Eden Lookout

Rotary Park at Eden Lookout

If you are looking for a whale watching vantage point, Eden Lookout showcases panoramic views across Twofold Bay. The lookout is on the northern headland of the bay, looking back towards Ben Boyd National Park on the southern headland. Humpback whales often come into Twofold Bay, one of the only places along the coast they … Read more

Killer Whale Museum

Front of the Killer Whale Museum in Eden NSW

The Eden Killer Whale Museum was established in 1931, with displays to discover the intriguing story of the whalers and killer whales working relationship in Twofold Bay. The whaling industry operated in Eden from the early 1800s through to the 1930s. The Orcas would herd passing whales into the bay and alerting the whalers to give … Read more

Richmond Range National Park

Dirt road

Richmond Range National Park offers World Heritage rainforest walks, campgrounds, scenic views, and horse riding, near Kyogle and Casino, in northern NSW. This entrance is further south from the Bruxner Hwy west of Casino. To Get There

WW2 Tank Traps

Wooden stumps in the bush, installed in WW2 as Tank Traps

Wooden stumps were installed in locations along the “Brisbane Line” to force tanks to rise up, exposing the belly for attack with explosives. The rugged terrain would have forced enemy vehicles to have to use roads, which would have been destroyed. Tank traps and boulders were part of the defensive line. A brown sign is … Read more

Thunderbolt Hideout

Entry to Thunderbolt Hideout

Thunderbolt Hideout is 12 km north-east of Tenterfield. The brown sign is on the side of the road at the site with a short 150 metre walk to the hideout. The hideout is one of many caves and bush hideouts used by Captain Thunderbolt, a bushranger named Fred Ward. Other Thunderbolt brown signs include Thunderbolts … Read more