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The Tweed Tourism Company is the official tourism management and marketing organisation for the Tweed region, funded by the Tweed Shire Council.

We’re proud to lead, and partner with the region’s many local businesses to drive a sustainable, dynamic and prosperous tourism industry, delivering benefits for all in the community.

Guided by our action-focussed Destination Management Plan, we deliver targeted and affordable opportunities for tourism operators across destination marketing and media, experience development, skills training, major event promotion and visitor information services.

Current Operator Opportunities

  • Tweed Hinterland Gems – Expression of Interest
  • Archibald Prize Hot Deals

Please CLICK HERE or access our Industry Resources page for further information these initiatives.

Current Employment Opportunities

  • Marketing Specialist

Please CLICK HERE to access our team page with the position description and application information provided in the Careers section.

What we do

We’re a passionate and experienced team with a mission to empower our fantastic tourism operators – from coast to river and valley through hinterland – to learn, innovate, thrive and ultimately benefit from the economic growth that tourism can bring to our incredible region.

Promoting our distinctive and diverse experiences – from beautiful beaches and ancient green landscapes, to scenic hikes and artistic endeavours, foodie delights to aquatic adventures – we work in partnership with businesses and the community in welcoming visitors to love The Tweed as much as we do.

We run three visitor information centres across the region, in Kingscliff, Murwillumbah and Tweed Heads, staffed by passionate and friendly local volunteers who assist with tour and accommodation enquiries, drive itineraries, events and more.

Corporate Socials

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Fabulous story on Delicious Magazine featuring a host of Tweed businesses, following a recent arts inspired media famil organised by the Tweed Tourism team 💚

We can’t share the link just yet (thanks Facebook) so here’s a few screenshots and Google delicious magazine and you’ll find it on the homepage! See MoreSee Less

The NSW Government is giving the state’s regional visitor economy a boost through a funding program to support the development of new attractions and visitor infrastructure and to refresh existing tourism products.

The ‘Refresh & Renew Fund’ is offering unmatched grants of $10,000 to assist tourism operators to update their product or experience to better meet consumer expectations.

Tourism businesses based and operating in NSW can apply. Eligible applicants include cafes, bars, restaurants, motels, hotels, caravan parks, museums, galleries and conference venues.

What are you waiting for! Read more and apply online (Google Destination NSW Refresh & Renew Fund) See MoreSee Less

Our dedicated team of Vollies didn’t let the wet weather last week dampen their spirits and were out in force to familiarise themselves with Murwillumbah Farmers’ Market, M-Arts and the Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centre to view the Panorama by Andy Reimanis.

If you’d like to be part of the famil program, contact partnerships@thetweed.com.au See MoreSee Less

Fabulous feature on The Tweed and Tweed Artisan Food Weekend in yesterday’s Sunday Life in the Sydney Sun-Herald and Sunday Age in Melbourne by visiting journalist Craig Tansley 😍 #TweedArtisanFoodWeekend Destination Tweed See MoreSee Less

Stay Connected

We use these channels to create conversations, inspire visitors, update media and build a tribe of Tweed followers.

 

@thetweed_nsw
#thetweed

Contact us

Our team is here to help all tourism operators in the Tweed region and we are looking forward to talking to you and visiting your business.

Sally Scott
TTC Industry Liaison

sscott@thetweed.com.au
0459 025 896

 

The Tweed Tourism Company wishes to recognise the generations of the local Aboriginal people of the Bundjalung Nation who have lived in and derived their physical and spiritual needs from the forests, rivers, lakes and streams of this beautiful valley over many thousands of years as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands.