Uki Market

Wollumbin Mount Warning Caldera

 

Uki is situated in the Tweed Valley of far northern New South Wales.There are several stories, perhaps apocryphal, associated with the origins of the name. One is that timber cutters, who were the first non-Aboriginal settlers in the area, marked the finest cedar for export to the United Kingdom with "UK1", this eventually becoming UKI, or Uki as it is known today.




Uki village is approximately 15 minutes from Murwillumbah along Kyogle Road and 30 minutes from Nimbin. It is also possible to travel to Mullumbimby from Uki using gravel back roads through the Mount Jerusalem National Park.




Clarrie Hall Dam is located 10 km from Uki, and the area is described as "one of New South Wales’ finest fishing destinations". While the main function of the Dam is to provide fresh water for the Tweed Shire, recreational activities include sailing, rowing, canoeing, bass fishing, picnicking, bush hiking and bird watching.


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Mt Warning B & BUki Market
Mount Warning B & B
Located on five acres of beautiful riverside gardens and rainforest,
Mount Warning Retreat is a charming 1920's home overlooking the Tweed River.

Uki Village

Chillingham

Mullumbimby




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