The Tweed Area attractions

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  1. Byrrill Creek Walking Track

    This short walk starts at Cutters Camp campground’s picnic area and passes through sub-tropical rainforest with an impressive stand of giant, ancient fig trees, all the way down to the peaceful and scenic Byrrill Creek. Along the way, you’…

  2. Cabarita Beach

    With large areas of protected wetlands and limited development, this creates a quiet, relaxed holiday atmosphere in Cabarita. Bounded by Nature Reserve to the north and west and the Pacific Ocean to the east, this small coastal village with…

  3. Clarrie Hall Dam

    Heading west of Murwillumbah, through Uki, and turning south on the Doon Doon Road, takes you to the Clarrie Hall Dam. Built on Doon Doon Creek, a tributary of the Tweed River, Clarrie Hall Dam has a storage capacity of 16,000 mega-litres o…

  4. Crystal Creek Miniatures

    Enjoy an hour long fun, informative, hands on walking tour and talk. Over 100 miniature animals are featured in the miniature animal collection on this working stud farm. As well as over 50 miniature horses, you'll see imported miniature ze…

  5. Cudgen Lake

    Cudgen Lake,is perfect for birdwatching, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming and picnicking. Just near the coastal villages of Cabarita Beach and Bogangar on the Tweed Coast, Cudgen Lake is a hidden wetland treasure surrounded by floodpl…

  6. Cudgen Nature Reserve

    Escape the Tweed Coast crowds and head to Cudgen Nature Reserve. Great for school excursions, with opportunities for fishing, canoeing, picnicking and birdwatching. Visit Cudgen Nature Reserve and you’ll quickly leave the hectic Tweed Coas…

  7. Duranbah Beach

    "Dee-bah", as it's known locally, is the most northerly beach in NSW; walk a few metres up onto the headland here on a summer's day and you'll find yourself in Queensland and in a different time-zone. Less than 200 metres in length, Duranba…

  8. Falcorostrum Loop Walking Track

    Falcorostrum loop walking track winds its way through one of the largest stands of beech in Border Ranges National Park. The best place to see ancient Antarctic beech trees is at the highest accessible point of the park. It is at the same …

  9. Fingal Head Lighthouse

    Fingal Head Lighthouse was erected in 1872 of stone and painted white, the tower had a fixed white light of 1,000 candelas. Although the light tower is not high it is built on a low headland. The light is effective as it is built on one …

  10. Hastings Point Beach

    Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the "Jewel of the Tweed", surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate estuary on its west. …

  11. Heaths Old Wares and Collectables

    Heath's Old Wares, Collectables and Industrial Antiques is known for their range of original crates and boxes, baskets, bottles, cream cans, ladders, tools, collectables, unusual treasures, and much more. They are located at Burringbar, t…

  12. House of Gabriel

    Situated on the picturesque Tweed River, House of Gabriel is one of a kind! The 120 year old historic homestead has been restored to its former glory and houses a unique gift shop, ladies fashions, art gallery and Cafe Gabby that offers an …

  13. Lyrebird track

    Surround yourself with the lush subtropical rainforest of World Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park by taking a short hike on Lyrebird track. Experience this beautiful Gondwana Rainforest of Australia on this easy walking track that tak…

  14. Mebbin National Park

    Near Murwillumbah and Tweed Heads, Mebbin National Park is a paradise for nature-lovers. It’s a significant nature conservation area, which protects an important part of the Tweed landscape while also serving as a vital habitat link between…

  15. Murwillumbah Golf Club

    This Northern Rivers country golf course, Murwillumbah Golf Club, is arguably one of the finest in Australia. Close to Wollumbin National Park, the towering mountain peak of Mount Warning is ever-present as you traverse the spectacular layo…

  16. Osiris Jewellery Studio and Gallery

    This quaint and quirky silversmith studio is a must-see on your travels when visiting the Tweed hinterland. Located on the main street of charming Tyalgum village, the studio is brimming with an inspiring collection of upcycled and vintage …

  17. Point Danger Lookout

    Situated on the New South Wales/Queensland border, high on a peak overlooking Duranbah Beach which is popular for surfing. Point Danger was named by Captain James Cook on his 1770 journey up the east coast of Australia to warn later mariner…

  18. Red Rattlers Gallery

    A great place to find unique gifts, local art and craft, stained glass, and enjoy coffee and cake while enjoying the unique setting at Red Rattlers Gallery. Two original 1928 Red Rattler train carriages are set within the picturesque Tw…

  19. Tropical Fruit World

    See taste and learn about fruit from around the World that's all grown in one unique place. Visit the plantation to discover more than 500 varieties of the world's weird and wonderful exotic fruits. Located just 10 minutes from the Gold C…

  20. Tweed City Shopping Centre

    Tweed City is the shopping centre of choice for locals and visitors to the Tweed and Southern Gold Coast region. With over 150 stores including your favourite fashion brands, Hoyts cinema, cafes, restaurants and food court, plus fresh food …

  21. Tweed Heads Bowls Club

    Great fun, free entertainment and fabulous food in a friendly relaxed atmosphere at the Tweed Heads Bowls Club. Their award winning chefs specialise in locally produced and regionally sourced meat, poultry and produce. The talented caterin…