The Tweed Region

Imagine a place where sparkling seaside villages, full of the best in food, coffee and surf breaks, give way along wide rivers to expansive green plains and country towns full of art, farms and friendly welcomes.

The Tweed is a place of sacred stories and contemporary spirit where creativity, diversity and adventure sit side-by-side with wellness experiences, chef-hatted restaurants and fun for visitors for all ages. There are World Heritage-listed national parks and millennia-old Gondwana rainforest, along with events celebrating food, sport and music.

From the buzzing hum of Tweed Heads to the coast-hugging hamlets of Kingscliff and Casuarina, Cabarita Beach and Pottsville, and from the art deco hinterland hub of Murwillumbah to Tyalgum, Tumbulgum, Uki and Burringbar, you’ll find an unforgettable break away from the everyday in the Tweed. Choose your ideal stay from luxury resorts and country retreats to easy camping and on-trend glamping.

Along the Tweed River are boat cruises, farms growing fresh produce, makers of awarded gin and rum, crafters of must-eat cheese and quenching beer. Visit galleries, including the revered Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre and learn about the Tweed's rich LGBTQ+ history with the Small Town Queer online exhibition, presented by the Tweed Regional Museum.

Discover new walking and biking trails that celebrate the beauty and adventure of the lush Tweed hinterland, including the Tweed section of the Northern Rivers Rail Trail and the Uki Mountain Bike Park.

From all these places, the majestic Wollumbin Mt Warning is always in sight, a distinctive landmark and remnant of a once-towering ancient shield volcano, that lets you know you’ve arrived at The Tweed.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.