Beaches in Kingscliff
Kingscliff is a developing lifestyle and leisure centre on the North Coast, with a series of striking beaches surrounded by coastal rainforests. Admire the golden sands and natural surrounds from the Fingal Head Lighthouse lookout point, a popular location for fishing, leisurely strolls and flying kites.
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 cafes 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.
Wednesday 25 March to Sunday 29 March 2015
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Saturday 14 March to Saturday 27 June 2015
Kingscliff Markets With a beautiful beachfront locatio
Kingscliff Beach boasts a pristine stretch of sand flanked by hinterland rainforest. Relax on the beach, go diving at the nearby Cook Island Marine Sanctuary or take the off-road walking track and discover the nearby coastal village of Pottsville. The beach is great for a range of activities such as fishing, surfing and paddleboarding.
The Kingscliff Markets are held on the second and fourth Saturday of every month and host a wide range of stalls featuring gourmet food, fresh produce, craft, art and fashion. Experience Kingscliff's night markets, Knightfest, on the first Friday of every month from 5 - 9pm and see the town light up with lanterns and live music.
Enjoy the independence of travelling on open roads during a caravan and camping holiday and stay in Kingscliff's great caravan parks. With caravan parks dotted along the coastline, choose from beachside or bush locations and immerse yourself in the region's natural surroundings.
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