Itineraries & Trails
Grafton – to Woodenbong – Summerland Way
The Summerland Way runs from Grafton to Woodenbong in QLD. Used in conjunction with Mount Lindesay Highway in South East Queensland and the Orara Way in New South Wales, this cross-border route provides another scenic inland route to the Pacific Highway.
The road links the Richmond and Clarence Valleys to the Moreton Bay (Brisbane) area in Queensland. This route was a pathway through the mountains for the Bundjalung Aborigines as they conducted special ceremonies and initiations at the regional Bora grounds north of present day Casino.
Culturally and environmentally diverse, the area around Kyogle is an ideal destination for a holiday. The district boasts a wide range of natural assets, including the World Heritage listed Border Ranges, Toonumbar National Park and state forests, all within easy reach of the towns and villages.
- Experience the quintessential Australian county lifestyle as you travel through charming country towns, quiet villages and picturesque rural hamlets.
- Trek through the breathtaking World Heritage listed National Parks.
- Discover regional arts and culture at villages dotted along the road.
- Taste fresh and tasty homegrown local and regional cuisine on Summerland Way.