The Kyogle story

Camp at Spiral Loop c. 1929. (The Spiral Loop is a nice piece of railway engineering where the Sydney/Brisbane train crosses the McPherson Range near Kyogle.)

Bobby Graham, Kyogle boxer.

Cash register (Works even when the power goes off).

Rogans door (This wooden door was the front door of Bill Rogans blacksmith shop at Wiangaree.)

The mountain goat train.

History, like art, is about discovery. Through history you can discover the soul, the very essence, of a place. Of a place like Kyogle.

The Roxy Gallery in Kyogle is currently showing Remembering Kyogle an exhibition of artifacts and artworks from the cupboards of the Kyogle Historical Society.It provides an opportunity for people to see these historical artifacts and ponder previous times perhaps even gain a deeper understanding of where they live.

From its Bundjalung origins to the first settlers and then the new settlers, Remebering Kyogle is a visual story of the Kyogle shire.

The exhibition runs until April 12.


Be tick aware

Be tick aware

Government funding for research into tick bites as season ends

Another successful year for junior cricket in Lismore

Another successful year for junior cricket in Lismore

Far North Coast team among best in carnival

A day in the life of the 'usual stuff' with friends

A day in the life of the 'usual stuff' with friends

Friendship can be a fickly beast