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Bexhill Open Air Cathedral


The Bexhill Open Air Cathedral is located at Inspiration Point, Bexhill, and overlooks the Corndale Valley with views of the Nightcap National Park in the distance. The panoramic view from the Open Air Cathedral makes it a popular spot for outdoor weddings or just a quiet place to sit and ponder.

The Bexhill Open Air Cathedral was built by the Bexhill Christian Youth Fellowship and dedicated on Palm Sunday 1958 as a place of Christian worship. The Cathedral has been maintained by the Christian Church for over fifty years, and both the Open Air Cathedral and the Church of the Good Shepherd which is only a few hundred metres down the road, are open to all branches of the Christian Church for weddings, baptisms, funerals and other worship services.

The Bexhill Open Air Cathedral is just 15 minutes from Lismore.




Inspiration Point,
Grace Road
Bexhill, NSW, 2480

Located 4.6K from Tullera

Rocky Creek Dam


Patient nature lovers may spot a platypus at Rocky Creek Dam. The dam wall is 27 metres high, 187 metres above sea level and, when full, the dam holds 14,000 mega litres of water. The 29 square kilometres of catchment area include sections of Nightcap National Park, Whian Whian State Forest and revegetated farmland.

The dam has a platypus viewing platform, elevated boardwalk and pontoon bridge. There are picnic and barbecue facilities with wood supplied, benches, tables and children's play equipment.

Four walks are available, ranging from 1.2 kilometres (20 minutes) to six kilometres (two hours) in length. Water Dragon Walk takes you up the hill to the lookout. Platypus Walk goes alongside Rocky Creek and back across the dam wall. Cedar Walk takes you towards the edges of the Rous Water Rainforest Reserve. Scrub Turkey Walk passes through tall a variety of forest environments.




Nightcap National Range
Dunoon, NSW, 2480

Located 6.5K from Tullera

Wilsons River Experience Walk


A stroll along the river walkway reveals an outdoor museum unlike any other in the area. Interpretive sites, public art installations, native landscaping, and parkland facilities all link to create a unique setting for you to explore the historic, cultural, artistic, and recreational fabric of life along the banks of the Wilson River.

There are three interpretive panels to visit, featured in a series of heritage story sites along the riverbank.

The sites are called 'Galamah - Living Together,' Mirring - River Crossings' and 'Burbang Mah - Gathering Place'.

The Galamah panels tell some of the story of pre/post European settlement, and are installed not far from where the first European settlement was built, near a former permanent campsite of the Widjabul people. The Mirring panels focus on the river and how it has been used by both cultures. The Burbang Mah panels highlight community celebrations through time.




Riverside Park
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 6.7K from Tullera

Serpentine Gallery


Serpentine Gallery is a local artist's initiative dedicated to showcasing the diverse artistic creations of local emerging artists. The gallery supports artists of all mediums and is dedicated to building a strong artist community in the Northern Rivers.

The gallery has approximately 180 artists on their register and supports all styles of art. The gallery has been operating since 2006 and has developed a reputation for displaying emerging artists who are still raw, who are not affected and are freely expressing themselves.

Serpentine Gallery has children's art workshops and activities held on a regular basis and life drawing classes are held every Tuesday and Saturday. For more information on the exhibitions and workshops please call the gallery or visit their website.




17A Bridge Street
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 7.1K from Tullera

Rotary Park


Rotary Park, just three kilometres from the City Centre, is a pocket of around 12 hectares of dry rainforest located on the edge of the plateau that supported the huge expanse of Big Scrub subtropical rainforest.

The park is adapted to seasonally dry conditions and features Hoop Pines and giant Moreton Bay Figs. There are around 254 native plant species within the park, with several listed under the NSW Threatened Species Conservation Act. This dry rainforest patch reinforces the value of conservation and regeneration. Take a short walk through the park to appreciate this important and rare habitat on the fringe of the City Centre that has survived urbanisation.




Rotary Drive
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 7.2K from Tullera

Tullera: Events

Lismore Gemfest


Lismore Gemfest is the biggest annual event in the country devoted to lapidary and allied arts and is organised by the Lismore Gem and Lapidary Club Inc.

Exhibitors come from all parts of the country and range from amateurs to the most experienced professionals. Everything from rough stone for cutting, through to finished jewellery in all price ranges, along with mineral specimens, fossils, gold nuggets and meteorites are to be found on display. There are gem sieving activities for children, demonstrations of jewellery making and other craft activities.

A range of food outlets are available, along with free parking in the Lismore Showground. Visitors from outside of the local area can enjoy special deals for camping on site.

There is something for all ages and tastes at this event. Come once and you just might become a regular.


Event Dates
2017
      20th May
      21st May


Alexandra Parade
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 6.4K from Tullera

Outdoor Leisure Show


In 2017 the Outdoor Leisure Show (formerly 4WD, Caravan, Camping and Marine Show) will be celebrating it's twentieth anniversary.

Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter would like to invite you to celebrate this milestone with them at the Lismore Showgrounds.

Outdoor Leisure Show is for outdoor enthusiasts of all ages, from grey nomads to families buying their first recreational vehicle or camper trailer to young adventurers looking for all the latest gear.

Exhibitors include 4WD and accessories, caravans, motorhomes, fifth wheelers, camper trailers, roof top campers, slide on campers, motor bikes, trail bikes, all terrain vehicles (ATVs), marine, boats, kayaks, camping, fishing, outdoor accessories, mountain bikes, trekking, rock climbing, adventure, holiday destinations, tourism, products and services, food, wine, and breweries.

Entertainment has been increased for the twentieth anniversary celebration and includes a 4WD Experience in the Show Ring; Flair Riders Motor Bike and BMX Show; Flair Action Sports Kids Electric Bikes Come and Try; Base Zero Climbing Wall; reptile display; music and roving entertainment; jumping castles, face painting, and puppet shows.


Event Dates
2017
      7th Jul
      8th Jul
      9th Jul


Alexandra Parade,
Lismore Showgrounds
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 6.4K from Tullera

The Tropical Fruits New Year Festival


Tropical Fruits New Year Festival is the biggest Gay and Lesbian social community event in regional Australia.

The week long Festival is run by over 300 volunteers and based at the Lismore Showgrounds, with satellite events throughout the Lismore CBD.

Main events include: the CBD street parade, NYE party on December 31, Pool Party, Recovery Party and barbecue on January 1. The New Years Eve party, features a spectacular fireworks display, three dance halls, cabaret, caf?, art exhibition, chill spaces, licensed bar and on-site art installations.

Come and explore Lismore and the beautiful Rainbow Region during your stay.





Alexander Parade,
North Lismore
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 6.4K from Tullera

Lismore Organic Market


The Lismore Organic Market is a weekly market committed to providing local organic produce, reducing the carbon footprint.

Stallholders have travelled an average of 20 kilometres rather than at least 1000 kilometres you would expect from most supermarket produce. Enjoy the atmosphere - this toddler/child-friendly market not only supplies you with the freshest vegetables you are likely to find anywhere (except from your own garden), you can also get growing tips as you do your shopping.


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Alexandra Parade
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 6.4K from Tullera

Lismore Farmers Markets


Lismore Farmers Market is a fabulous place in Lismore to purchase fresh fruit and vegetables direct from the growers. There is plenty of parking as well as undercover shopping, kids entertainment including a bouncy castle, coffee, cakes and breakfast to make the shopping experience a pleasant one.

You will find a lovely range of local seasonal fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs, flowers, preserves and jams, plants, meat and seafood.

Lismore Farmers Market is held every Saturday morning.





Alexandra Parade
Lismore, NSW, 2480

Located 6.4K from Tullera

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