Day five was our last day on our Northern NSW road trip. We spent the morning in Tenterfield and then headed back to Kyogle for lunch. We went out through Kyogle down Lions Road to head back to Brisbane. Lions Road was a nice drive on a dirt road through the thick bush land as seen in the picture below that we took at the Lions Road look out.
Day four we looked around Tenterfield with lots to keep us interested. We checked out the old Tenterfield Saddlery which was made famous by Peter Alan. Lots of Australian history in the little town of Tenterfield. We read about Peter Alan’s grandfather the Tenterfield Saddler who would sit on his porch and chat with the folk who would visit him while he made his saddles. One visitor was Banjo Patterson a famous writer who wrote a song called Waltzing Matilda about a woman named Matilda who lived in the town of Tenterfield at the time.
We also ventured a little out of town. We came across a small river crossing which was fun to cross in the Jeep! After a fun filled day we decided to stay our last night out at Tenterfield.