Glenreagh is near the southern boundary of the Clarence Valley area, about 38km south of Grafton on the Orara Way. It is within the Orara Valley, alongside the tranquil Orara River. The village is overlooked by magnificent sandstone ranges, much of which is State Forest.

The Orara River has the distinction of being one of the few coastal rivers in New South Wales to flow inland. It is some 80 kilometres in length and it joins the Clarence river at Ramornie.

Historically a timber town, many of the original timber dwellings still exist and a number of buildings are heritage listed.


The small community has a memorialĀ museum and a good-old fashioned country hotel with it's impressive "Golden Dog" statue making Glenreagh a good place to stop and explore when travelling between Grafton and Coffs Harbour along the Orara Way.

Basic accommodation is available for campers, motorhomers and caravan travellers in theĀ Glenreagh Camping Reserve.

On the first Saturday of the month, there is a community market held in the Glenreagh Hall in Coramba Street where local produce, home baked goodies, arts & crafts and refreshments is on sale.

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