Other reasons to come to Glenreagh for a visit

Gallery of other activities in the area you can enjoy when you come to visit the Golden Dog

The Glenreagh Community Markets

The Glenreagh Community Markets are held on the first Saturday of every month (except January) in the School of Arts Hall and surrounding grounds. Friendly markets, heaps of bargains. Bric a Brac, candles, soaps, plants, books old & new, collectables, knitwear, handmade and homemade goodies & much, much more ? There are over 20 stalls including George's famous locally produced beef pies. Plus a monthly raffle !!!!
Great place to visit, meet friends for a Devonshire "cuppa" and introduce yourself to some of the friendly locals.

Glenreagh Community Hall - https://www.facebook.com/pg/Glenreagh-Community-Hall-174481586679302/posts/

Glenreagh Community Markets - https://www.facebook.com/glenreaghmarkets/


Boo Radley's Hall

Boo Radley’s Hall is a small hall dedicated to hosting all forms of arts: live music, painting, and ceramics .

This 90 year old hard wood building once resided adjacent to the Golden Dog Hotel in Glenreagh and served as a storage hall and later temporarily as the pub after the original burnt down.

In 2007 the owners deconstructed this old shed and gradually started the process of building a purpose built 'space' for exhibiting and the arts adjacent to our pottery workshop. 

Binding the community through shared inclusion Boo Radley's hosts live music events in the hall and is located at 42 Coramba Street, Glenreagh, New South Wales


Scout’s Falls Swimming Holes

This is an incredibly beautiful and natural spot and the slightly difficult access means that it is much less likely to be crowded than many other swimming holes. Although it’s only about a 20 minute walk, it is a slippery scramble over rocks and along ledges to get to the swimming hole and many parts are overgrown. However, it is well worth the effort and the journey itself becomes a bit of an adventure. The road from Glenreagh is unsealed and can get pretty muddy in wet weather.

More on Scouts Falls - http://www.wildswimmingaustralia.com/locations/sherwood-nr-waterfall/


Sherwood Nature Reserve, NSW, Australia

The Sherwood Nature Reserve provides a safe habitat for over 50 native animals and is famed for its bird-watching potential. The river valley itself is full of lush greenery.

About: https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/visit-a-park/parks/sherwood-nature-reserve

Glenreagh Timber Festival

The Glenreagh Timber Festival is an annual event commenced to celebrate the heritage of our village. Woodchops, Sheep Dog trials, Whip cracking, entertainment, Mechanical Bull riding, displays, market stalls and fun for the kids are all there to enjoy.

Find out more: https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/north-coast/clarence-valley/grafton/events/glenreagh-timber-festival

and https://www.facebook.com/TimberFestival/

Glenreagh Recreation Ground

Very cheap camping (powered and non powered sites available) at the Glenreagh Recreation Grounds. It is a perfect spot to relax, and get back to nature and has become a very popular camping and recreation area with its wide open grassland area and scattered shade trees surrounding the grounds. The site is accessible to caravans and big rigs with areas suitable for tents. The pet friendly campground has powered and unpowered sites with basic facilities offered. A perfect rest area for longer travel journeys.




Glenreagh Swimming Pool & Kids Playground

Glenreagh Community Pool and Kids Playground are side by side and located within a minutes walk to the pub, making it an essential spot to visit after lunch making the little ones tired and ready for a big sleep allowing you a quiet relaxing drive home, taking in the beautiful pasture and rainforest scenery that the area has to offer. The Pool is open between September to April each year. Check facebook for details


Glenreagh Mountain Railway Museum

Whilst the iconic Glenreagh Mountain Railway is no longer open, the Glenreagh community have salvaged a large number of artefacts by opening a museum in 2017 to preserve what was once integral to the local community. This fascinating museum which is also full o other local history, is open on Mondays and Tuesdays, and at the monthly markets - gold coin donation



If you are interested in any of the above, just pop in and see us at the Golden Dog and one of our staff or patrons will do our best to help you find what it is you are looking for.