Ah, a shorter, easier day – yah!
Nestled in a lush dairy and mixed farming area in the Richmond Valley, Kyogle is an art deco gem hidden away amongst the green. After a series of fires in the late 1920, much of the town’s old timber buildings were rebuilt in brick celebrating the art deco architecture which was in its heyday. Today, buildings like the National Parks and Wildlife Building and Summerland Credit Building still proudly display their art deco heritage in a main street surround by green hills.
Today is all about the trees. The route runs right through the glorious forests of the Border Ranges as it winds its way through the Richmond Valley, crossing the Richmond River several times. But there’s even more scenic treats for those who take up the last long option which meanders up the valley following Grady’s Creek along the lower reaches of what becomes the Lions Road.
Friday 8th September 2017
Woodenbong to Kyogle | 60 km
|Watling & Bates||7-9pm|
Local Bluegrass legends Watling & Bates will entertain you with their quirky take on Country favourites and award winning original material.