Travelling along the Grafton – Armidale road in Northern NSW, a passer-by could be forgiven for thinking Nymboida is a quiet sleepy backwater… But amid the peaceful beauty (a little blacker than usual), there is a vibrant, thriving community.
Nymboidians are a proud, strong, fiercely independent (and good looking) people who have proved themselves to be resilient in the face of adversity.
Nymboida was hit in the early days of the devastating fires that are ravaging this country, resulting in the loss of 100 homes for humans and so many more for our precious wildlife. With characteristic forte and good humour, we rallied, pulled on our working boots and got on with the immense task required for a recovery. We thought we would have to cancel FOSH but with the support and incredible generosity from people outside of the community we decided to go ahead.
Festival of small halls rolls into Nymboida on Sunday 2nd February 2020 with Siobhan Miller (SCO) and Jack Carty (AUS)
Tickets available online here or locally at ‘Buckleys Music’, Prince Street Grafton.
Family fun starts at 12:30 pm with face painting, water slides and free drinks and snacks for the kids.
A restaurant quality 2 course lunch will be available from 1pm at $15 per head. (bookings essential)
Phone Laena: 6649 4271 / 0447 227 693
All proceeds from lunch go to the Rebuild Nymboida Community Fund.
Doors open for concert at 3:00pm for 3.30pm start.
Camping and basic cabin accommodation available at Nymboida Camping & Canoeing.
For accommodation bookings phone (02) 6649 4155 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A free courtesy bus from Grafton is available. Please see the schedule below.
|Market Square Prince St
|Bus Exchange South Grafton
|Coutts Crossing (opposite Shop)
|Nymboida Camping and Canoeing