Spectacular mountain views

On the banks of the beautiful Tweed River, Uki is a charming village on the Rainforest Way touring route near World Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park. With spectacular views of Mount Warning, enjoy outdoor activities such as bushwalking, fishing and boating.

  • Tweed district, Northern Rivers
  • Countryside near Uki

About Uki

For breathtaking views of towering Mount Warning, visit the village of Uki on the doorstep of World Heritage rainforest in Wollumbin National Park. The pretty village in the Tweed region is in the green caldera, the crater of a huge extinct volcano now a covered in rich farmland and rainforest.

Driving on the Rainforest Way scenic touring route on the far North Coast of NSW is a delightful way to travel to heritage-listed Uki. The village is 17 minutes’ drive from Murwillumbah and 40 minutes from gorgeous ocean beaches and Gold Coast Airport, where you can hire a car.

Sunrise, Wollumbin National Park

Fishing and boating are popular on Clarrie Hall Dam, a short drive from Uki. The dam is stocked with Australian bass. Northern Rivers Sportfishing offers a kayaking fishing tour on the dam and the meandering Tweed River, which winds past Uki on the way to the coast at Tweed Heads.

On the third Sunday of the month is the Uki Buttery Bazaar, a delightful village market with stalls selling local arts and crafts and delicious food. You’ll find a good range of accommodation options in and around Uki, and cafes and restaurants serving delights created from the fresh regional produce.


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