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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.

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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18 hours ago

The Tweed Tourism Co.

Shout out to Tasting Plate Tours who invited some of our valued volunteers to experience "The Distiller" tour of The Tweed last week.

The tasting tour showcases some of our regions finest including morning tea at Farm & Co, tour & tasting at Husk Distillers, sumptuous lunch at Mavis’ Kitchen followed by cocktails at Paper Daisy. Karen described the experience as "Tweed Valley’s food providors are well promoted on this fabulous tour while participants eat, drink & be merry while being chauffeured to hidden treasures."

Learn more here -> visitthetweed.com.au/experience/tasting-plate-tours/ See MoreSee Less

We were thrilled to represent The Tweed at AIME (Asia Pacific Incentives & Meetings Event) last week on Destination NSW’s Regional stand. It was a pleasure to showcase our destination to the world alongside Chrissie from Twin Towns Conference & Function Centre and assisted by Rebecca & Heath from Destination North Coast.

Thanks to those operators who participated in the 2020 Business Events Guide shared at the event with delegates, we appreciate your support and leads to follow!
#TheTweed #MeetinNSW #loveNSW See MoreSee Less

The Tweed in the media again with this feature in The Sun Herald’s Traveller yesterday!

Full two page story by Craig Tansley and link to read online here – bit.ly/2HOUlJx See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

So good!

Fake article, sad to see that Craig Tansley was lied to. Wollumbin was stolen as the heritage and name of my family's peak and applied as a fake aboriginal name to Mt Warning and fake Bundjalung Nation is just what white linguists called the language.

This week we attended AIME, the leading trade event for the meetings and event industry, followed by hosting a post-AIME famil with Destination North Coast for 10 international and national delegates to showcase the business events capabilities of The Tweed! Thank you to all our operators for hosting and inspiring our famil group! 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.