beaches & waterways
tweed heads & coolangatta
fingal & chinderah
salt & casuarina beach
morning on the tweed, tumbulgum by Trevor Worden
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The natural wonders of the Tweed have been recognised by Tourism Australia as one of the National Landscapes - Australia’s Green Cauldron. With lush World Heritage rainforests and breath-taking mountain ranges just a short drive through from uncrowded beaches and world-famous surf breaks, the Tweed is truly a natural paradise. Take the road less travelled from the bustling hub of Tweed Heads and discover peaceful seaside towns and tranquil waterways among the cane fields. Explore quirky rural village communities and a vibrant culture of music, art, creativity and spirituality. They say the people make the place and that is definitely true of
From the lush mountain rainforests of the ancient volcano through picturesque villages to the pristine beaches and laid-back resorts of our magnificent coast, the Tweed offers visitors an endless variety of holiday fun.
the Tweed. It’s a lifestyle choice that brings people here. The colourful characters that call the Tweed home will welcome you into their community and invite you to share in their celebrations, festivals and concerts; to admire their handiwork at artist studios and galleries and be happy to chat with you at roadside stalls and farmers’ markets. Enjoy their hospitality at cosy rainforest retreats, friendly B&Bs and luxury oceanfront resorts throughout the Tweed. It’s all about the people … and it’s all about you.
The Tweed really does have something for everyone, from the cool mountain rainforests of the hinterland through its broad and winding water ways to the vast and unspoiled beaches along the coast. Tweed Coast Stretching from Tweed Heads in the north to the tranquil beauty of Wooyung Beach in the south, the Tweed Coast has everything including quiet seaside villages and luxurious beachfront resorts.
Tweed Valley The valleys of the Tweed were sculpted from the ancient shield volcano by the Tweed and Oxley Rivers. They are home to an eclectic mix of characters. Escapees from the urban rat race now share these rolling green hills with the indigenous custodians of the region, descendants of the early European settlers, generations of farmers and a varied palette of artists. Itâ€™s a fascinating melting-pot of peoples, cultures and philosophies. You can dine with the Hare Krishna community at a Sunday banquet, be inspired by spiritual workshops at a handbuilt Renaissance-style castle; shop for farm fresh organic produce at a road-side stall or hunt for antique treasures
There are safe, patrolled swimming beaches and holiday
and regional crafts in a riverside village.
parks, hotels and apartments that offer budget or first
The natural wonders of the region provide visitors with
class holiday accommodation. Vibrant shopping precincts feature boutiques and department stores and scores of sun-drenched cafes and restaurants.
endless opportunities for adventure, with rainforest bushwalks, fishing in the rivers and streams, boating, camping, horseriding, cycling and more.
Kingscliff is the heart of the Tweed Coast and a popular dining destination with restaurants and cafes lining the beachfront esplanade. Itâ€™s all within easy access of Salt Village and Casuarina Beach where you can enjoy the pampering of luxury oceanfront resorts. For a more low-key approach, there are beachside cottages, holiday parks and motels at Fingal Head, Hastings Point, Cabarita Beach, Pottsville and Wooyung, while the coastal hills offers cosy B&Bs and retreats.
the beaches & waterways With some of the worldâ€™s best surf breaks... unspoiled beaches and sheltered, pandanus-fringed coves.... the Tweed has been a paradise for surfers, sunseekers and fisherfolk for countless generations.
The Tweed Coast has 37 kilometres of unspoilt beaches and
Snorkelling & Scuba Diving
sparkling waterways that offer safe swimming (and great
Cook Island, 600m offshore from Fingal Head, is the
fishing) in crystal clear water.
permanent home for a colony of green and loggerhead turtles,
There are vast expanses of soft white sand and sheltered bays
and a stunning variety of tropical and sub-tropical marine fish.
where you can lose yourself – and your cares – in the gentle
You can book a snorkelling or diving tour at locations on the
wash of the waves (but remember to swim between the flags at patrolled beaches!)
Tweed River and at Kingscliff or at the Tweed or Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centres. Day trips and overnight adventures
It’s an ideal beach holiday destination that’s perfect for lazy days
to Lady Elliot Island, at the southern end of the Barrier Reef are
under the sun, unforgettable family holidays or exhilarating
aquatic adventures. Try snorkelling, diving, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding, fishing, surfing, kite surfing and whale watching (Jun to Nov)... and more. Some beaches have off-leash dog areas while others are in National Parks where, to protect our precious and abundant bird and wildlife, no animals are allowed. Lifeguards patrol some beaches 7 days per week during the spring, summer and Easter school holidays and at select beaches on weekends outside of holiday periods. visitthetweed.com.au
Whale Watching The Tweed is one of the best places on the coast to witness the annual migration of the humpbacks. From June to November around 14,000 whales pass close to the coastline while migrating from the Antarctic to warmer subtropical waters. Whale watching cruises get up close and personal, or you can spot a whale from one of the headlands or beaches along the Tweed Coast including Fingal, Cabarita and Hastings Points.
Deep Sea Fishing The Tweed Coast has some of the best game fishing grounds along the eastern seaboard, with targeted species including marlin, dolphin fish, yellow-fin tuna, mackerel, wahoo and sharks and a huge variety of reef fish. Charters operate from the Tweed Marina. Stand Up Paddle Boarding Boards are available to hire and there are lessons for beginners in still waterways. For a truly unique experience, the team from Watersports Guru now offer SUP yoga classes. Surfing The Tweed Coast has great surfing beaches and point breaks. Surf schools operate at safe, patrolled beaches. More advanced surfers can carve up the waves at legendary point breaks like Duranbah Beach and Snapper Rocks. Kite Surfing This is one of the most exhilarating and fastest growing water sports in Australia. Sign up for a lesson while you are here.
the beaches tweed heads & coolangatta
The ‘twin towns’ that straddle the New South Wales/Queensland border are the hub of the region’s shopping, dining and nightlife.
Sitting side-by-side on the QLD/NSW border, Tweed Heads and Coolangatta offer resort style accommodation, shopping and entertainment on a bright and breezy beachfront restaurant strip. At the southern end of Queensland’s Gold Coast, the Twin Towns offer all the attractions of Australia’s number one holiday destination as well as more affordable accommodation, less crowded beaches and a more relaxed laid-back ambiance. White sandy beaches stretch from Kirra to Duranbah, with the Gold Coast’s only north-facing beaches Coolangatta and Greenmount.
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The heart of the Tweed’s entertainment and nightlife is here,
There are major shopping centres with all your favourite
with live music every night, international stars on stage and
retail chains and along Griffith and Wharf Streets are smaller
plenty of dancing and fun.
boutiques, gift shops and homeware stores.
Bay and Stuart Streets in Tweed Heads have a burgeoning
Coffee lovers will appreciate the emerging café culture in
café scene that is a must for coffee, eats and treats.
Stuart and Bay Streets, where talented baristas compete for
In June, Cooly Rocks On rock ‘n’ roll festival fills the streets
with music, classic cars, dancing and markets.
Accommodation ranges from hotels and apartments to
On the River you can charter a boat, catch mud crabs and
backpacker hostels and everything in between.
yabbies or hire a pontoon and explore the waterways.
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the beaches fingal & chinderah Fingal Head This charming Tweed village was named after Fingal, the mythical Celtic giant who reportedly built the famous Giant’s Causeway in Ireland.
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The Tweed’s Fingal Head has its own Giant’s Causeway - a crescent-shaped mass of hexagonal columns formed when the lava flows from the ancient Tweed volcano cooled rapidly in the ocean currents. The spectacular rock formation sits just below Fingal Lighthouse on the headland, reaching seaward towards Cook Island. The walking tracks around the headland are a major drawcard for this quiet but beautiful corner of the coast. Fingal is an angler’s paradise with foreshore parks where you can sit under a tree and drop a line in the river. Fingal is one of the Tweed’s many surfing hot spots and its legendary breaks attract surfers from all over the world. Surf with the dolphins or simply enjoy a morning walk at Fingal, then kick back at the unique and quirky Sheoak Shack for lunch. There is a holiday park near the headland and plenty of
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Chinderah On the banks of the Tweed River’s wide lower reaches, Chinderah is one of the Tweed’s hidden treasures. It has expansive views at every turn and is a perfect hideaway for a little peace, relaxation, fishing, picnics in the riverside park
Discover the Tweed’s own Giant’s Causeway and quintessential riverside fishing villages.
or a quiet ale at the riverside pub. There’s a boat ramp and some of the Tweed’s best fishing spots along the foreshore and the fish are abundant. You can also savour some of the freshest local seafood you will ever find at Tweed River Seafood. For history buffs, two historic cemeteries nearby contain the graves of pioneering families and the South Sea Islanders who helped establish the Tweed’s sugarcane industry. You can also visit Chinderah Bay Antiques and Museum of the Sea or pop down the road for a round of golf at the fondly dubbed “The Royal Chinderah Golf Course.” At the historic riverside hotel, the Chinderah Tavern, it is very easy to relax on the riverside deck and watch the sunset over the water while the kids enjoy the secure, covered playground.
the beaches kingscliff
Unlike many traditional seaside communities, Kingscliff has evolved into a vibrant beach holiday destination without losing its wonderful local identity.
Along the Kingscliff’s eat street esplanade, you can take a culinary world tour as you choose from award-winning cafes and restaurants offering a taste of Japan, Thailand, Spain, Italy, Mexico, India, Nepal and Tibet. Australia’s favourites are also well represented with great seafood, health food, salads and nutricious breakfasts. Dotted between the sidewalk cafés and restaurants are boutiques and gift shops that make this one of the Tweed’s favourite shopping destinations. Newly opened, Rowan Robinson Park links the café precinct to the the Park and beach and features revamped facilities and a Community Hall. The Kingscliff Beach Hotel, Cudgen Headland SLSC and the Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club offer plenty of entertainment options each week. The local Cinemax Cinema is an intimate movie theatre that features a regular program of mainstream and arthouse movies with food and beverages served during screenings. Hire a bike from Kingscliff Cycle Centre and explore the cycleway that runs north to Tweed Heads and south to Pottsville Beach. Paddle a kayak or canoe along the Cudgen Creek wetlands and see the abundant birdlife. If you’re up for some exercise you can paddle to Cudgen Lake at Cabarita Beach. Try stand up paddle boarding in the calm creek waters or learn to surf the ocean waves. From Kingscliff you can arrange snorkelling and scuba trips to Cook Island and visit the green and loggerhead turtles.
You can book a whale watching tour during June-
Call in to the Kingscliff Visitor Information Centre on
November. With safe swimming available along the vast
Marine Parade to chat to the friendly local volunteers.
stretches of uncrowded beaches or in the crystal clear
They can help you with maps and things to see and do
creek waters, Kingscliff is the perfect place to base yourself
during your visit.
for day trips around the region.
Kingscliff accommodation has something to suit every
The beauty of the Tweed hinterland and Wollumbin Mt
style and budget, from beachfront caravan and camping to
Warning, and the buzz of Byron Bay and Surfers Paradise
luxury resorts and apartments. For help with booking and
are all less than 40mins drive away and the famous Gold
planning your holiday, contact the Tweed Heads Visitor
Coast theme parks are an easy day trip.
Information Centre 1800 674 414.
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the beaches salt & casuarina The Tweed Coast has seen a 15 year evolution, just south of Kingscliff, the townships of Salt Village and Casuarina are part of the new Tweed Coast developments that have emerged since the mid-2000s.
Stretching over 6kms of beachfront, Salt Village and Casuarina’s streets are lined with contemporary homes that have famously redefined beach architecture. The community comprises young families wanting an active, healthy, outdoor lifestyle or empty nesters enjoying a year-round resort lifestyle. On weekends you can mingle with the locals in Salt Central Park and at cafés in Salt Village and Casuarina, and enjoy the laid-back, friendly community atmosphere. Salt Village’s eclectic mix of bars and dining venues includes some highly awarded restaurants and celebrated chefs. Steven Snow’s seafood restaurant, Fins, has won 22 consecutive Sydney Morning Herald Chefs Hats and, like Seasons Restaurant at Peppers Resort, proudly serves fresh produce sourced from local farms. Sea Salt Ristorante Pizzeria serves the best regional pizza, Bellini Restaurant is owned by one of Sydney’s leading restaurateurs; and Mahsuri Thai consistently receives rave reviews. For more casual dining, the Salt Bar is a favourite with families, Salt Village Fish and Chips offer fantastic takeaway, Saltbean Espresso is the local’s pick for coffee. Ice-cream from Piccolo Gelateria is an absolute winner on a hot summer day or a sweet treat after dinner.
A little further down the road, the dining delights continue
Cool, contemporary luxury resorts are the specialty at Salt
at the Santai Retreat Casuarina, where you can enjoy
Village and Casuarina. Youâ€™ll be spoiled for choice and
Asian inspired cuisine at the Spice Den. In the centre of
service at Peppers Salt Resort & Spa, Peppers BalĂŠ, Mantra
Casuarina, Osteria serves beautiful fresh food in a relaxed
on Salt Beach Resort, Santai Retreat Casuarina, Casuarina
and Cotton Beach Resort.
The Coles Casuarina Retail Centre is the retail and
Self-contained holiday homes are also very popular. Drop
commercial heart of the community, with specialty stores
in to the Kingscliff Visitor Centre on Marine Parade,
and more food outlets.
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the beaches cabarita beach Almost completely encircled by a nature reserve, lake and beautiful beaches, Cabarita Beach is a pocket of paradise on the Tweed Coast.
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The original name for this charming seaside village is
Relax on the bench and soak up the sunshine, scan the
Bogangar - the Aboriginal word meaning ‘place of many
ocean for whales, check out the birdlife and watch the
pippies’ – a reference to the ancient ceremonial shell
surfers in action. Suitable for all ages and fitness levels, it’s
middens in the area. The village is commonly referred to as
‘Caba’ by today’s locals.
The surrounding park has play equipment for the kids,
The beaches here feature some legendary surf breaks and
barbeques, picnic areas under shady trees and those
great family beaches, perfect for boogie boarding and
incredible, uninterrupted views of the ocean.
hours of rock-pool exploration.
Around the village, Cudgen Nature preserves remnants
Throughout the year, Caba hosts surfing carnivals and
of coastal rainforest, wallum heath, woodlands, fernlands
events such as the annual Greenback Tailor Fishing
and mangroves. Some endangered wildlife species make
Competition which attracts hundreds of avid anglers.
their home here including glossy black cockatoos, oyster
In recent years, beachfront apartments have upped the
catchers and ospreys.
ante for holidaymakers who enjoy resort style amenity with
In the heart of this wilderness, Cudgen Lake offers
all of the comforts of home. The Beach Resort is beautifully
endless opportunities for birdwatching, short bushwalks,
appointed and offers amazing views of the ocean from
photography, nature study, kayaking and picnicking.
2 and 3 bedroom apartments as well as the penthouse
The team from Watersports Guru offer stand up paddle
suites. Halcyon House is a boutique hotel that offers guests Mediterranean luxury on the beachfront with 6 room types and fabulous dining .
boarding (SUP) at Cabarita Lake. Join them for a full day adventure tour – with a stop at Cabarita – by kayak or SUP. If you’re feeling energetic you can paddle a kayak from
In the centre of the beachside village is a full-service
Cabarita Lake to Kingscliff (9km).
supermarket and a selection of cafes, surf shops and
Watersports Guru can kit you out with kayaks and
retail stores. On the beachfront is Cabarita Beach Hotel , a modern bistro & bar and opposite the Hotel is the local Surf Club and the Pandanus Café.
transport you to the shores of Cabarita Lake. Cruise the quiet waters of the Lake and wind your way along the creek to Kingscliff.
Norries Headland is the jewel of the village. A 400m boardwalk takes you to the top of the Headland.
the beaches hastings point
As the place where Cudgera Creek winds around to meet the Pacific Ocean, Hastings Point is almost entirely surrounded by water. As such, holiday activities revolve around the estuary and ocean.
From the sandy beaches of the creek bank, children can swim safely in the calm clear water. Anglers can choose beach or river fishing. Mangrove wetlands deliver rewards to the crab pots. Find the team from Caldera Kayak Experience on the banks of the creek and hire a kayak or stand up paddle board. On low tide you can wander along the shore and explore the tidal rock pools. Grab some fish and chips from the local takeaway store and relax in the park by the creek. From the top of the headland at Hastings Point you can watch the whales during June-November, glimpse the lighthouse at Byron Bay and see amazing views along the Tweed Coast. In the park there is plenty of shade, electric barbeques and picnic tables, as well as playground equipment for the little ones. Add to all of this the bike paths and walkways that stretch for kilometres in all directions, and you have all the ingredients for the ultimate family/beach/fishing/nature-based holiday. There is also an aquatic adventure lagoon, outdoor playground and a marine environment centre with an incredible array of fascinating exhibits. Ripples CafĂŠ, located poolside at the North Star, is the perfect place to unwind after a big day. Choose from a great selection of wine and beer, fresh local seafood and an ever changing array of culinary delights. Ripples is open to the public and resort guests 7 days a week.
the beaches pottsville
Pottsville is a picture-postcard vision of the quintessential
In the centre of town you’ll find a local supermarket,
seaside holiday destination. Caravans and tents line the
hairdresser, bakery and retail stores. In recent years a
banks of the creek where children splash around in the
number of new dining outlets have emerged. The Izakaya
clear, calm waters while anglers cast a line in from the
Japanese is great for a quick bite, Miss Amigos Mexican
nearby banks. It’s an easy stroll to the beach, shops and
is a popular restaurant for families and Pottsville Pantry,
some great cafes and restaurants. The Pottsville Beach
Pottsville Bakehouse and Tong’s Thai offer some fresh and
Sports Club is the hub of community life and a picturesque
enticing cuisine in a relaxed and laid-back atmosphere.
nine-hole golf club is just a short drive away on the outskirts of town. Another favourite Pottsville place is Mooball Creek where you can kayak or canoe upstream for miles, eventually emerging from the tree cover to be greeted with a stunning view of Wollumbin Mt Warning. In terms of accommodation, Tweed Coast Holiday Parks have the best spots by the banks of Cudgera Creek on the north side of town and fronting onto Mooball Creek at Pottsville South. Visit Pottsville on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month for the popular Beach Markets where you can purchase farm fresh produce, plants, homemade treats, art, craft, clothing jewellery and more. It’s fun for all ages with live music and amusements for the kids. Check out the local markets from 7.30am, grab some lunch at one of the local cafes then have a swim at the creek or enjoy a stroll along the beach.
the river murwillumbah TRAC Murwillumbah has everything you need for a fun-filled family day out, including a giant waterslide, diving boards, a shaded children’s play pool and a picnic area. Learn to swim, junior swim squads and aquatic programs operate all year. Address: Web: Phone: Open:
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TRAC Centres also located at: Cudgen Road, Kingscliff Heffron Street, Tweed Heads (02) 6674 0195 (07) 5569 3120 trac.tweed.nsw.gov.au trac.tweed.nsw.gov.au
On the banks of the Tweed River, Murwillumbah is the creative and cultural hub of the Tweed Valley.
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Murwillumbah, the cultural heart of the Tweed, is a vintage country town dotted with art deco shopfronts, where historic federation style buildings house cafés, restaurants, boutiques, homeware stores and gift shops, while a modern shopping centre has a supermarket and chain stores. The best way to explore is on foot. Paved walkways stretch along the Tweed River and you can pick up a brochure for a self-guided heritage walk at the Information Centre. The Information Centre was moved to the historic Murwillumbah Railway Station, on Tweed Valley Way, after the 2017 floods. Drop in and check out the local produce and gifts. Learn about the formation of the Caldera with interactive videos and information. Discover the history of the Railway Station and let our friendly staff and volunteers help you plan your day trip. Cross the bridge into town and visit the Green Cauldron Panorama – a 20m wide painting that depicts the view from the summit of Wollumbin Mt Warning. A short walk down the street takes you to M-Arts Precinct on the corner of Proudfoots Lane and Brisbane Street that showcases the works of artists around the region. visitthetweed.com.au
The art trail continues to the jewel in the cultural crown, the Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre where the permanent collection and touring exhibitions vie for attention with the views. The Murwillumbah Art Trail is a week-long event in May that showcases more than 60 established and emerging artists. Visitors are invited to follow the trail through galleries, artists’ studios, pop up galleries and public art. History buffs will enjoy the Tweed Regional Museum. Displays showcase the settlement, industry and agriculture that have shaped the Valley. Open Tuesday-Friday 10am4pm and the 1st Saturday of each month 10am-4pm. The Tweed Regional Aquatic Centre has indoor and outdoor pools, teaching and hydrotherapy pools, kids play pools, diving boards and an amazing giant hill water slide. The dining choices in Murwillumbah are wide and diverse, ranging from quaint country cafés to vegetarian fare, Italian, Thai, Vietnamese and more. Murwillumbah is the gateway to Wollumbin Mt Warning and the National Parks and, with plenty of accommodation to choose from, is a great base from which to explore the astounding natural wonders of the Tweed hinterland.
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the river tumbulgum A classic country pub, friendly locals and an absolutely exquisite riverfront location make a visit to Tumbulgum an absolute must.
The village of Tumbulgum – one of the first European
The food is excellent - as are the sunsets over the river and
settlements in northern NSW – was established around
the Wollumbin Mt Warning skyline.
1840. The name Tumbulgum means meeting of the waters
Tumbulgum makes for a lovely stop on any day-trip
as the village is at the junction of the Tweed and Rous Rivers.
through the Tweed. It’s a perfect spot to relax by the river bank and throw in a fishing line. If you’d like to explore a
The Tweed’s first public school was built here, along with a
little further you can hire kayaks or stand up paddleboards,
bank and a post and telegraph office. Shops and services
join a guided tour or a beautiful sunset rainforest cruise.
sprang up to cater to the timber trade and cedar cutters.
You can cruise upstream from Tweed Heads to Tumbulgum
In Tumbulgum today, visitors can enjoy the positive
on a Tweed Endeavour Cruise. The ‘River and Rainforest
energy of this small but resilient community, take in the
Cruise’ includes an informative commentary on the history,
picturesque setting, admire the historic buildings and a
flora and fauna of the Tweed Valley and fantastic views of
range of art galleries, gift shops and cafés.
Wollumbin Mt Warning along the way.
There are riverside picnic facilities as well as a public wharf
Mount Warning Tours offer river cruises departing from the
and boat ramp.
Tumbulgum wharf. They provide refreshments and a great
One of the popular reminders of the past is the historic
Tumbulgum Tavern. Established in 1887, it was the region’s
At the north-eastern entrance to Tumbulgum, on the
first unlicensed pub otherwise known as a ‘grog shanty’.
corner of Tweed Valley Way and Riverside Drive, you will
More than 120 years later, the old pub is still going strong.
often find local producers selling their products. It’s a great place to pull-over and pick up fresh fruit, vegetables and cut flowers.
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Crystal Creek is a small community at the foot of the
Burringbar has a general store and roadside fruit stalls.
It’s also home to the award-winning Tweed Valley Whey
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Farmhouse Cheeses, the Burringbar Rainforest Nursery and
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Heath’s Old Wares and Collectables. Mooball
Mooball locals have taken their town’s name literally
Chillingham is home to the Tweed’s bush tucker man, Buck
and painted black and white cow patches on just about
Buchanan. In the orchards behind his rustic roadside stall,
Buck grows a variety of local and exotic citrus fruits and he
Mooball’s historic Victory Hotel managed to escape the
happily takes visitors on a tour of his Bush Tucker Garden.
painters and retains its classic 1930s country pub charm.
The Chillingham Store is a popular stop for road trippers;
The Moo Moo Roadhouse is hard to miss as you drive into
famed for serving good ‘ol Aussie tucker.
town on the Tweed Valley Way.
The shops in Uki are housed in historical buildings, many of
Crabbes Creek is a very quiet rural village where you can
which date back to the town’s early days as a thriving dairy and timber centre. Today, the village is home to a range of
enjoy rambling gardens, birdlife, picnic and barbecue area. The licensed General Store, opened in 1890, evokes
galleries, art studios, shops, cafés and a bakery.
memories of a bygone era. The old Community Hall was
social hub for the village.
the first Macedonian Church in Australia and remains a
This tiny village was put on the map when potters Bob Connery and Laine Langridge set up ‘Stokers Siding Pottery’ in 1978. The General Store & Post Office with a verandah tea room is situated in the old railway station. Many local events centre around the 100 year old historic community hall.
Tweed’s Dining Destination
Set on a small 10 acre farm in Carool’s picturesque countryside sits Potager – A Kitchen Garden, a culinary destination popular with locals and visitors from afar. While guests may come to taste sumptuous cuisine, they are spoiled with a panorama across a flourishing Northern NSW valley from inside a contemporary interior fit out in the stylish décor of local craftspeople. As much as possible is grown on the farm and sourced from the surrounding region to dish up to delighted diners, with an aim to serve organic produce, locally caught fish and grass-fed meat.
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the valley carool High in the hills overlooking Tweed Heads and Coolangatta, Carool Road takes you to a very different world where the cooler climate supports a coffee plantation and vineyard.
As your scenic drive climbs the foothills of the McPherson
Carool is also the home of Wirui Estate coffee farm.
Ranges, you are rewarded with spectacular views of the
The estate has 4000 coffee trees and produces 2 tonnes
coast and valleys framed by lush vegetation.
of green coffee a year. Wirui Estate’s award-winning
There are two scenic options to get to Carool from
coffee is available from outlets in the Shire and the weekly
Murwillumbah. You can experience a beautiful country
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drive through subtropical rainforest via Urliup Road (2km
Potagers Kitchen Garden at Carool is a ten acre farm and
unsealed) or take Hogans Road. Both routes offer stunning views, but they are windy and care should be taken. If you are coming from Tweed Heads, the scenic drive through Bilambil is recommended. The Carool area was once a soldier settlement and, for many years, bananas were the main crop. These days,
Restaurant that creates extraordinary gourmet cuisine. Where possible, Potager’s food is grown on the farm or sourced from local producers. The interior fit-out also features the work of local craftsmen.
you can sample the latest wine vintages at ILNAM Estate - a delightful family owned winery and a unique tourist attraction. It’s the only winery in the Tweed and the most easterly in Australia. It, too, has amazing ocean and hinterland views.
the valley tyalgum Set against a dramatic backdrop formed by the towering western wall of the Wollumbin Mt Warning Caldera, the historic village of Tyalgum oozes country charm.
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The villages’ quaint old buildings that have been lovingly restored and transformed into cottage cafes, art galleries, gift stores, a bookshop, silversmith studio, an eco store, and a country furniture store. What was once a remote timber town is now one of the Valley’s most popular day-trip
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2018. The initial gathering of musicians became what is now a thriving and diverse three day Music Festival, held in September. Over the years, this series of concerts, has attracted some of the world’s finest musicians, and is now one of the premier classical music events in the country. The Hall also hosts seasonal musical and dance spectaculars presented by Hearts Aflame Productions, featuring some of the country’s finest performance artists. In 2016, an exciting new Festival was launched in Tyalgum. The O’Heart Festival is a three day, conscious living indie folk festival, now held annually throughout the village on the last weekend in August. This festival is deeply rooted in environmental awareness, alternative energy technologies and sustainability solutions. Body Mind and Spiritual healing are a big part of the event, bringing yoga, singing,
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Flutterbies Cottage Cafe is a gorgeous place to stop and experience a slice of old world charm and a feeling of yesteryear, with a menu reminiscent of Grandma’s nourishment yet with a modern edge, which many people feel is like stepping into another world. You’ll discover ‘Double or Nothing’, the award winning in-house coffee micro roaster featuring a state of the art slayer machine, a fabulous Gin Bar and an elegant High Tea Room. Some locals pop down on horseback for a cuppa, and visitors have been known to drop in by the occasional helicopter! Vintage car groups regularly roll out for a Sunday drive, lining up their prized beauties down the main street, while they tuck into a hearty lunch. Every Friday night Flutterbucks hosts a Pizza Night, showcasing great local musical talent in a relaxed and laid back, family environment.
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The Tweed Valley was once a massive shield volcano almost twice the height that Wollumbin Mt Warning is today. Its eruptions weren’t explosive, but rather slow molten lava rising to the surface over long periods of time. The Tweed volcano once stood 2km high with lava flowing for 3 million years across more than 7000 square kms. In the 20 million years since, the landscape has been eroded by the elements leaving the remnant central vent. The ring of remnant mountain ranges form a cauldron known as the Tweed Caldera. Over 40 km in diameter, it is the largest in the southern hemisphere and one of the largest in the world. Wollumbin Mt Warning now stands at 1157m above sea level and can be seen from almost every location in the Tweed.
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Australia’s Green Cauldron
Nominated by Tourism Australia as one of the country’s
The Parks of the Tweed let you experience the majesty
16 ‘National Landscapes’, the Tweed lies at the very heart
and tranquility of some of the best World Heritage listed
of Australia’s Green Cauldron and celebrates a unique
national parks in Australia on walking tracks ranging from
200m to 32km. Most parks are accessible with a regular
The region has 12 National Parks and offers amazing
2WD vehicle, however it is best to check details before
experiences for the avid traveller. Hike Wollumbin Mt
setting out. Top spots to explore include:
Warning - the remnant of an ancient volcano that is now
• Wollumbin National Park
a living Gondwanan rainforest; or drive the Rainforest Way
• Border Ranges National Park
around the bio-diverse region to discover sacred stories
• Nightcap National Park
with Aboriginal guides.
• Mebbin National Park
World Heritage Listed National Parks The Tweed is home to five World Heritage listed national
• Cudgen Nature Reserve Cook Island
parks. Wollumbin Mt Warning, Nightcap National Park
Some of the best experiences can be found below the
and the Border Ranges National Parks have walking tracks
waves. Cook Island is a small volcanic outcrop 600m
and scenic lookouts. Limpinwood Nature Reserve and
offshore from Fingal Head and is a beautiful marine
Numinbah Nature Reserve are also World Heritage listed
playground. It was declared an Aquatic Reserve in 1998
but do not offer public access. These five parks form part
to protect the biodiversity of the islands reef system. It
of the ‘Gondwana Rainforests of Australia’ and include the
provides a permanent home for green and loggerhead
most extensive areas of subtropical rainforest in the world.
turtles, as well as a stunning variety of tropical and sub-
Flora and Fauna The Tweed is one of the richest and most diverse regions
tropical species of fish, nudibranchs, rays, eels and octopus, clownfish, bullseyes, gropers, leatherjackets, parrotfish, puffer fish, surgeonfish, sweetlips and trevally.
for flora and fauna in Australia. In fact, there are more species of fish, birds, amphibians and mammals in the Tweed than there are in Kakadu. When exploring national parks and driving country roads it is important to be aware of your footprint and to minimise your impact on the environment. Always ensure you take rubbish with you and dispose of it responsibly. Stick to designated walking tracks. Remember “take only memories and leave only footprints”. visitthetweed.com.au
national parks The region is home to twelve National Parks including five that have been recognised with ‘World Heritage Listed’ classification. To walk among the ancient forest giants is an experience unlike any other.
Wollumbin National Park The rainforests of the World Heritage listed Wollumbin National Park are part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. Highlights: The Lyrebird track is a 300m walk that leads from Mount Warning Road, across Breakfast Creek to a lookout set in subtropical rainforest. Access: 15km SW of Murwillumbah off Kyogle Road. Follow Kyogle Road until you see the turn off to Mount Warning Road. Limited parking is available at the base of Wollumbin Mt Warning.
Border Ranges National Park This Park is on the western rim of the ancient Tweed volcano and lies within the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia. Explore World Heritage rainforests, Antarctic beech forests dating back 2000 years and bushwalking tracks with incredible lookouts. Highlights: The spectacular Tweed Scenic Drive (unsealed) loops through the eastern half of the Park. The Pinnacle Lookout offers the most amazing views of Wollumbin Mt Warning. It is from here that you can see the vastness of the ancient Caldera as it encircles Mount Warning and stretches towards the ocean. There are 10 walking tracks on offer, ranging from 200m to 10.5km. Access: 38km west of Murwillumbah off Kyogle Road. Follow Kyogle Road west to Lillian Rock. Once you’ve reached Lillian Rock turn right onto Williams Road. From here the route is signposted.
Nightcap National Park & Whian Whian State
Cudgen Nature Reserve
Cudgen Nature Reserve is a quiet spot near the coastal
Located on the southern rim of the volcano, Nightcap was
village of Cabarita Beach. It is perfect for bird watching,
declared a National Park over 30 years ago and Whian
sailing, canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding,
Whian State Conservation Area was created in 2003. In this
swimming and picnics. The beach is only 1.5km from the
World Heritage listed area youâ€™ll find waterfalls and creeks
lake and offers safe swimming, surfing and fishing.
as well as hiking, cycling and horse riding trails.
Highlights: Escape the crowds and head to the picnic area
Highlights: Camp in the forest at Rummery Park, take a
for some peace and tranquility. The lake is shallow and is a
short walk to Minyon Falls, visit Protestors Falls or set out
fantastic spot for bird watching and water sports.
on an adventurous hike. There are 8 walking tracks on offer
Access: 22km from Tweed Heads. Drive south on the
ranging from 1.4km to 32km.
Pacific Highway. Take the Tweed Coast Road exit at
Access: The parks are 30km south-east of Murwillumbah,
Chinderah. Follow the signs to Cabarita Beach/Bogangar.
you can reach them via five separate public roads from the
Turn right at Tamarind Avenue and continue to Willow
south (all are unsealed).
Avenue until you reach the Nature Reserve. Safety First Itâ€™s great to escape city life and explore our spectacular
Mebbin National Park
national parks and reserves. However, these are natural
Mebbin lies at the base of the south-western rim of the
environments so you need to take precautions when
Caldera and shares its boundary with the Border Ranges.
planning your adventure.
Highlights: Picnicking and camping are available at Cutters
Some national parks charge a vehicle entry fee.
Camp. From Cutters Camp take a 900m (return) walk to
Access to parks is often via narrow and unsealed roads that
Byrrill Creek. Explore rainforest and strands of ancient figs.
at times can be unsuitable for 2WD. Please use caution
Access: 35km south-west of Murwillumbah. Take Kyogle Road from Murwillumbah, turn right onto Byrrill Creek Road and follow Cutters Camp Road to the campground (narrow and unsealed).
when navigating to your destination. Sometimes a bit of planning makes all the difference. Before setting out it is important to check the very latest information at nationalparks.nsw.gov.au
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things to do
So much to do! Whether you are into action and adventure, wet and wild water sports or something a little more relaxing, you’ll find plenty to pass the time in the Tweed.
Golf Tee off from any one of the 7 courses located through the Tweed: Coolangatta & Tweed Heads, Club Banora, Chinderah, Pottsville, Murwillumbah, Rachel Hetherington Golf Range and Foxy’s Golf Club. Parkrun Stay healthy on holidays and join the locals for a 5km Parkrun every Saturday morning. Kingscliff Parkrun starts at Salt Village 8am (NSW time) and Kirra Parkrun starts at 7am (QLD time). It’s free to join. You are timed, but encouraged to have fun and run at your own pace. Bowling Get some friends together for tenpin or enjoy a leisurely game of lawn bowls. There are bowling facilities at: Tweed Heads Bowls Club, South Tweed Sports Club, Twin Towns Club Banora Bowls, Tweed Tenpin, Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club, Cudgen Leagues Club, Condong Bowling Club, Cabarita Beach Sport Club, Pottsville Beach Sport Club and Burringbar Sports Club. Bird Watching The Tweed has some of the best bird watching on the East Coast. Go it alone or join the members of Birdlife Northern Rivers on one of their monthly outings.
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Don’t leave your board at home. There are skate parks in
The waterways of the Tweed have beautiful spots to swim,
Murwillumbah, Cabarita Beach and South Tweed. There’s
barbeque or overnight on a houseboat. Hire a houseboat
also an indoor skate rink at Tweed Heads.
from Berger Houseboat Hire at the Tweed Marina in
Tweed Heads and take a few days to motor up river via the beaches of the Tweed Estuary past Stotts Island rainforest
The Tweed has flat cycle paths along the coast or
and the lush cane fields. Tweed River Boat Hire have
undulating rides through the hills and valleys. There are
dinghies, cruisers and barbeque boats available.
cycle paths that link the villages of the Tweed Coast. If you’re up for the challenge you can cycle 37km along the beachside from Pottsville to the NSW/QLD border at Tweed Heads. Bike hire is available from Coast Cyclery, Tweed Heads, Watersports Guru, Kingscliff, Kingscliff Cycle Centre and Cabarita Beach Cycles. Public Pools Tweed Council operates three Aquatic Centres. Murwillumbah has indoor and outdoor pools, a teaching pool, hydrotherapy pool, kids interactive play pools, diving boards and giant hill water slide. The Kingscliff centre has an outdoor heated pool and a teaching pool, and Tweed Heads South has an indoor heated pool and teaching pool. River Cruises
Kayaking Experience the Tweed waterways from the unique perspective of a kayak. Head out on the open water with the team from Mount Warning Tours on an ocean kayak adventure. Or explore Cudgen Creek on a guided tour from Kingscliff to Cabarita with Watersports Guru. Beach, River & Dam Fishing There’s plenty of angling action to be had along the 37km of Tweed coastline, cast from the open beaches, headlands or around the river and creek mouths. Northern Rivers Sport Fishing offer guided bass kayak fishing charters on the Tweed River and Clarrie Hall Dam. Drop into Tweed Tackle and Marine in South Tweed for bait, gear and advice.
There are active river cruises where you can catch a feast of mud crabs, go pumping for yabbies, feed wild pelicans and throw in a fishing line as you cruise the Terranora Broadwater. Or you can relax on a rainforest river cruise to the historic riverport of Tumbulgum.
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JOONGURRA (PELICAN) CRUISE BE guided on an enlightening look into our past by members of local Aboriginal descendants as they retrace the steps of their elders and ancestors on their traditional country where they once hunted and gathered and lived off the land. As authentic as it gets!
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GREEN CAULDRON PANORAMA & Wildscapes Art Gallery
• • • • • • • • • Be surrounded by a panoramic 20 metre detailed painting of the
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Free admission Magniﬁcent panoramic views The Margaret Olley Art Centre Seven exhibition spaces, a workshop and an education area Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence Studio Gallery Cafe with indoor and outdoor seating Gallery Shop Research library Accessible facilities, including a lift and set-down area Undercover parking
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Showcasing the cultural and natural history of the Tweed Shire
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The stunning Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley
branches of the Tweed River Regional Museum are a
Art Centre house six exhibition spaces, a Gallery Shop, an
unique journey into the history, people and places of the
education facility, the Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residence
majestic Tweed Valley.
Studio, a research library and café. With magnificent panoramic views of the Valley, a visit to the Gallery is a rich and rewarding experience. The Gallery Café offers fine food, coffee and delicious cakes. The Gallery’s program includes exhibitions, public events and activities for children and adults. It is the home of the
Art & Craft Markets Nowhere is the Tweed’s outstanding pool of artistic talent more evident than at art and craft markets held every weekend throughout the region. Browse the stalls, talk to artists and pick up a lasting, individual memory of your visit.
biennial Olive Cotton Award for photographic portraiture
Studios & Art Classes
and the Border Art Prize for Tweed resident artists.
If you’d like to explore your own creative talent and
The Margaret Olley Art Centre features a re-creation of her
discover your inner artist, the Tweed has inspiring art
studio, elements of her home and works of art from her
classes for everyone. Artable at Kingscliff run classes and
collection. Margaret Olley spent much of her childhood in
workshops all year round. Andy from Caldera Wildscapes
the Northern Rivers area. She was born in Lismore in 1923
offers regular weekend classes and private tuition and the
and grew up in the Murwillumbah area.
artists of Murwillumbah’s M-Arts Precinct conduct regular
Visitors will find stimulating exhibitions of artwork from
classes and workshops.
the Gallery’s growing collection, and displays of regional, national and international art and craft. Art Galleries
Art Events & Trails The Murwillumbah Art Trail (themurwillumbaharttrail. com) is a week-long event in May that showcases over 60
The Northern Rivers proudly boasts more artists per
established and emerging artists of the Tweed Valley and
capita than any other region in Australia. Art galleries are
surrounds. During Trail week, the town and shops become
dotted throughout the region and showcase the work
the gallery and visitors are invited to follow the exhibition
of local artists inspired by the landscape, wildlife, history,
trail which includes established galleries, artists’ studios,
community and spirituality of our diverse region. Nationally
pop up galleries and public art.
and internationally renowned collections and competitions
The Treasures of the Tweed Mural is a public mural along
are regular events and ever-changing collections ensure that each visit will bring a diverse new cultural experience. Museums The Tweed’s colourful history is preserved by historical
the Murwillumbah flood levee wall that was painted to celebrate the Tweed Shire’s vast biodiversity. On the opposite side of the flood wall (river side) you can see the second longest, legal street-art wall in the world!
societies based at Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah and Uki.
You can visit the Green Cauldron panorama at Wildscapes
Spanning the Shire from the coast to the mountains, the
Art Gallery and studio.
Explore the Tweed Coast suburb of Casuarina and you may be lucky enough to stumble across Osteria, an Italian inspired meeting place for family & friends. A restaurant focused on sourcing from local suppliers and providing organic food from their garden to your plate. A local’s favourite in the community for coffee & breakfast, lunch with their children as they play on the playground or a cosy dinner to share with friends. More than a restaurant, it is one of the leading wedding venues on the Tweed Coast.
Located on the Kingscliff foreshore, Taverna is the newest jewel in the Tweed Coast’s crown. The Greek inspired menu is designed to share and only uses the freshest produce from the region. With an extensive wine and cocktail menu, Taverna boasts ocean views out over Kingscliff’s pristine beach, Taverna is the perfect place for a long lunch or a dinner with friends.
Bombay Cricketer’s Club is a modern Indian-fusion restaurant with a strong emphasis placed on delivering a creative, vibrant and fresh menu. All dishes are designed to be shared and are complemented by an innovative cocktail and drinks list. Open for dinner (exc. Tuesday) & lunch on Saturday/Sunday. Shop 3 / 49-61, Salt Village. Bells Boulevard, Kingscliff NSW 2487 02 66 741 033
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Boundless fresh produce, simply stunning fresh seafood and an endless variety of dining options make the Tweed a gourmet traveller’s dream.
The Tweed’s warm, subtropical climate and idyllic lifestyle attract chefs from around the globe and the abundance of quality produce has inspired a diverse and eclectic regional cuisine. Touring the lush hinterland is an absolutely delicious voyage of discovery with roadside stalls filled with an amazing variety of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables. Picturesque rural villages offer teashops, cafés and classic country pubs where you can chat with the locals over a cold one. With their classic pub architecture and memorabilia, each hotel has a fascinating story. Exploring the beachside villages and resorts from Tweed Heads to Pottsville reveals some of the coast’s most awarded and innovative eateries, from Fins in Kingscliff (winner of 22 consecutive “Chefs’ Hats’) to scores of unique and creative restaurants, cafés and diners. You can start your day with breakfast at a beachfront café on Kingscliff’s ‘eat street’, follow up with a lunch at Cabarita Beach and a enjoy gourmet dinner at Salt Village or Casuarina. The Tweed is also renowned for its colourful sports clubs and Surf Life Saving clubs which offer great value dining and a vibrant entertainment scene. Chill out on a breezy balcony at a local club and dine with absolute ocean front views. Weekly farmers’ markets give you a chance to sample Tweed specialties like native fingerlimes plucked straight from the orchard at Chillingham and you might even get to chat with the farmers who grow them.
Exotic fruits such as Buddha’s hand fruit, Japanese yuzu, kaffir
spoiled for choice. Quality seafood restaurants and fish ‘n’ chip
lime, dragon fruit and chocolate fruit thrive in the Tweed’s rich
shops abound throughout the Tweed Coast.
soils. At Tropical Fruit World and Buck’s Farm you can tour the
Tweed River oysters are grown in beds around the Terranora
orchards and taste fresh picked fruit.
Inlet and mud-crabs and spanner crabs thrive in the
Tweed Heads is the home of the local fishing fleet and fishing
trawlers head off-shore daily. The endless waterways and
Local seafood is available from outlets along Kennedy Drive
beaches of the Tweed are a fisherman’s paradise but if you prefer your fish from a monger or a menu, you will still be
and you can buy the freshest catch direct from the trawlers at Tweed Marina on River Terrace in Tweed Heads.
Waterfront dining www.ghseafoods.com.au 2 River Terrace, Tweed Heads 44
Scales Seafood is a multi-award winning seafood market that supplies the freshest seafood on the Tweed Coast, offering a range of 100% local prawns, fish, crabs, mussels, bugs, scallops and oysters. Have one of the professional staff fillet your choice of fish, or choose from the large display of fresh seafood. Have your fresh seafood wrapped to go or enjoy takeaway in the park by the river. Open 9am â€“ 7.30pm (NSW time)
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The Temple Door Cooking School 100% hands on classes in a modern Bali style atmosphere 15mins from Gold Coast Airport, with stunning views over the Tweed Valley to Mount Warning. We will guide you step by step to create mouth-watering dishes from around the world using local ingredients. Learn food styling tricks so you can plate up like a professional. Relax - Enjoy! Depart with recipes, certificate and gained confidence in your cooking skills. 0408 636 520 9 Valley View Place, Terranora email@example.com www.thetempledoor.com.au
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The Café (AKA Two Pines Café) is a relaxing stopover “Queensland Style” with amazing mountain views 1km from the Natural Bridge section of the Springbrook National Park. It is midway between Nerang and Murwillumbah (35kms either way) on the Nerang-Murwillumbah Rd at Natural Bridge on National Route 97. The hamburgers, Devonshire Teas, beer/wine, meals and other light refreshment choices are the perfect fare for morning and afternoon tea or lunch. 3175 Nerang Murwillumbah Rd Natural Bridge. Qld 4211 07 55336140 Tues-Sun 10am-4pm
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Quiet and comfortable accommodation opposite Quiet and comfortable accommodation the beautiful Tweed River. Only 5 minutes from opposite the beautiful Tweed River. 5 local beaches and a 15 minute drive fromOnly the Gold minutes from local beaches and a 15 minute Coast Airport. Whether for business or pleasure drive the Lights Gold Coast Airport. Whether you willfrom find City Motel is well located and for business or pleasure you will find City offers friendly service at a reasonable price. Lights is well located and friendly Free WifiMotel and Foxtel. Swimming Pool,offers BBQ area service at a reasonable price. Free WiFi, and coin in the slot guest laundry facilities are all Swimming Pool, BBQ area and coin in the part of the service.
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Murwillumbah Visitor Centre email@example.com Murwillumbah Railway Station, Tweed Valley Way Murwillumbah NSW 2484 02 6672 1340
Kingscliff Visitor Centre firstname.lastname@example.org Marine Parade, Kingscliff NSW 2487 02 6674 8064
Where the Estuary meets the sea. Hastings Cove holiday apartments enjoy direct access to the estuary and are just across the road from the beach on the beautiful Tweed Coast. So quiet yet so close to all you need. We are 20 minutes from Gold Coast Airport and 25 minutes from Byron Bay Our 2 bedroom apartments are fully self contained with full kitchen and laundry facilities in every apartment and can sleep up to 6. 2 Creek St Hastings Point 02 6676 3999
Mt Warning Rainforest Park Mount Warning Rainforest Park, offers accommodation at the base of the iconic mountain. Self-contained cabins, powered and unpowered sites for caravans and camping in a peaceful rainforest setting. With a burbling creek, abundant bird life and easy access to the National Park and nearby villages, Mt Warning Rainforest Park is a tranquil and unique holiday destination or weekend retreat. 153 Mount Warning Rd Mount Warning 02 6679 5010 email@example.com mtwarningrainforestpark.com
La Maison Pacifique “The Peaceful House” Casuarina A stunning beachfront property located ½ way between the Gold Coast and Byron Bay and with easy access to the hinterland. With 4 marble bathrooms and 5 bedrooms (sleeping up to 10 people), this stylish beach house has every possible amenity you could wish for – and more. A true, light filled home away from home with designer touches and luxury at every turn. Perfect for getaways with family and friends. 6 Beason Crt, Casuarina NSW 2487 Di Hendy: +61 411 052 759 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lamaisonpacifique.com
Carters Car Rental
Pyramid Holiday Park PARK FACILITIES • Swimming Pool • Playground • TV & Games Room • Free Wi-Fi • Camp Kitchen • BBQ Area • Kiosk • Gas Refill and Ice • Public Phone • Laundry & Amenities
Phone 1800 617 323 STREET 145 Kennedy Drive Tweed Heads EMAIL email@example.com WEB pyramidpark.com.au
Epic Skate Epic Skate Rink is the only Roller Skating rink on the Gold Coast/Tweed. The awesome staff can help any new skater get up and going. We have Learn to Skate every Saturday morning & Monday evenings. We have general skating sessions 5 days a week with the most popular skate sessions every Saturday and Sunday. Epic Skate has awesome catered birthday parties for all ages and don’t forget our rollersports. 075523 9660 firstname.lastname@example.org 20/23 Enterprise Ave, Sth Tweed Heads www.epicskate.com.au
Coast Cyclery Bicycle Shop We sell, repair and hire bikes. We stock Avanti, Felt, Focus, Pinarello, Malvern Star, Breezer, Haro, and Hoka One One Running Shoes. BIKE HIRE Hybrids, Cruisers & Kids Bikes 4 hours - $20 24 hours- $30 Weekly - $100 Call for road bike availability and prices. Baby seat and kids trailer available. Pop in and say g’day. 51 Wharf St Tweed Heads, NSW 2485 07 5599 3312 email@example.com coastcyclery.com.au
Bus Concepts Transfers Air Conditioned 13 seat mini bus, local company, local driver. • Airports
• Byron Bay
• Tweed Shire
• Surfers Paradise
• Theme Parks
• Social Events
• Corporate Events
Phone or text to 0456 816 925 firstname.lastname@example.org
A local business established 30 years, providing a friendly and professional service with a great range of budget priced rental vehicles. Travel through the Tweed and Gold Coast areas as well as extended travel between Brisbane and Byron Bay. Prices start from $29.90 per day when hiring 7+ days and include GST, insurance and all fees and charges. Free pick up from Gold Coast airport and local accommodation. Phone 07 5536 2806 / 1800 646 156 street Unit 10/63 Ourimbah Road, Tweed Heads email email@example.com web carterscarrental.com.au
activities / services
PARK ACCOMMODATION • Ensuite Sites are our specialty • 2 Bedroom Villas • Budget Cabins • Powered Sites • Camping Sites • Storage
weddings & events
Whether you’re planning a conference, business event, wedding, hens, bucks, birthday or the party-to-end-all-parties, the Tweed is the perfect destination.
With Gold Coast Airport serviced by low cost flights from all major cities, regional centres and key international hubs, access to the Tweed venues is easy and affordable. So, if you’re dreaming about a special place to say “I Do” and a romantic honeymoon escape or looking for a new and exciting conference venue, the Tweed is the place for you! The Tweed is renowned for its natural beauty, World Heritage listed national parks and as a place to reinvigorate mind and body. It also has some inspiring locations for corporate events and team-building workshops. Whatever the occasion the team at Destination Tweed can put you in touch with the right person, place or service via our extensive network of contacts. Just call 1800 674 414 for more information. For conference organisers we can provide you with highresolution images and video footage to promote your next event. We can provide you with collateral about the region as well as information on products and services. If you are planning a wedding or honeymoon we can connect you with local wedding services to ease the stress of planning your day and provide recommendations and bookings for accommodation, day tours, transport and more. If you’d like more information, contact the team at Destination Tweed and we’ll do our very best to help. You can also visit our website to download a copy of the Weddings, Conferences & Events brochure from visitthetweed.com.au.
enrich your spirit
Behold the biggest and most beautiful natural crystals in the world. Walk among gods through stunning botanical gardens and rainforest. Find yourself in an ancient labyrinth. Touch the world peace stupa blessed by the Gyuto Monks of Tibet. Indulge in delicious views, local coffee and food. Ignite the senses and discover the jewel of Byron.
Open 7 days 10am-5pm (NSW time) 81 Monet Dr, Mullumbimby NSW, Australia
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Crystal Creek Murwillumbah
Mt Burrell Border Ranges National Park
Clarrie Hall Dam
Wollumbin Mt Warning Circuit
Border Ranges Circuit
Explore the Caldera by car and discover the quaint towns
Border Ranges National Park is one of Northern NSW’s
and villages of the Tweed Valley. Start at the Visitor
best kept secrets. An unsealed road takes you along the
Information Centre in Murwillumbah to pick up a map.
western rim of the ancient Caldera. Here you will find
Stop for morning tea in the main street and explore the
World Heritage rainforests, Antarctic beech forests dating
1940s art deco architecture. Head out to Crystal Creek,
back 2000 years and bushwalking tracks with spectacular
Chillingham and Limpinwood where you can experience
lookouts. Start at the Visitor Information Centre in
stunning views of the western rim of the Caldera. On to
Murwillumbah, travel to Uki before a picnic at Clarrie Hall
Tyalgum for lunch then make your way through Eungella.
Dam, or continue down the road for Crams Farm Reserve.
From here you can head back to Murwillumbah or
Visit Mt Burrell and on to the Border Ranges National
journey a little further to the charming village of Uki.
Park’s spectacular lookouts and 10 walking trails. Either head back to Murwillumbah via Tweed Range Road or complete the loop through the Border Ranges and south to Kyogle. On your way home drop into the Guinea’s Farm Stall (just past the Mt Warning turn-off).
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Margaret Olley Art Centre
Tweed Coast Art & History Trail
Drive the Coastal Art Trail to take Tweed Valley Art & History Trail The beauty of the Tweed Valley has inspired and attracted many artists. On this trail, you can see their work in local galleries, watch them create new pieces in their studios and step back in time at some historic sites. Start at Tumbulgum, the Tweed’s oldest village. Visit the Tumbulgum Gallery, the historic Tavern and at North Tumbulgum you can explore the historic cemetery. Visit Red Rattlers Gallery at Dungay. Journey to Murwillumbah for the Caldera Wildscapes Art Gallery & Studio, M-Arts Precinct, Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre and Tweed Regional Museum.
in beautiful beaches and coastal
villages that are the inspiration for some of our most iconic local art and photography. Start at the Tweed Heads Visitor Information Centre to pick up a map. Visit the
Captain Cook Memorial at Point Danger and Café D’Bar Art Gallery. In Tweed Heads visit the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre and Tweed Regional Museum. Travel south to Fingal Head and explore the unique rock formation of the Giant’s Causeway and the Sheoak Shack Gallery Café. Get hands-on in Kingscliff and take an art class at Artable. In the creative village of Cabarita Beach you’ll find Coastal
Murwillumbah is also popular for its art deco buildings.
Visions Gallery & Café. Complete your day with sunset
Finish your journey with a visit to The Old Butter Factory at
views from the top of Norries Headland.
Uki which is now an artistic hub. visitthetweed.com.au
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Murwillumbah T algum Ty Mavis’s Wollumbin Kitchen Mt Warning Rainforest Cafe
Salt Village Casuarina
Tweed Valley Eats & Treats Trail
Tweed Coast Eats & Treats Trail
Murwillumbah is home to a number of providores who use
Begin with breakfast in Kingscliff. See, taste and learn
local produce in their cafes and restaurants. Stroll the main
about exotic and local fruit at Tropical Fruit World in
street to take your pick of cafes and restaurants.
Duranbah. Enjoy a scenic drive to Madura Tea Estates,
On your way to Mount Warning stock up on fresh produce
Australia’s first subtropical tea plantation. Take a break by
at the Guinea Farm Stall and stop for lunch at Mavis’s
the river at Tumbulgum.
Kitchen or the Rainforest Café. Visit the charming shops
The drive to Carool climbs the foothills in the McPherson
and cafes at Uki. Continue around the Caldera for a scenic
Ranges. Take the scenic rainforest route via Hogans
rainforest drive via Byrrill Creek Road (partly unsealed) or
Road or travel along Terranora Road. At Carool visit Ilnam
head back towards Murwillumbah for the alternative turn
Estate Winery and Potager Kitchen Garden. Journey to
off to Tyalgum (sealed) where you can enjoy afternoon tea
Tweed Heads for a seafood feast and hop on board a crab
at Flutterbies Café. Experience a hands-on farm tour at
catching or rainforest river cruise.
Chillingham Bush Tucker before heading to Tumbulgum
Treat yourself to dinner at Salt Village or Casuarina, home
Tavern to watch the sunset over the river.
G O L D
C O A S T
to award winning restaurants and celebrated chefs.
A U S T R A L I A
Gold Coast WILDLIFE ATTRACTION BOOK ONLINE AND SAVE WITH ADULTS @ KIDS PRICES! You too can come face-to-face with extraordinary wildlife in exciting daily shows and hands-on encounters, in natural bushland and rainforest settings. Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is the ultimate holiday must-do!
CurrumbinSanctuary.com.au Join today and become a National Trust member - $65 Annual Membership With year-round access to Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary offering retail, food & beverage and photography discounts and free parking. Your membership allows access to over 1000 National Trust properties worldwide. Help us ‘protect, conserve and celebrate’ environmental, built and cultural heritage.
By Car (Direct) – The Pacific Motorway
Ballina/Byron Gateway Airport provides access from
Australia’s main east coast highway - runs through the
domestic and regional centres.
Tweed region, making it a convenient stopover and a highlight of the Legendary Pacific Coast Touring Route.
By Bus/Coach Regular bus services operated by Greyhound Australia,
By Car – via the Scenic Route
Premier Motor Service and Trainlink stop throughout the
The Pacific Motorway offers direct access to the Tweed
Tweed region providing transport to/from Sydney, Byron
and there are scenic routes from the Tweed to the Gold Coast, Brisbane, Byron Bay and Lismore that you may like to explore.
Bay, the Gold Coast and Brisbane. Airtrain Connect Airtrain is the Airport Rail Link at Brisbane Airport which
offers seamless travel between Brisbane Airport, Brisbane
The Tweed is serviced by both the Gold Coast Airport and
City and the Gold Coast.
Brisbane Airport. Both offer easy access from all major
Regular services depart daily.
Australian and international destinations.
Beechmont Numinbah State Forest
Nerang 25km, Springbrook NP 10km, Lamington NP
Lamington National Park
Ri Neglected Mtn
Mt Chinghee (Bung Bung)
Mt Hutley Forest Tops
Eden Creek State Forest
Tourist route Baraimal Thoroughfare (sealed)
im b in
Coffee Camp Jiggi Billygoat Mtn Walking trail or cycle path C Informationkcentre
PROPOSED LEGEND Post ofﬁce
Doon Doon Doughboy
Nightcap National Park Terania Creek & Protestors Falls Tuntable Falls
Nimbin Nimbin Rocks
Paciﬁc Highway; Interchange
Clarrie Hall Dam Crams Farm Reserve River Mount Jer Kunghur Midginbil National
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Boorabee State Forest
Wollumbin (Mt Warning)
K yo g l e
L E G E ND
Homeleigh Mtn Back
Wollumbin National Park
Cutters Mebbin Camp National Park
Green Pigeon Mtn
The Bar Mtn
The Pinnacle Lookout
Border Ranges National Park
Sheep Station Creek
Border Ranges National Park
Limpinwood Nature Reserve
Lamington QLD National Park
Numinbah Gap Lookout Numinbah Couchy Creek 34
Little Widgee Mtn
Chinghee Glenapp Mount Chinghee Creek
Numinbah Nature Reserve
Springbrook National Park Best of all Lookout
O’Reilly’s Natural Rainforest Retreat Bridge
Hillview Cliffs Lamington
Little Nerang Dam
Rocky Creek Dam
Koonorigan The Channon Lismore 45km
Picnic area Keerrong Camping area Modanville
Hiking or walking trails
World Heritage Area
Local road; Track
Safe swimming beach
West Burleigh Palm Beach Brisbane 95km Currumbin Tugun Tallebudgera
Mooball National Park
Burringbar Upper Burringbar Inner Pocket Nature Reserve
rusalem l Park
S O U T H
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Cudgen Nature Reserve
Tweed Regional Gallery
Stotts Island Nature Reserve
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Mooball Wooyung Crabbes Creek Yelgun Billinudgel Middle Pocket
O C E A N
South Golden Beach
Marshalls Creek Nature Reserve
Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve
Whian an SCA
Goonengerry National Park
Tyagarah Nature Reserve
Tyagarah Minyon Goonengerry Falls Repentance Coorabell Creek
Cape Byron Marine Park
Arakwal National Park
Ro Binna Burra Shopping centre Petrol station
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Tweed Heads South
Point Danger Lookout
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Gold Coast Airport
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getting around Taxi & Limousine Operators Tweed Heads Coolangatta Taxis
Driving Routes 13 34 22
Not sure where to go, or if you should turn left or right
Tweed Valley Taxi Service
02 6672 6666
at the next intersection? Call into the Visitor Information
Kingscliff Taxi Service
1300 992 487
Centres, located at Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah, and
Kingscliff Coast Limousines
02 6674 3974
Kingscliff to collect any of our themed driving routes, that will help you make your way around the region and
ensure that you donâ€™t miss out on anything along the
An extensive public transport network offers more than
480 daily services to shopping centres, pools, hospitals, colleges and other local destinations. Bus timetables are available from all Visitor Information
DISTANCE TO THE TWEED
Escorted Day Tours There are a number of day tours to experience the beautiful Tweed and its surrounding areas. Please contact one of our friendly Visitor Information Centres for more
1hr 10 mins
1hr 20 mins
Gold Coast Airport
information and bookings. Car Hire Most major car hire companies operate from the Gold Coast, Brisbane and Ballina Byron Gateway Airport or you can rent a vehicle in the region from:
Carterâ€™s Reliable Car Rentals
1800 646 156
Economy Rental Cars
07 5536 8104
Hertz Car Rental
07 5599 4999
members directory STAY Berger Houseboats Holidays Tweed Heads South bergerhouseboats.com.au
07 5524 3222
BIG 4 Tweed Billabong Holiday Park Tweed Heads South 07 5524 2444 tweedbillabong.com.au Blue Pelican Motel Tweed Heads bluepelicanmotel.com.au
07 5536 1777
Colonial Tweed Holiday & Home Park Tweed Heads South 07 5524 2999 colonialtweed.com.au Cooks Endeavour Motor Inn Tweed Heads 07 5536 5399 cooksendeavourmotorinn.com Corporate Boardies Pty Ltd Kingscliff corporateboardies.com
1300 546 472
Crystal Creek Rainforest Retreat Upper Crystal Creek 02 6679 1591 ccrr.com.au ecOasis Resort Uki ecoasis.com.au
02 6679 5959
EconoLodge Murwillumbah choicehotels.com.au
02 6672 2022
Gallery Motel Murwillumbah poinciana.com.au
02 6672 3666
Halcyon House Cabarita Beach halcyonhouse.com.au
02 6676 1444
Hastings Cove Apartments Hastings Point hastingscove.com
02 6676 3999
Hillcrest Mountain View Retreat Upper Crystal Creek 02 6679 1023 hillcrestbb.com.au Hosanna Farmstay Stokers Siding hosannafarmstay.com.au
02 6677 9023
Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff 1800 552 723 Ingeniaholidays.com.au/Kingscliff La Maison Pacifique Casuarina Lamaisonpaciffique.com
0411 052 759
LH Hooker Real estate Kingscliff Tweedcoastholidays.com.au Mantra on Salt Beach Kingscliff mantra.com.au/salt Mantra Twin Towns Tweed Heads mantratwintowns.com.au
02 6671 4100
02 6670 5000
07 5536 2121
Marine Boutique Apartments Kingscliff 02 6674 4037 kingscliffmarine.com.au Mt Warning Rainforest Park Mt Warning 02 6679 5120 mtwarningrainforestpark.com Mt Warning/Murwillumbah Backpackers (YHA) Murwillumbah 02 6672 3763 yha.com.au/hostels/nsw/byron-bay-andsurrounds/murwillumbah-accommodationmt-warning/ Murwillumbah Hotel & Apartments Murwillumbah 02 6672 1139 murwillumbahhotel.com.au North Star Holiday Resort Hastings Point northstar.com.au
02 6676 1234
Paradiso Resort Kingscliff paradisoresort.com.au
02 6674 5744
Peppers Salt Resort & Spa Salt Village, Kingscliff peppers.com.au/salt
02 6674 7777
Pyramid Holiday Park Tweed Heads pyramidpark.com.au
07 5536 3666
Rainbow Bay Realty Pty Ltd Rainbow Bay myrbr.com.au
07 5589 8611
Ramada Hotel & Suites Ballina ramadaballina.com.au
02 6618 1000
Reflections Coolangatta Beach Coolangatta 07 5589 6999 reflectionscoolangattabeach.com.au Santai Retreat Casuarina santairetreat.com.au Sunrise Cove Apartments Kingscliff sunrisecove.com.au
Teretre Cabins - Nimbin Nimbin teretre.com.au The Beach Cabarita Cabarita Beach thebeachcabarita.com.au The Garden Gallery B&B Murwillumbah
02 6689 1908
1800 256 911
0449 719 617
Tropical Coast Retreat Duranbah petfriendlyretreat.com.au
02 6677 7594
Tweed Central Motel Tweed Heads tweedcentralmotel.com.au
07 5536 6620
Tweed Coast Holidays Parks Boyds Bay Tweed Heads South 07 5524 3306 tchp.com.au Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Fingal Fingal Head tchp.com.au Tweed Coast Holidays Parks Hastings Point Hastings Point tchp.com.au Tweed Coast Holiday Park Kingscliff Beach Kingscliff tchp.com.au Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Kingscliff North Kingscliff tchp.com.au Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Pottsville North Pottsville tchp.com.au Tweed Coast Holiday Parks Pottsville South Pottsville tchp.com.au
07 5524 2208
02 6676 1049
02 6674 1311
02 6674 1071
02 6676 1221
02 6676 1050
Tweed Harbour Motor Inn Tweed Heads 07 5536 6066 tweedharbourmotel.com.au 02 6672 3933
02 6670 5500
Tweed River Motel Murwillumbah tweedrivermotel.com.au
07 5599 3500
02 6674 5046
Tweed Ultima Apartments Tweed Heads tweedultima.com.au
members directory EAT Bucks Farm Chillingham bucksfarm.com.au Café D’Bar Coolangatta cafedbar.co
02 6679 1022
07 5599 2031
Coolangatta Surf Life Saving Supporters Club Inc Coolangatta 07 5536 4648 coolangattasurfclub.com Cudgen Headland Surf Life Saving Club Kingscliff 02 6674 1573 cudgenslsc.org.au Fins Restaurant & Bar Salt Village, Kingscliff fins.com.au
02 6674 4833
Get Hooked Seafood Tweed Heads ghseafoods.com.au
07 5599 2343
Kingscliff Beach Hotel Kingscliff taphousegroup.com.au
02 6674 1406
Mavis’s Kitchens and Cabins Mt Warning 02 6679 5664 maviseskitchen.com.au Murwillumbah Services Club Murwillumbah 02 6672 1388 msmc.org.au Natural Arch Café Restaurant Natural Bridge 07 5533 6140 Osteria Casuarina osteriacasuarina.com.au
02 6674 9962
Potager – A Kitchen Garden Carool 07 5590 7403 potager.com.au Rainforest Café Mt Warning rainforestvenue.com Red Rattlers Gallery/Cafe Dungay Scales Seafoods Tweed Heads scalesseafood.com.au South Tweed Sports Club Tweed Heads South southtweedsports.com.au Star Buffet Seagulls Tweed Heads West starbuffet.com.au
02 6679 5955
02 6672 7254
Taverna Kingscliff taverna.net.au
02 6674 8762
Macadamia Castle Knockrow macadamiacastle.com.au
Tweed Art Gallery Café Murwillumbah tweedgallerycafe.com.au
02 6672 5088
Madura Tea Estate Clothiers Creek maduratea.com.au
02 6670 6000
M-Arts Precinct Murwillumbah m-arts.com.au
0455 320 920
02 6687 8432
Mount Warning Tours Tumbulgum 0422 405 011 mountwarningtours.com.au
Caldera Wildscapes Art Gallery & Studio Murwillumbah 0499 009 888 calderawildscapes.org
Murwillumbah Theatre Company Murwillumbah 0498 831 575 murwillumbahtheatrecompany.com.au
Catch a Crab Tweed Heads West catchacrab.com.au
Numinbah Valley Adventure Trails Numinbah Valley 07 5533 4137 numinbahtrails.com
Airways Aviation & Training Bilinga airwaysaviation.com
07 5599 9972
Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club Tweed Heads South 07 5524 4544 cooltweedgolf.com.au
Salt Village Retail Kingscliff saltvillage.com.au
Coolangatta Whale Watch Tweed Heads 0403 920 022 coolangattawhalewatch.com.au
Seagulls Club Tweed Heads West seagullsclub.com.au
Crystal Castle Mullumbimby crystalcastle.com.au
Stone and Wood Brewery Byron Bay stoneandwood.com.au
02 6684 3111
0414 706 714
07 5587 9000
02 6685 5173
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Currumbin 07 5534 1266 cws.org.au
Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk Tamborine North 07 5545 2222 rainforestskywalk.com.au
Discover Tyalgum Tyalgum discovertyalgum.com
0499 747 473
The Old Butcher Shop Gallery Chillingham 02 6679 1263
Epic Skate Rink Tweed Heads South epicskate.com.au
07 5523 9660
The Temple Door Cooking School Terranora 0408 636 520 thetempledoor.com.au
Gold Coast Skydive Coolangatta goldcoastskydive.com.au
02 6677 7222
07 5599 1920
Tropical Fruit World Duranbah tropicalfruitworld.com.au Tweed Tackle and Marine Tweed Heads South tackleandmarine.com.au
07 5523 3535
Heaths Old Wares & Collectables Burringbar 02 6677 1181 heathsoldwares.com.au
07 5536 6937
Husk Distillers Tumbulgum huskdistillers.com
07 5524 3655
Kingscliff Beach Bowls Club Kingscliff 02 6674 1404 kbbc.com.au
07 5587 9096
Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort Coolangatta 1800 072 200 ladyelliot.com.au
0406 063 040
Tweed City Shopping Centre Tweed Heads South 07 5524 4401 tweedcity.com.au Tweed Eco Cruises Tweed Heads tweedecocruises.com
07 5536 8800
Tweed Heads Bowls Club Tweed Heads thbc.com.au
07 5536 3800
Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Centre Murwillumbah 02 6670 2790 artgallery.tweed.nsw.gov.au Tweed Regional Museum Murwillumbah 02 6670 2493 museum.tweed.nsw.gov.au Tweed River Jockey Club Murwillumbah 02 6672 3672 tweedriverjockeyclub.com.au
PRACTICAL Bus Concepts Pty Ltd Coolangatta busconceptsptyltd.com Byron Easy Bus Byron Bay byroneasybus.com.au
0456 816 925
02 6685 7447
Carters Reliable Car Rentals Tweed Heads 07 5536 2806 carterscarrental.com.au
Hello Gold 11 Coast Magazine Isle of Capri 07 5538 3555 hellogoldcoast.com.au P Smith & Son Real Estate Murwillumbah psmithandson.com.au
02 6672 1007
Southern Cross University Bilinga 07 5589 3054 scu.edu.au/business-tourism Tweed Coast Weddings Casuarina casuarinaweddings.com.au
0437 891 512
Tweed Theatre Company Tweed Heads tweedtheatre.com.au
1800 674 414
Economy Rental Cars Bilinga economyrentalcars.com.au
07 5536 8104
Twin Towns Services Club Tweed Heads twintowns.com.au
07 5536 2277
Hertz Car Rental Tweed Heads hertz.com.au
07 5599 4999
Atlas Currency Exchange Coolangatta atlascurrency.com.au
1300 261 098
Tweed Heads – Visitor Centre Cnr of Wharf and Bay Streets 1800 674 414
07 5536 8217
Murwillumbah – Visitor Centre (Old Railway Station) 281 Tweed Valley Way 0266 721 340
Watersports Guru Kingscliff watersportsguru.com
0430 082 890
Crown Currency Exchange Coolangatta crowncurrecncy.com.au
Gold Coast Where Magazine Balmain 02 9555 7477 wheretraveler.com
Kingscliff – Visitor centre Marine Parade
0266 748 064
beach safety Tweed Coast beaches and waterways are magnificent but, like all beaches and waterways, they can be dangerous. Knowing how to stay safe at the beach is essential. • Always swim at beaches patrolled by lifeguards. • Always swim between the red and yellow flags. • Always read the Surf Conditions Board, if you are unsure of conditions ask a lifeguard. • Always swim or surf with a friend, never alone. • Supervise children at all times. • Never enter the water if you have been drinking alcohol or are under the influence of drugs. • Never run and dive into the water. Water conditions (and depth) can change. • Slip, slop, slap. Cover up, use sunscreen and wear a hat. • Leave the water immediately when requested by a lifeguard. • If you get in to trouble don’t panic. Raise your arm for help, float and wait for assistance. • If witnessing an in-water emergency dial triple zero (000) - Police. visitthetweed.com.au
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Everything you need to know about the Tweed. Mountains, surf, art, music, culture, fun, food, markets, events and adventure
Published on Mar 26, 2018
Everything you need to know about the Tweed. Mountains, surf, art, music, culture, fun, food, markets, events and adventure