With Shaws Bay on one side and the Richmond River on the other, this easy walk will allow you to enjoy some of Ballina's most beautiful assets.
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Walking and cycling Ballina's shared paths is a popular activity, easily accessible for people of all ages. Visitors and residents can enjoy a leisurely cycle or stroll, exploring the river and...
Take a scenic stroll along the Richmond River and discover Ballina's History.
Rocky Creek Dam and the Rous Water Rainforest Reserve are surrounded by the Whian Whian State Conservation Area and Nightcap National Park.
World Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park, formerly known as Mount Warning National Park, is a great place for a picnic or a day walk.
Explore our rich Aboriginal heritage amongst the beauty of the Ballina coastline.
A pristine stretch of sandy beach from the Lennox Point Headland and the national surfing reserve including the famous right hand break - one of the top ten breaks in Australia, then to the north,...
Visit the Wardell jetty and the 70m boardwalk overlooking the Richmond River. This is a relaxing stroll and a great spot to wet the fishing line. It's magical at sunset when the sun dips behind the...
Located on the top of Lennox Point, Pat Morton Lookout has extensive views out to the Pacific Ocean and north stretching up Seven Mile Beach.
Victoria Park Nature Reserve protects one of the last surviving remnants of the original rainforest, known as the Big Scrub.
Killen Falls is one of several waterfalls in the region and a beautiful place to visit when in the area. Stroll along the boardwalk, offering a viewing platform located on the top of a cliff...
Protesters Falls is a waterfall located in the World Heritage Listed Nightcap National Park and named after the Terania Creek protests which took place in the late 1970's.
Ballina has 32km of golden sands, sheltered coves, spectacular surfing breaks and vast open beaches.... the coastline is simply stunning.
Enjoy a stroll through the rainforest and discover stunning coastal views. Relax and take in the natural setting of your surrounds. Approximately 1.6km
The coastal lookouts offer amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and make for the perfect vantage point for watching the humpback whale migration that occurs annually from June through until October...
A favourite walk for many locals, this stunning coastal walk starts at Sharpes Beach and follows the hilly coastline to Pat Morton Lookout at Lennox Head (3km one way, provides beautiful ocean and...
Lake Ainsworth is situated at the northern end of Pacific Parade in Lennox Head. The lake is a fresh water lagoon that is discoloured by tea tree tanins leaching from the trees that surround the...
There are a number of parks and open spaces around Ballina, Lennox Head and Alstonville to take the kids for a play. Here are some of the main ones to visit.
Minyon Falls is a plunge waterfall which descends more than 100 metres over the huge rhyolite cliffs that were once part of the Tweed Volcano. The large viewing platform at Minyon Fall is easily...
There are plenty of sheltered, quiet and calm waters for families to relax and cool off around Ballina and Lennox Head. Not everyone loves the surf, some prefer the calmer waters and Ballina caters...