Finding Grey Gum Lodge
The Best way to go about finding your accomodation Grey Gum Lodge Nimbin is to refer to the map on this page.
If you are driving into Nimbin from Lismore, you will see our Guesthouses in Nimbin, Grey Gum Lodge sign on the corner of High Street, which is the first street on the right coming into town from that direction. We are # 2 High Street, you can’t miss us.
Coming up the main street known as Cullen street, we are the last street on the left. Turn into High street and our parking is on the left hand side. We can be reached by phone on: (61) 02 6689 1713 or 0408 663 475. If we cannot answer your phone enquiry immediately, please leave a message with your contact details and we will respond shortly after.
Upon finding Grey Gum Lodge, your accomodation in Nimbin, look for our office on the left of High street and ring the buzzer at the sliding glass doors. Parking is free at Grey Gum Lodge Nimbin. We are situated in a lovely slice of the town. And there are several walks close to our door step while you are staying in our boutique guesthouse here in Nimbin. Praise for our Guesthouses Nimbin is usually very high and you can check TripAdvisor for several reviews that we have. And we would suggest that you like us on Facebook and record your own honest reviews after staying with us. Our aim is to make this budget boutique guesthouse the best in the region and your feedback is welcomed by us.
Grey Gum Lodge is just a short stroll to the centre of Nimbin, about a 3 minute lazy stroll to the Rainbow Cafe, an iconic Nimbin landmark. The food and coffee are great and the people who hang out there ever friendly and eclectic. There are too many other cafes to mention here but on arrival at your accomodation in Nimbin we will provide you with a free map of the town and district beyond, and when we have them a gift copy of Nimbin Good Times which is our fascinating local newspaper.
Can we suggest that while you are staying in our Guesthouses Nimbin that you take the opportunity to stroll down to the village in the early morning or late afternoon where the soft light shrouds our incredibly pretty town in colours that really do make it one of the prettiest places in Australia.