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About 70kms along Kyogle Road, on the banks of the Richmond River is the town of Kyogle, home to 4,000 or so people. Like Murwillumbah, Kyogle was originally settled for timber in the early 1800s. Forestry still goes on there today though, along with cattle and dairy farming, according to wherever I copied and pasted that from.

Kyogle is lucky enough to be on the NSW North Coast rail line.


The Kyogle Bazaar occurs on 1st and the 3rd Saturdays of the month. A day out in Kyogle is a country shopping experience, and the main street of Kyogle features great food coffee, music and handcrafted goods.  There is plenty of free parking and the farmers market is also open with fresh home grown produce…

Kyogle Farmers Market can be found at Stratheden Street, Kyogle, every Saturday morning 7am to 12 noon.

The Kyogle Community Market happen at the Kyogle Showgrounds on the 2nd Sunday of the month.

Drive the day-long Lions Road & Border Loop or go West of the Range.

Visit the Kyogle Council website :: or