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Vanessa Wernowski - Residential Sales Consultant (Director/Owner)

Randal Jacobson - Rural Sales Consultant

Kevin Wernowski - Senior Property Manager ( Rentals)


Covering the areas of the Northern Rivers

MT LINDSAY REALTY - WOODENBONG & sister agency NORTHERN RIVERS REALTY.com.au - KYOGLE are Licenced Real Estate, Stock & Station, Business Agents which are owned and run by local Agent Vanessa Wernowski. Vanessa has been in the industry for over 12 years, and is very knowledgable in all your real estate fields. 

Vanessa's family has a long history in the region, first selecting farmland just outside of Kyogle in the Woodenbong area under the shadow of 'Mt Lindsay' in Circa 1903. Originally from the Woodenbong area, Vanessa has a rich local knowledge and true appreciaton of the area and all it has to offer. Vanessa prides herself on being able to offer professional property advice with a genuine focus on personalised customer service.

Whether looking to uy, Sell or Rent we have it covered. Vanessa and her team of experienced agents utilise up to date market information and knowledge providing you with the best advice and service possible.

MT LINDSAY REALTY's sister branch is NORTHERN RIVERS REALTY.com.au KYOGLE. Both agencies run hand in hand covering the Northern Rivers towns of KYOGLE & CASINO and the small villages such as Woodenbong, Urbenville, Bonalbo, Old Bonalbo, Mallanganee, Tabulam, Drake, Legume and Koreelah. 

               "The area is just a wonderful place to live and raise a family - these little towns offer so much and are so pretty with the mountains surrounding us, yet so close to Brisbane and the Gold Coast -  this area epitomizes a relaxed and stress-free lifestyle"  

Mt Lindsay Realty is named after one of Woodenbong & Urbenville's most iconic landmarks in the district called Mount Lindsay.   The agency is owned and run by a local agent whose family ancestry first selected land at Lindsay Creek near the base of Mt Lindsay back in 1903.

 About Woodenbong and Urbenville

Woodenbong, officially declared a village in 1908 is rich in natural and cultural history and is located in the shadow of Mt Lindsay standing proudly at 1280 metres above sea level in the MacPherson Ranges/Border Ranges of Northern NSW, 10 km south of the NSW/Queensland state border. It is situated at the north western border of the Kyogle Shire at the edge of the Tenterfield Shire. Woodenbong is 61 km from Kyogle and 143 km from Brisbane or the Gold Coast.
On a map Woodenbong looks like it is isolated, but in reality it is reasonably close to several major centres, including shopping and agricultural links to Warwick, Killarney and Beaudesert.
The area used timber as its main source of employment in the early years and dairy, cattle and crops soon followed. Since then the village has seen many changes and is now a delightfully hospitable place to reside and visit. Modern times attract many bike riders, both road and trail bike riders, firstly due to the inspiring mountain roads to travel and welcoming hospitality and secondly the signature event of the Yamaha Australian Dirt Bike Adventures being held twice a year in Woodenbong over the past several years.

Woodenbong is a peaceful village that has always had a strong sense of community and pride.
With its country charm and many local businesses, services and a large number of community groups which more than cater for the local residents.
Education ranks highly with an excellent central school from K to year 12 that offers a high standard of education, particularly in agriculture and IT, a Pre-School and Adult Education.
Woodenbong has very close ties with the nearby village of Urbenville and the local Muli Muli Aboriginal Community.
The communities have strong links due to their location and proximity and shared community interests, for example the high school is located in Woodenbong and the hospital is located in Urbenville.
Urbenville is situated 13 km south of Woodenbong mostly in the Tenterfield Shire and Muli Muli is situated midway between the villages approximately 6km south of Woodenbong in the Kyogle Shire.


Services available in Woodenbong

Kyogle Council 02 66321611 A/H Emergency 02 66266800
NRMA Road Service and Assistance Phone: 131111

Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
A Valuable community service manned by volunteers.
Emergency 000

NSW State Emergency Service
Volunteer organisation which and is involved in various emergency services.
Phone:000 SES Emergency Helpline 132500

NSW Police Woodenbong
Providing an effective and efficient policing response to the community of Woodenbong Sector, including areas such as Legume, Koreelah, Muli Muli, Grevillia and Old Grevillia.
Woodenbong Police Station. Unumgar Street. Woodenbong 2476
Phone: 0266351244 Woodenbong Police


NSW Police Urbenville Police Station 02 66341244

 Health Care
Community Care, Aged Care & Emergency Care situated out of the Urbenville Hospital about 20 minutes drive from Woodenbong. Local doctor clinics in Urbenville & Woodenbong.
Community Heart Emergency Defibrillators are located at Fay’s Takeaway & the Woodenbong Hotel.

Medical Practice
Dr. Carolyn May
Dr. Phillip Chalmers
‘High Country Medical Practice’
Beaury St
Urbenville: Phone 02 66341275
Mon/Tues/Wed/Thurs/Fri: 8.40am – 12 noon

Hospital - Urbenville Health Service
Hospital: Phone 02 66341600
Aboriginal Medical Service
02 66351487

KDCC (Kyogle District Care Connections) 02 66322194

Kyogle Government Access Centre Agent for Government Departments:- Ageing, Disability and Home Care; Centrelink; NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages; Fair Trading; Housing; NSW Maritime; Office of State Revenue, Fine Payments; Fisheries: NPWG (issue National Parks Annual Passes); Local Courts,
Geneva Street Kyogle 2474  Phone: (Kyogle): 02 6632 1207

NRCT (Community Transport) 02 66323751
Upper Clarence Valley Health & Welfare Council Inc. Community Bus (many services) 02 66341385

W.I.R.E.S (Wildlife Information and Rescue)

Please Report Injured Wildlife to WIRES Rescue Hotline 66281898

Providing information, rescue and rehabilitation of Australian wildlife. Specialising locally in Macropods (kangaroos, wallabies) We ask that drivers check animals injured on roadways, including the checking of pouches, and contact WIRES if needed.

Watsons Bus Services. J. Watson & Son Pty. Ltd. Public Transport, daily services. Charter Groups, Seniors, Schools, Private.
42 Unumgar Street Woodenbong 2476  Email: jwatsonptyltd@westnet.com.au
Phone: 0266351336   Bus Mobile: 0428 874350

Muli Muli Health Post Hall (Hire) 02 66351487

Woodenbong Tip Tues: 9-4 Sat: 9-4
Kyogle Council 02 66321611 A/H Emergency 02 66266800
Local Councillors: Lindsay Passfield 02 6635 1429
                                       Danielle Mulholland 0438931425(Hire) 02 66351294

Woodenbong Public Hall Reserve Trust. Managed and maintained by the Woodenbong Public Hall Reserve Trust. This community hall and supper room is available for functions and hire.

Mobile Library
Woodenbong: Every Friday 10am -2pm outside the Woodenbong Public Hall.  Phone : Kyogle 02 66321134  Casino: 02 66626160
Urbenville Library
Open Wednesdays 2.30pm-5.30pm at the Urbenville Hall. Membership is free and run through Tenterfield Library. Woodenbong residents welcome to join.
Phone: 02 66341467

Campdraft Committee
Woodenbong Campdraft Association Inc. Runs the annual campdraft event.Woodenbong Rodeo Club Ltd. Ladies Auxillary.
Caters for the Campdraft Association events and visiting rodeo events. Proceeds donated to local causes.

RSL Sub-Branch
Manages the upkeep of the Woodenbong RSL War Memorial Hall.  Meets occasionally 5 or 6 times a year.

Woodenbong RSL War Memorial Hall Trust.
Provides limited Hall Hire to schools, religious organisations and RSL uses only. Enquiries can be made at the Woodenbong Central School. Phone 02 66351281

Woodenbong R.S.L. Womens Auxiliary

Show Comittee: Woodenbong Show Society Inc.
Organises the running of the annual Woodenbong Show. Attracts entries and exhibits from a wide area.

Woodenbong Central School P & C
Parents & Citizens Association (P&C) brings the school community together. Parents, teachers and community members can help meet the needs of the school community and contribute to decisions about the school. The P&C also raises funds that help finance improvements to our school and provide additional resources.

Woodenbong Craft Group
Meets every Monday 9.30am– 1pm  at Woodenbong Golf Club. $2 per meeting includes coffee/tea – please bring a plate to share at morning tea. People can work on their own projects, exchange ideas or simply have a good talk. Occassional workshops.

Sports and Recreation
Sporting and Recreation facilities available in Woodenbong

Urbenville /Woodenbong Seniors Day Care.
Meet at Urbenville & District Bowling Club (ph: 02 66341269) every Thursday 9.30am. Ph: Kim Vandesande 07 4666 5124. Other outings organised.

Woodenbong Tennis Club Inc.
Reformed in 1992, the Tennis Club combined with the Central School to upgrade the school’s asphalt court to an all-weather artificial grass surface with lighting. The club also makes use of an internal court in the school’s sports stadium. Plans the tennis competitions for local players. Court hire available. Phone:

Woodenbong & District Golf Club
Golf Links Road Woodenbong 2476  
Ph: 02 6635 1278
“Best Little Golf Club on the North Coast”  
The golf club is the only licensed club in Woodenbong, providing a focal point for the community with all the usual club facilities. The 9-hole golf course has a challenging and interesting layout, with separate tees to extend it to 18 holes, as well as being framed by a magnificent scenic outlook of mountain ranges, and the cheapest fees on the North Coast. Open 7 days. Catering/Dining available phone for details.

Woodenbong Swimming Pool
The council-owned swimming pool has both a covered “kiddies” pool and a 4-lane, 25 metre pool which is well-used by the Woodenbong Swimming Club, local schools and community members.
Woodenbong Amateur Swimming Club.
An organisation dedicated to the promotion of training young swimmers and promoting events.

HOY (Helicopter Relief Fund)
HOY games and raffles to raise money for the Westpac Helicopter Rescue Service. Held 1st Monday of every month at the Woodenbong RSL Memorial Hall at 10am.

The Border Ranges Pony Club Committee
A committee that assures a well supervised, fun, learning experience for all children interested in Pony Club activities. Phone: Rod 02 66351590 Lynne 02 66351196 or Di 02 66341466.

W.A.G. Woodenbong Arts Group Inc.
Woodenbong’s inspiration to the arts. Promotion of interaction and unity in the love of arts and crafts. Organises art exhibitions such as Roxy Gallery Kyogle in 2010 and displays of their works at the Woodenbong Yowie Country Market. Phone: Jim Grasby. 07 46665152

Woodenbong Yowie Country Market Committee
Executes the running of the Yowie Country Market events held on the last Saturdays of every month at the Woodenbong Public Hall and grounds. Phone: 02 66351176


Anglican Church: 1st Sunday 11am & 3rd Sunday  9am

Catholic Church: Saturday 9 am

Crossroad Ministry: Phone: 02 66351477

Muli Muli Full Gospel Church of Australia: Phone: 02 66351487

Presbyterian Church: 4th Sunday 4pm

Salvation Army

SDA Saturday 10am-12noon

Uniting Church: 1st & 3rd Sunday 9am

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