The Northern Rivers stretches from the mighty Clarence River up to Tweed Heads on the Queensland border and out to the foothills of the Great Dividing Range. Discover the endless stretch of Pacific Coast beaches that gave birth to the Australian surfing legend, lush rolling countryside dotted with quaint and quirky townships, rugged cattle country, mystical rainforests and deep river gorges disappearing up into the mountains. Offering diverse holiday experiences, you can laze on a sun-drenched beach, go bushwalking through pristine rainforests, explore picturesque scenery along winding country roads, hunt for antiques and quirky treasures at sleepy villages and country
Lennox Head was declared a National Surfing Reserve in February 2007, the third site in Australia to be recognised for its significance to recreational surfing and the largest in Australia, it runs 7.2 kilometres from the Surf Club south to Flat Rock. Endlessly photographed, filmed and fawned over, the right-hand point-break at Lennox Head is one of Australia's most famous waves. The Lennox Head point break is beautiful to look at but powerful, and to ride it you need to find space among dozens of red-hot local surfers, so it's not the place for beginners. It breaks onto sand, but
Glenreagh Mountain Railway Inc. provides a museum display of heritage railway equipment and memorabilia at its Glenreagh Depot, with particular emphasis on the railways of the North Coast of New South Wales. The museum is generally open every Tuesday. Glenreagh Mountain Railway Inc. is a not for profit community based association run entirely by volunteers with its mission the restoration of its 35 kilometre railway line from Glenreagh to Ulong and its heritage rolling stock, and the operation of a heritage steam tourist railway on the GMR owned section of the Glenreagh-Dorrigo line.