"I'm bored." "It's raining!" "What can we do now?" What do you do when you've seen all the sights, you've shopped til you've dropped, and you just want some down time?
Check out our wet weather entertainment, indoor and outdoor family fun, including amusement centres, cinemas, libraries, roller skating, indoor play centres and sports centres in the Northern Rivers region of NSW and southern Gold Coast of QLD.
The museum is open daily from 9am to 4pm, EAST, except Xmas Day, Boxing Day, Anzac Day and Good Friday, with a large collection of naval and maritime memorabilia: a full size La Balsas raft which succesfully completed a trans Pacific voyage from South America, and many other interesting displays. Admission by donation
Home to the Margaret Olley Art Centre, touring exhibitions from capital city galleries, and public programs showcasing local talent, the TRG also displays previous Doug Moran Potrait Prize winners, along with other donated and purchased works.
Daily guided tours, and art classes, craft workshops and school holiday programs are also offered.
The galley has cafe and a gift and souvenir shop.
Open 10am - 5pm Wednesday to Sunday. Free Admission
After a multi millions dollar upgrade and expansion, the former Tweed River Historical Society Museum and now Historical Society home, is open to visitors. Displays showcase the patterns of settlement, industry and agriculture that have shaped the Valley, and provide insights into contemporary life in the Shire.
Open 10am - 4pm Tuesday to Friday, and 10am - 4pm 1st Saturday of the month. Free Admission
A NSW NPWS Historic Site open daily, features a mangrove boardwalk and walking track winding through the site and free use of picnic facilities with electric barbecues.
The Cultural Centre has a fine museum, and a shop offering aboriginal art, crafts and souvenirs. The shop and museum are open Monday to Wednesday, 10am-3pm. $15 per adult, $7.50 concession and children