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
Take a trip on a miniature steam or diesel locomotive, winding through the beautiful Jabiru Geneebeinga Wetlands before skirting the Casino golf course. Whilst you enjoy your journey take a free tour at the railway museum, indulging yourself in the history of Casino's railroading past, located at the old Casino station. An afternoon at the mini-rail is great for children's birthday parties or a family get together! Bring a picnic and choose a nice spot to enjoy it by the wetlands or enjoy the covered picnic tables near the North Casino Station. The wetlands are abundant with native wildlife including
Art Aspects Gallery specialises in Northern Rivers artists. The aim of the gallery is not only to support local established and emerging artists, but also to give people from Lismore and the surrounding area the opportunity to buy fine art and gifts from over 50 local artists, with displays changing regularly. For a pleasant cultural experience when you are in Lismore, be sure to visit Art Aspects Gallery: glass art, paintings, bronzes, limited edition prints, sculptures, fabric, art, jewellery, ceramics, porcelain, silk, wood, mosaic, Australiana, metal works, textiles and gifts.