The Lillifield Community is situated near the north east corner of New South Wales on the Kyogle to Murwillumbah road and on the rim of the Mount Warning caldera. . Lillifield’s approximate height varies from about seven hundred feet to about eight hundred feet above sea level.
We are in a most beautiful part of the world, which is very hilly with lots of regrowth forest. Twenty four kilometres to the south west is the small country town of Kyogle. Thirty five kilometres to the north east is Mount Warning (the first place in Australia to receive the morning sun), and continuing north east will bring you to the Tweed River town of Murwillumbah. Approximately ten kilometres further on is the nearest bit of coast to Lillifield called Cabarita Beach. Forty five kilometres to the south east is the northern rivers town of Lismore. Further east from Lismore is the coastal town of Byron Bay. Seven kilometres to the east of Lillifield is the Nightcap National Park, more commonly known as Blue Knob. Ten kilometres to the north west is The Border Ranges National Park, a most beautiful place. Lillifield has about three hundred and thirty acres most of which are hills and valleys with trees and bush. There are thirty eight house sites, each of which is approximately five acres. There are several areas of common land, some of it, open land, some of it as wood lots and some as forest and animal sanctuary. These areas are left untouched for the use of the animals and birds. There are eleven dams on Lillifield, some used for water reticulation, others for recreation purposes. It is so beautiful here, quiet, peaceful, just the sound of the birds, the frogs, the crickets and cicadas. There are kangaroos, wallabies, possums, lace monitors, echidnas, koalas, birds and more birds.