Gateway to the rainforests
8,927 (ABS 2016-17)
The median price for a three bedroom house in Kyogle is $300,000. To rent the same property, the median price is $200.00 per week.
Distance from Sydney 748kms in a northerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 28.5° to 16.3° and winters 17.6° to 2.7°. The mean annual rainfall is 1053mm. (BOM data)
The major employer in the Kyogle Shire is agriculture, forestry and fishing followed by health care and social assistance, retail trade, education and training, construction and manufacturing.
Kyogle is the largest centre and administrative hub of this Shire in the far north of NSW. Among the bigger towns and villages are Tabulam, Bonalbo, Woodenbong and Mallanganee. The northern boundary of the Shire is the Queensland border, making it very close to Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
This beautiful area is surrounded by mountain ranges on all sides including the much visited World Heritage listed Border Ranges National Park where waterfalls and scenic views abound. Among the events on in the Shire are the Mothers Day Classic Fun Run in April and the Collins Creek Hall Trivia Night in May and the Woodenbong Seasonal Yowie Country Market in August.
There are many sport and recreation facilities in this Shire covering the full range of sports.
Education is available in many of the towns and villages in the Shire. There are a number of Pre-schools. In Kyogle there is a public and a Catholic primary school together with a high school. Both Bonalbo and Woodenbong have a Central School (K-12). There are primary schools in Afterlee, Doubtful Creek, Old Bonalbo, Rukenvale, Mummulgum, Wiangaree, The Risk, Collins Creek and Barkers Vale school in Wadeville.
Throughout the Shire, there are a number of health related facilities. There are hospitals, pharmacies and GPs in a number of centres and some have allied health services such as physiotherapy, podiatry and audiology. The area is well served with nursing home facilities.
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Housing Data: Sourced from www.realestate.com.au current as at 7/18.
Careers Data: Sourced from ABS.
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