Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre

Top choice in Byron Bay & Northern NSW

This exceptional gallery overlooking the river is an architectural delight and home to some of Australia’s finest works. An extension devoted to acclaimed Lismore-born painter Margaret Olley (1923–2011) features a recreation of her famous home studio. Check out the exhibition program on the gallery's website.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Byron Bay & Northern NSW attractions

1. Tweed Regional Museum

0.08 MILES

The town’s small museum is housed in a beautiful old building, and features a solid account of local history, an interesting radio room and an impressive…

2. Tropical Fruit World

8.27 MILES

North of town under the Big Avocado, this fruity theme-park plantation claims to have the world's largest collection of rare and tropical fruit – 500…

3. Wollumbin National Park

9.66 MILES

Surrounds Wollumbin/Mt Warning (1156m), the most dramatic feature of the hinterland, towering over the valley. Its Aboriginal name, Wollumbin, means …

4. Goomoolahra Falls


At the end of Springbrook Rd, there’s a superb lookout beside the 60m Goomoolahra Falls, giving views across the plateau and all the way back to the coast…

5. Best of All Lookout

9.85 MILES

True to its name, the Best of All Lookout offers phenomenal views from the southern edge of the Springbrook Plateau to the lowlands below. The 300m trail…

6. Springbrook National Park

10.02 MILES

A 27-sq-km national park, Springbrook is an ancient volcanic landscape with a 900m-high plateau cut through with gorges and a few even loftier outcrops…

7. Canyon Lookout

10.47 MILES

Canyon Lookout affords jagged views through the valley all the way to Surfers Paradise.

8. Purling Brook Falls

12.12 MILES

Just off Springbrook Rd, the feathery Purling Brook Falls drops a rather astonishing 106m into the rainforest: worth braving the vertigo-inducing lookout.