Lismore, New South Wales

The networks and the channels they currently broadcast are listed as follows:. Only if it's very hot, says WHO agency Wonder why we use thermometers ensure you get a consistently good coffee every time, served at the optimal temperature? Lismore is a 2. There are antiques and old wares, secondhand books and sheet music, retro and curio stores. Driving time from Lismore and return with no stops is approximately an hour and a half. A stroll along the river walkway reveals an outdoor museum with interpretive sites, public art installations, native landscaping and parkland facilities all linking to create a unique setting for you to explore the historic, cultural, artistic and recreational fabric of life along the banks of the Wilsons River.

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Wilsons River reached Lismore is often hit by severe storms in spring and summer. For example, there was a severe hailstorm on 9 October A tornado is an extreme rarity, but later that same month one struck nearby Dunoon. It was captured on video as it hit an electrical transformer station there. According to the census of Population, there were 27, people in Lismore. The Northern Star is a tabloid newspaper based in Lismore.

Both are run by Broadcast Operations Group. The community radio station is River FM Other radio stations are JJJ All major television Network channels are available in Lismore and in the general Northern Rivers region. The networks and the channels they currently broadcast are listed as follows:. Subscription television services are provided by Austar. The Norco Co-operative has its headquarters in Lismore. The main campus of Southern Cross University is in Lismore. Lismore formed a sister city relationship with the Japanese city of Yamatotakada in Nara Prefecture in The first such relationship established between Australia and Japan, it was initiated by Lismore-born Marist priest and writer Paul Glynn.

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Protect what's important to you. Sold by agency unknown. Sold For sale For rent. Local school catchments All Primary Secondary Private. North Coast National Lismore Show One of the biggest agricultural events in regional Australia featuring agricultural and industrial exhibitions, rodeo, circus, music and ring events, sideshow alley and heaps of fun for the whole family. The licensed events encompass an evening of fine food, wines and stunning entertainment that has developed into sell-out shows over many years.

Bangalow Market Bangalow Showgrounds, Bangalow. Dotted throughout the of the region are tiny, postcard-perfect villages just waiting to be explored.

There are some beautiful examples of federation houses and fine, early Australian church architecture. Clunes Local has great coffee and pizza and a friendly village atmosphere. Surrounded by endless rows of macadamia plantations, Dunoon is one of the largest Macadamia growing regions in Australia.

If you prefer to dine in style, take the family to the restaurant overlooking the lush grounds of the Dunoon and District Sports and Recreation Club. You can hire the local court for tennis then pop across the road for a refreshing ale at the Eltham Pub, with real country hospitality and great pub food.

On the second Sunday of each month, thousands of people pour into the village to enjoy homemade cuisine and hand-crafted goods and be entertained by buskers. The heritage listed the Channon Tavern. Nearby is the World Heritage-listed Nightcap National Park, where the rainforest trail follows the palm-fringed creek to Protesters Falls, named after.

Further down the road, the Tucki Tucki Nature Reserve is a koala haven that was planted in the s by locals to preserve natural habitat. World Heritage rainforests, beautiful parks and playgrounds, pools, roller skating, ten-pin bowling, walking trails, breathtaking lookouts and waterfalls, boat ramps, and jetties Lismore is a natural playground. Here are just a few entertaining ideas: Looking for something to do? Treat yourself and get discounted movie tickets We look forward to your visit!

Heritage Park — Molesworth St, Lismore Paradise for kids with lots of play equipment and a miniature railway. The train operates on Thursdays, weekends and school holidays.

There are plenty of shady tables and barbecues. Wade Park — Anne St, Lismore A five-hectare park with swings, slides, picnic shelters, a wheelchair-accessible playground and bike tracks. There are BBQ and picnic facilities. Take a picnic lunch and look out for koalas snoozing in the trees.

There are also wheelchair accessible amenities with plenty of parking spots. It has a platypus viewing platform, boardwalk, pontoon bridge and four beautiful walks. There are dozens of football fields and cricket pitches, baseball diamonds, a synthetic hockey arena, gymnasiums, tennis and netball courts, and racing, greyhound and speedway tracks. The rolling green hills are a favourite among cruising car clubs and, on weekends, our winding country roads look like a mobile car show!

The Lismore Memorial Baths is a training and competition facility. To find out more Lismore is home to the people of the Bundjalung Nation, a living culture with a continuous connection to place. The Wilsons River that runs through the heart of Lismore is the lifeblood of Widjabul Country, supporting ecosystems that have evolved over thousands of years. Follow the mosaic footpath plaques to discover quirky stories in iconic spots throughout the CBD.

Federation gothic cathedrals to a pub fit for a queen. War Memorial Baths Conceived as a living memorial to those who went to the Great War of It originally stood outside the Gollan Hotel on the corner of Keen and Woodlark Streets where the roundabout stands today. The architect was Colonel F J Board who designed many of the heritage items in the civic precinct.

A stroll along the river walkway reveals an outdoor museum with interpretive sites, public art installations, native landscaping and parkland facilities all linking to create a unique setting for you to explore the historic, cultural, artistic and recreational fabric of life along the banks of the Wilsons River. Queen Victoria Fountain Originally stood outside the Gollan Hotel refer 14 , it was relocated to this site after The Great War and fully restored to its original design as a drinking fountain in Building For many years home to the National Bank following the merger.

Gollan Hotel Originally the Imperial Hotel , it was rebuilt in Today it is the home of the Conservatorium of Music. Lismore City Library is right next door. There are idyllic camping and picnic spots throughout the parks and reserves and a network of walking trails that offer everything from gentle ten-minute strolls to two-day hiking adventures.

There are spectacular views, towering forests, year-old Beech trees, waterfalls, gorges and pristine rainforest walks. Enjoy incredible views of the surrounding volcanic landscape. For maps and detailed information on our national parks, weather, climate, and things to do, drop into the Lismore or Nimbin Visitor Information Centres or go to visitlismore.

A scenic country drive taking you through the beautiful villages of Bexhill, Clunes and Eltham. Driving time from Lismore and return with no stops is approximately an hour and a half. Make sure you check out the monthly market calendar for that extra special experience.

On clear days there are views to the ocean from the.

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