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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

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

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.

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The Government has produced a set of resources to help businesses promote COVID-19 vaccination to their employees. You can use these resources to help spread the message of the importance of vaccination, encourage people to look for accurate information from trusted sources and lead by example in promoting the vaccination program.
Further details available here –
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Today Tweed Valley Weekly hit the road with Tweed Tourism, speaking to operators about these challenging times and sharing details of their local offers. Grab the Weekly on Thursday to see the full story and here’s a little behind the scenes 📸#LoveTheTweed
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Please be aware of the latest updates from NSW Health and stay safe everyone.PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT – STAY AT HOME ORDER

Anyone in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected local government areas (LGAs) in Queensland since Wednesday 21 July, must, from 6pm today (Saturday 31 July) stay at home and only leave their residence with a reasonable excuse.

Anyone already in NSW who has been in any of the 11 affected LGAs in Queensland since Wednesday 21 July must only leave their home or temporary residence in NSW with a reasonable excuse. Anyone arriving in NSW must complete a declaration and then travel directly to their accommodation and only leave with a reasonable excuse. A person must comply with the stay at home rules for 14 days since they were last in an affected LGA, or until the notice is revoked.

The affected LGAs are: Brisbane City, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley Regional Council, Logan City, Noosa Shire Council, Redland City, Scenic Rim Regional Council, Somerset Regional Council, and Sunshine Coast Regional Council.

Additionally, we are asking that everyone who is living in the same residence as a person who has been in one of the 11 LGAs to also follow the stay at home rules and to only leave home with a reasonable excuse.

People will only be permitted to leave their places of residence with a reasonable excuse, being shopping, medical care, caregiving, outdoor exercise with a member of your household or one other person, and work or education, if you cannot do it from home.

People subject to the stay-at-home measures in Queensland should not be travelling to NSW unless they are permitted to do so.

People who have been in one of the 11 Queensland LGAs must continue to comply with all other public health requirements in place in NSW, including the restrictions in Greater Sydney.

Anyone arriving from Queensland, regardless of whether they’ve been in the 11 affected LGAs or not, must fill out a declaration form.

The declaration form is available on the Service NSW website, and can be completed in the 24-hour period before entering NSW or on arrival. The information gathered via the travel declarations is vital in allowing NSW Health to contact travellers if necessary. For more information, visit: www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/complete-nsw-entry-declaration-queensland

People entering NSW who have been in Victoria or South Australia in the last 14 days must complete a declaration form. The stay-at-home requirement no longer applies to people arriving from these states. However, they are still subject to the restrictions in place in NSW. See MoreSee Less

[SATURDAY SPOTLIGHT] COVID is certainly testing business resilience and one of the most impressive business "pivots" we’ve seen during the pandemic is the rise of The Oyster Shed!
For more than 30 years, Lee Eyre and her family have owned and operated the iconic Catch a Crab river tour. Travel restrictions and border closures forced the family to rethink their business and the team set about re-inventing their boat-shed space to emerge as a rustic and welcoming seafood mecca.
The Oyster Shed has been an instant hit with locals and visitors since opening in December last year. Offering more than just oysters, the restaurant is now also open for Sunday brunch, providing locals even more reason to discover this riverside gem. #LoveTheTweed
Learn more 👇https://visitthetweed.com.au/experience/the-oyster-shed/
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I had lunch there today. So delicious and amazing friendly service 🙏

We Love it there, Great food, Fantastic spot ❤

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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

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.