Sharing adventures in


from Kyogle and surrounding Villages.

Kyogle Culture celebrates the art, food, experiences and lifestyle of Kyogle and it's surrounding villages, as well as the people who make it a great place to work and live.


We are a collaborative marketing initiative, and publish a FREE keepsake magazine twice a year. You can pick up a copy at participating businesses, and at selected galleries, cafes, attractions and Visitors Information Centres through the Northern Rivers. Check our stockists here>

We are unashamedly positive, brimming with enthusiasm and ideas, and proud of our region and it's people. We are passionate about creating a vibrant arts and cultural community, supporting small business, and encouraging environmental sustainability to ensure our beautiful region thrives.


We hope you will get to know us by browsing our online features, downloading the online magazine, or getting involved in our next issue. 



Issue 6 Feature Story

Daley’s Nursery sits unassumingly on the edge of Kyogle, and yet is considered the ‘birthplace’ for many of Australia’s fruit trees and edible plants.


Issue 6 Feature Story

Over the last 110 years, the Kyogle show has evolved into a major highlight.


Issue 6 Feature Story

They are the matriarchs of the local art community. With the collective knowledge to fill many art books, Bev Leggett Simmons, Wendy McGain, Anthea Moffatt, and Pam Cowgill talk to Kyogle Culture about their art and the gifts of experience.


Kyogle Culture was originally establish by artist and designer Susie Marcroft-Rodgers and members of the Kyogle & District Chamber of Commerce in 2016.


Issue Four onwards has been published by Wild Honey Creative, a Kyogle based graphic design, web and marketing studio.


Please contact our team for any enquiries.

Sign up for local stories that make you smile


Kyogle Council is proud to sponsor to printed copies of Kyogle Culture Magazine as part of its commitment to arts and business development in the region.

Kyogle Culture Magazine, and publisher Wild Honey Creative, acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this land - Australia. We acknowledge the Gullibul people of the Bundjalung Nation as the traditional custodians of the area where we live and work. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging.