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The village of Nimbin is located in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales, close to Byron Bay and Lismore. European settlers first inhabited the area in 1882, when it became a dairy town. The village prospered even more when it hosted the Aquarius Festival in 1973. The village also includes highlights such as Channon Market, Coronation Park, Nightcap Ranges, Mount Nardi, Nimbin Rocks and several waterfalls.
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Nimbin Rox YHA is located at 74 Thorburn Street in Nimbin. The park covers over 25 acres of land with amazing mountain views, swimming holes and winding rivers. It is also near the village, markets of Nimbin Valley and the area's World Heritage National Parks. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, car park, courtesy transfer, communal kitchen, communal lounge, communal refrigerator, recreation room, gardens, broadband Internet access, kiosk, laundry, library, open fireplace, tour desk, walking tracks, wood heater and outdoor swimming pool. The accommodations that it offers are lodges, wide variety of rooms and camping sites.
Djanbung Permaculture Gardens is situated at 74 Cecil Street Nimbin. The venue was founded in 1993 and features a permaculture demonstration and for being a venue to teach people about permaculture. It offers self guided and guided tours. Its other sought after features include its Eco-buildings, working permaculture systems, training programs, volunteer and internship programs.
Nimbin Artist Gallery can be found at 49 Cullen Street. It is a volunteer run establishment that empowers local artists via providing a venue for them to showcase their work. The gallery has been operating since 1997. Nimbin Artist Gallery is open everyday from 10am to 5pm.
Nimbin Candle Factory is located at Cullen Street in Nimbin. The ancient factory is famous for its quality smokeless candles that undergo processes based on the age-old method of continuously dipping each wick to create a perfect taper. This is the same method that was used during the 11th century by candle maker monks living on monasteries. The venue is open everyday and welcomes people of all ages and group sizes. Visitors can buy candles and learn more about the factory's history and development.
Nimbin Museum sits along Cullen Street in Nimbin and is open from 9am to 5pm daily. The museum is unique and very popular as it features a large collection of items related to the Aboriginal history of the region, the Hippy Era and the real spirit of Aquarius. The venue's facilities include a cafe, car parking spaces, wheelchair access and public toilet.
Nimbin Rocks could seen from Nimbin Road. Aboriginal people believe that the rocks serve as home to the Clever Men. The rocks tower magnificently around twenty kilometers from Mount Warning and three kilometers from the village of Nimbin. The rocks were products of the eruption of the large Mount Warning Tweed Volcano 20 million years ago.