Northern Rivers Rail Trail
Explore the Northern Rivers Rail Trail when you visit the Gallery and enjoy breathtaking views of the Tweed Hinterland.
The Gallery has a direct connection to the Rail Trail, accessible from the Margaret Olley Memorial Garden. Please note that the pathway that connects the Rail Trail to the designated Gallery car park is not fully accessible, and features inclines and several sets of stairs.
Bike racks are located on the Rail Trail at the Gallery Connection, along with a picnic table.
For more information visit the Rail Trail website.
Self guided immersive sound work by Tais Rose Wae
Connect with the Rail Trail and Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre by immersing yourself in the sound work of poet Tais Rose Wae.
The recorded poetry piece enacts as an invitation to slow down, engage in a meditative deep-listening to the land, and open yourself up to the beautiful surroundings. It asks of the listener, ‘How can you breathe this air and give thanks just by doing so? How can your time here be a love letter to Country?’
This is a free self-guided activity and is suitable for groups and individuals of all ages.
Activate the sound work using the link below. Listen to it while you are on the path joining the Rail Trail to the Gallery. The path can be found near the Margaret Olley Memorial Garden.
Note: the activity involves audio that can be listened to on your phone via headphones or speaker.
Audio guide - Tais Rose Wae