of the drive.

Bruxner Highway
Tabulam, NSW, 2469

Located 19.1K from Duck Creek

Tooloom Falls

Swimming possible on the high side of the falls, although some go down on the low side of the falls to swim. Fantastic walks on the other side of the falls. Walk right and immediately right again down the track to the river and walk along the river.

It is a very quiet place now. Once it was full of dirt bike riders but not any more, they are banned from riding in the forest.

The river can be muddy after rain but the area is nice and clean.

Tooloom Falls Road
Urbenville, NSW, 2475

Located 24.2K from Duck Creek

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