The Kingscliff coastline consists of a series of golden beaches cradled between headlands. There are world-class surf breaks and a reef break on the southern edge of Kingscliff.
This region lies in close proximity to the Tweed Valley, the crater of a huge extinct volcano, now carpeted with a vivid green tapestry of farms and rainforest.
The New Tweed Coast is just a 15-minute drive from the Gold Coast Airport, which makes this an ideal choice for a short break.
Endowed with attractive street landscaping and some excellent cafÃ¯Â¿Â½s and restaurants, Kingscliff is becoming known as a gourmet destination.
Be sure to explore the region from an Aboriginal perspective at the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, which includes a museum, art gallery and souvenir shop, and explore the beautiful Tweed River. Take a relaxing cruise from Tweed Heads or hire a houseboat and discover the river for yourself. Also experience nightlife Tweed-style at one of the area's celebrated licensed clubs, such as the South Tweed Sports Club.
Saturday 22 March to
Saturday 22 March 2014
Childrens Fishing Workshop Kingscliff
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Australian Longboard Surfing Open
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Thursday 1 May to
Sunday 4 May 2014
Battle On the Border Cycling Festival
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Zanzibar Caf in Kingscliff. Image Sharyn Cairns
Mantra Resort on Salt Beach, Kingscliff. Image David Young, Northern Rivers Tourism
Swimming at Kingscliff Beach. Image David Young, Northern Rivers Tourism