The Channon is a village located in New South Wales’ Northern Rivers. The area got its name from the Aboriginal word for the Burrawang palm. The picturesque village has lands that are used for crop farming and grazing. There are also coffee and macadamia plantations as well as organic farms in village. The Channon is well known, as it is one of the gateways to the Nightcap National Park.
One of the main attractions in The Channon is Protesters Falls, which is located within Nightcap National Park. In the 1970s, the site was where protesters against logging set up in order to protect the rainforest. The waterfalls was named after the protests. The Terania Creek, located near the falls, is a popular spot for barbecues and picnics.