Tweed Heads


The town's stretches of golden beach offer an array of fun-filled water activities including snorkelling, kayaking, canoeing, stand up paddleboarding, deep-sea and beach fishing, surfing and whale watching. Relax on secluded beaches such as Letitia Spit and Dreamtime Beach.

  • Tweed Heads
  • Coastal fishing

About Tweed Heads

The sub-tropical climate, great beaches and relaxed lifestyle make this a natural holiday spot. The Tweed region is also the place to see some of Australia's, and the world's, top surfers in action. Grafted onto those natural credentials is a huge array of leisure and recreation options, including some of the largest licensed clubs in the country.

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 Twin Towns Services Club.

  • Caravan Parks

    Enjoy the independence of travelling with a caravan holiday and choose from a great selection of caravan parks within the Tweeds region. Park your caravan on the white sands of Fingal Head and enjoy fishing, surfing and swimming in the Pacific Ocean. Head to Pottsville South and relax in nature by the calm waters of Mooball Creek.

  • Beaches

    With 35 km of golden sands and rolling surf, Tweed Heads is a great beach holiday destination. Visit Cabarita Beach and enjoy its relaxed and quiet atmosphere surrounded by areas of protected wetlands. Nearby, Kingscliff Beach boasts a pristine stretch of sand flanked by hinterland rainforest.

  • Walks

    Explore the World Heritage-listed rainforest area in Wollumbin National Park by walking upon the gently-sloping wooden ramp of the Lyrebird Walk. The Byrrill Creek walking track within Mebbin National Park takes you through a rainforest canopy, bangalow palms and eucalypts.


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