Lismore’s diminutive gallery has just enough space for two temporary exhibitions; they're usually excellent.
This worthy centre takes in sick, injured and orphaned koalas; visits are only possible by guided tour at the designated times. To see koalas in the wild, head to Robinson’s Lookout, immediately south of the town ce…
Lismore stages its farmers market at the showground, off the Nimbin Rd.
A local institution serving home-made meat pies, mash, mushy peas and gravy.
Stocks a large selection of secondhand and rare books in a heritage building.
A stodgy old caff has been reborn as a retro-hip scenester playground. Lots of local musicians hang out at the pavement tables sipping the excellent coffee by day and jamming till late weekend nights.
As well as baking organic sourdough bread and a delectable array of sweet things, this cavernous bakery-cafe serves a good selection of vegetarian and vegan meals.
A red dragon curls around the wood-burning oven as brave souls fearlessly extract delicious gourmet pizza from its innards. The menu is rounded out with pasta, risotto and a traditional osso bucco.
Held every first and third Sunday.
Members of the Tweed Richmond Organic Producers' Organisation sell their produce at this weekly market.