This is a collection of guides and recommendations to help you enjoy our beautiful area
Lake Ainsworth at Lennox Head is a perfect place for some sailing or canoeing or a BBQ by the water. Our fabulous hinterland has many waterfalls, walking tracks and wildlife to experience. There are delightful farm, distillery, brewery & plantation tours, mazes to explore and the Crystal Castle, Summerland House Farm and Macadamia Castle all offer a great day out.
If you seek adventure you can try Kite Surfing or tandem hang gliding over our beautiful coastline, horse ride or 4wd on the beach at Seven Mile Beach, Lennox Head or South Ballina. The Ballina coast and hinterland has ample potential to offer you and your family the holiday experience that you want and deserve.
The Alstonville area is an attractive place to live, with a great lifestyle for both families and older residents.
The town has access to several beaches, such as Shelley's Beach, and to historical sites such as the Ballina Manor and the Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum, however its most famous landmark is undoubtedly the 'Big Prawn'.
Byron Bay is a coastal town in the southeastern Australian state of New South Wales. It’s a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving sites. Cape Byron State Conservation Park is on a headland with a lighthouse.
Mullumbimby is an Australian town in the Byron Shire in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. It promotes itself as "The Biggest Little Town in Australia". The town lies at the foot of Mount Chincogan.
Newrybar is one of a series of hamlets bypassed by the highway, forgotten by the railway, and all the better for it. Tiny as it is, Newrybar is famous for its old bakery, which has been converted into a chi-chi restaurant particularly good for breakfast.