The Sydney Spanish Quarter is a neighbourhood in the heart of Sydney that's clearly influenced by Spanish culture. It was formerly frequented by the city's large colony of Spanish immigrants, and even though it's no longer so popular with the Spanish, you'll be amazed at the restaurants and "deli" shops with Spanish products on Liverpool Street, Kent Street and the vicinity. I've eaten at the Don Quixote Restaurant (545 Kent St, Cnr. Liverpool St.) http://www.donquixoterestaurant.com.au/ owned by a Galician who has been living for more than thirty years in Australia and has all kinds of food, Spanish wines and beers of very good quality. In the neighbourhood, you can find the Spanish Club http://www.spanishclub.com.au/, where there are Spanish classes, gatherings, flamenco classes, and the promotion of Spanish and Latin culture. Once a year during the summer, there's the Spanish Quarter Street Festival, which is a neighbourhood street party extolling Spanish culture and Spanish (and Latin) cuisine.
Located on the outskirts of Lismore Wyrallah, one finds one of the many Aboriginal ceremonial rings. A Bora is the name given both to an initiation ceremony of the Indigenous Australians and also the site in which the initiation takes place. It is the place where rituals were held in Indigenous tribes to mark the passing from teen to adult. The entrance is located in the southwestern part of the ring and access is marked throughout the fields. Well worth it!
This is a lovely little coastal town, considered among the best in Australia for travelers. It really has everything you could possibly need, and the people fight against what many do not want, a MacDonalds. Besides having numerous hotels, the town also has camp sites and 11 beautiful beaches to suit all tastes, there is an active group fighting against the request to install one of these establishments in the village. Hopefully they get it.