Lismore & Nimbin
Just 30 mins from Byron, you’ll find this historic 110+ year old country pub with rustic charm and good ol’ country hospitality. Family owned and run by Lucinda and Toby Black, the most recent addition is the Wood Fired Oven! Now on offer is a range of Wood Fired dishes on their restaurant menu and also check out the new range of draught beers including Stone & Wood and Coopers. Sit in our cozy dining room or outside in the all-weather Stockade area with families welcome. We serve lunch and dinner every day. Stay in one of our 4 spacious pub-style rooms with private bathrooms from $95 p/n.
|Phone:||(02) 6629 1217|
|Address:||Eltham Hotel, 441 Eltham Road, ELTHAM, NSW,|
Nimbin is Australia’s most famous alternative lifestyle capital and shot to fame when it hosted the 1973 Aquarius Festival, attracting students, hippies and visionaries from all over Australia. This internationally famous village is intriguing and quirky with its colourful local characters and a streetscape of indigenous, rainforest and psychedelic facades.
There are a unique range of cafes and stores to discover in the main street, making it a great day out whilst holidaying in the region.
|Phone:||(02) 6689 1388|
|Address:||Nimbin Village, Nimbin, NSW,|
Lismore Regional Gallery
Lismore Regional Gallery’s annual calendar of predominantly self-generated exhibitions reflects the social, historical, and cultural aspects of the region. Combined with an active program of events, it makes the gallery a dynamic place for people of all ages – with a particular focus on young people. The gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday and admission is free so drop in and see what’s on exhibition.
Adjoining the gallery is the café, Palate at the Gallery, run by award winning chef Perry Hill and focusing on local fresh produce.
|Phone:||(02) 6622 2209|
|Address:||Lismore Regional Gallery, 131 Molesworth Street, Lismore, NSW, 2480, Australia|
Take a walk around the vibrant city of Lismore and discover fantstic local street art down side streets and allies. The town is alive with vibrant cafes and bars and be sure to visit the Pie Cart for a tasty home made pie. There are numerous galleries and boutiques to browse through and vintage shops in arcades with unique buys. With annual events such as the Lismore Lantern Parade and some of the prettiest villages in the northern rivers, just a short drive around Lismore, visit Lismore on your next holiday or short break.
|Phone:||(02) 6626 0100|