Kyogle is a suburban town located in the local government area of Kyogle Council in the state of New South Wales. In the 1830s, the town was established as a lumber camp, lying close to the Richmond River. The suburb’s name is taken from an Aboriginal Australian word that means “plains turkey's (bustard) eg.” Kyogle’s main sources of economic revenue include dairy farming, forestry and cattle grazing. Woodcutting and collection of timber from trees such as hoop pine and red cedar used to be the primary reason for settlement in the suburb.
Tourism is also a part of the local economy as Kyogle serves as the entry point to several national parks such as the Border Ranges National Park and Toonumbar National Park. There are also different sporting clubs in the suburb, including the Kyogle Bowling Club, Kyogle Netball Association, Kyogle Golf Club, Kyogle Pony Club, Kyogle Cockies Rugby Union Club, Kyogle Swimming Club, Kyogle Rugby League Club, Kyogle Soccer Club and the Kyogle Tennis Club.
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