Bushfires are currently impacting parts of New South Wales. Whilst the Tweed region has largely been unaffected and is open for visitors, there have been disruption to National Parks and our neighbouring communities. The most up to date information can be found at the Rural Fire Service, and NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service websites.
From the coast to the valley…
The Tweed Coast boasts long stretches of untouched pristine beaches, world-class surf and reef breaks, natural turtle habitats and whale watch from the crowning headlands of Fingal and Cabarita.
The Tweed Valley on the other hand is a natural amphitheatre recognised alongside the Daintree and Kakadu as being one of the three most bio-diverse regions in Australia. Formed millions of years ago by a large shield volcano, the crowning glory of the region is Wollumbin Mt Warning-dominating the landscape, it’s the first place to see the sun on the east coast of Australia.
The main town centres are Kingscliff on the coast, Tweed Heads bordering the northern border, and Murwillumbah as the central town of the valley. Away from the main townships, the quirky charm of the region is revealed in quiet country villages, like Tyalgum, Burringbar and Tumbulgum, showcasing old historic river ports and quaint villages.
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