The Ballina and Naval Maritime Museum features extensive displays of Port of Ballina, local history, a tribute to women in the Navy, interactive displays, DVD showings, working triple expansion...
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Experience the grandeur of the historic Ballina Manor. A majestic building that opened as a prestigious girls boarding school in 1925. Today, it welcomes visitors, charming you with its free history...
This trail takes you along a street lined with majestic Norfolk Island pines and dotted with delightful old cottages steeped in Ballina's Heritage. Highlight of the trail is the free historic tour...
Newrybar Merchants is a collective of some of these creative local artisans and curators of fine goods who are passionate about what they do.
David Mackay Harrison is a renown bronze sculptor & artist. His magnificent works are housed in his gallery located in East Ballina. Drop in and view his works and enjoy a tea or coffee with this...
Explore our rich Aboriginal heritage amongst the beauty of the Ballina coastline.
Maria's work is collected both locally and overseas and she has received many awards from local shows and art exhibitions over the years.
Crawford House Museum hosts regular events and exhibitions. It is a perfect example of a loving restored Federation home that displays household items from the 1900's to the 1960's. See what events...
Book an art class and start your creative journey with Christine by your side. Book online or call 1800 777 666.
Creative Artisans Gallery is all original work with most of the items such as the jewellery, woodwork and silk, being "one-off" designs. The gallery aims to showcase original creations and artwork...
The Northern Rivers Community Gallery presents a changing program of exhibitions by artists from across the Northern Rivers and beyond.
This self guided trail describes eleven points of interest throughout the village of Lennox Head, a combination of historical sites and scenic sites.
Take a scenic stroll along the Richmond River and discover Ballina's History.
Frank Miles Fine Bronze Art -Frank’s bronze sculpture “Steptoe” (Pelican) can be viewed at Lance Ferris wharf at Fawcett Park on Ballina’s Richmond River.
Enjoy learning the skill of silk painting with local artist Kim Toft. Book online or call 1800 777 666.
Enjoy a beautiful country drive along Fernleigh Road and visit the pottery studio of Brooke Clunie, famous for her distinctive pottery. Some of Brooke's work is also available for sale at the...
The Alstonville Plateau Historical Society has designed a self guided tour highlighting seventeen sites throughout the CBD of Alstonville and provides a description of each sites historical...
This small village boasts a number of heritage listed timber buildings dating from the closing of the heyday of the timber industry.
Indulge in the wonder of playing with clay on the potter’s wheel. Book online or call 1800 777 666.