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There are plenty of things to see and do, both at Ripples on the Creek and also in and around the Kyogle area.
At Ripples on the Creek, you have the choice of simply staying in the comfort of your cabin and relaxing the hours away; or alternatively heading out and exploring all the property has to offer. The creek that meanders its way through the property, offers various attractions for our guests - swimming, fishing, bushwalking, and platypus spotting! There is a hill that you can climb for an early morning or late afternoon walk and you will be rewarded at the top with the view of the glorious landscape. We have a range of birdlife and other wildlife on the property, as well as beautiful gardens to explore.
If you want to head out for some sightseeing, then there is a wide range of places to visit.
AT RIPPLES ON THE CREEK
KYOGLE & SURROUNDS

Kyogle & Surrounds

Enjoy a scenic drive out to Toonumbar Dam, Homeleigh, the Border Ranges National Park, Historic Dyrabba Homestead,  Pretty Gully, Tooloom Falls, Tabulam, or Cambridge Plateau. The Kyogle Visitor Information Centre has ten recommended drives and the details of each can be found at http://www.visitkyogle.com.au/index.php/drives/

Visit the Border Loop lookout where you can watch (if lucky to be there when a train is on the line - you can phone 132 232 to check on train times) as trains come up one valley, pass through the mountain twice to cross the original track thereby gaining 20 metres in height.

Explore the quaint surrounding villages of Kyogle, Wiangaree, Bonalbo, Woodenbong, Grevillia, Cawongla, and Old Bonalbo. Take a drive to the coast and see the sights of Byron Bay, Lennox Head, or Ballina.

Visit the numerous national parks in this region - the Border Ranges National Park, Koorelah National Park, Mebbin National Park, Moore Park Nature Reserve, Mount Warning National Park, Nightcap National Park, Richmond Range National Park, Tooloom National Park, and Toonumbar National Park.

Take some time out with a picnic at our local parks - visit Amphitheatre Parklands, Anzac Park, Apex Park, Captain Cook Memorial Lookout, Dr David Reid Park, Harrison Park, Memorial Park, Memorial Playground – Highfield, Rainforest Walk.

Drive to one of the local markets. For a list of dates when markets are held in the region, please visit: http://www.bigvolcano.com.au/active/markets.htm

For more information regarding more things to see and do in our beautiful region, please visit Kyogle's Visitor Information Centre: http://www.visitkyogle.com.au/