Gumbaynggirr People


Travelling along the Grafton-Armidale road in northern NSW, a passerby could be forgiven for thinking Nymboida is a quiet, sleepy backwater but amid the peaceful beauty there is a vibrant, thriving community. Nymboidians are a proud, strong, fiercely independent (and good looking) people who come from many regions around the world.

The Nymboida Community Hall is situated a stone’s throw from the beautiful Nymboida River, where the platypus and locals play side by side. Throughout its 100 year history, this small hall has hosted many a performance, concert or theatre production and countless talented people from all over the planet have graced its stage.

Camping and basic cabin accommodation is available close by at The Nymboida Canoe Centre which can provide a free courtesy bus (02) 6649 4155 .

The Nymboida P & C will be providing a scrumptious dinner from 6pm. Vegan options available.

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Online tickets available via this link (click here) or Local Tickets available from ‘Buckleys Music Group’: 137 Prince Street (Shop Front Bacon Street) Grafton and ‘The Naked Bean and Nice Rack’: 34 Skinner Street, South Grafton. Laena 6649 4271 OR Annie 6649 4166