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Alumny Creek, NSW

Alumy Creek Reserve is just north of Grafton along the Lawrence Road.The Old School House has been set up as a museum of early education and the old class room brings back memories of school days early this century. Groups can make arrangements to visit by telephoning (02) 6642 2598. A sports ground and picnic area is available for hire. Community markets are held in these grounds on the last Saturday of each month. The markets are set on the pristine grounds, which is preserved under the National Trust & Heritage Council, this is a must see. Wondering what there is to see a the markets…….. try Hot food & confectionary, home cooking, fresh local produce, homemade arts & crafts, plants, lots for the kids!!!!!

Nearest Airport: Grafton

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