Glenreagh has a dynamic connection to its timber heritage, with its beautiful original dwellings and its annual celebration of this most beautiful and sustainable material.
Set alongside the beautiful Orara River is the village of Glenreagh. Overlooked by magnificent sandstone ranges, much of which is State Forest, Glenreagh is historically a timber town. Even today many of the original timber dwellings still stand. Each year the town hosts the Glenreagh Timber Festival in celebration of its rich woody heritage.
The Clarence Valley has some secrets even they aren’t prepared to totally give away. Scouts Falls is one such example. Not easy to find, Scouts Falls is for the explorer willing to make the effort. Its seclusion means you probably won’t be troubled by too many other humans as you enjoy its cool cascading waters and beautiful location.
Australia loves its “big” things, and in the Clarence Valley they have theirs right in the middle of Glenreagh. Come and have your photo taken with the Golden Dog, the beloved supersized smiling Dingo! Woof!