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Spectacular sunset over the beach and ocean, creating a mesmerizing view in Tweed, NSW.


Whether you love catching big waves and learning to surf, greeting first light from a spectacular headland vista, or drinking in colourful sunsets on pristine sands, Tweed has a beach for you. Wander our sparkling shorelines, and find your perfect moment in the sand, surf or sun.

Delightful Tweed mornings: coffee, strawberry pancakes, and a view from the top.


Good food is a way of life in the Tweed. We grow it, harvest it, prepare it and share it. Our plentiful farms reap fresh food all year around, found on menus in our awarded restaurants and at relaxed cafes. From hinterland crops and pastures, to our sea and myriad of waterways, the freshest produce from the finest local providers is yours to discover.

Explore the beautiful and amazing Arts in the Tweed. Visit Today!

The Arts

Artists of all kinds are drawn to the Tweed, from painters and photographers to weavers and jewelers. There’s an inspiring and fertile feel in our landscapes, villages and local stories that stirs creativity and artistic expression. Take in an exhibition, visit an artist’s studio, enjoy a concerto, celebrate along an arts trail or sign up for a class to engage your own inner artist.

Exciting outdoor adventures await in The Tweed - from scenic hikes to thrilling water sports, your gateway to nature's playground.

Outdoor Activities

With endless beaches, expansive rivers and Gondwana rainforests that date back to the beginning of time, it’s little wonder the Tweed is a mecca for nature-lovers and outdoor-enthusiasts. Take a surf lesson, hire a SUP or paddle a kayak. Try biking, snorkeling and birdwatching or hike a trail to take in sweeping views from stunning lookout points.

Families enjoying a delightful breakfast together in The Tweed - a perfect moment to savor food delights and create lasting memories.


Family holidays are a breeze in the Tweed with easy access, endless activities, roomy accommodation options and dining choices to suit any budget. From simple beach play and calm river paddling to touring a fruit orchard or meeting farm animals, there’s something for all ages and stages.

Tweed National Park: Dense forest, pure beauty. Visit now!

National Parks

Towering mountains and ancient green forests, remnants of an enormous shield volcano long since fallen, are what make the Tweed’s National Parks so majestic and revered. Hike along verdant volcanic rims, spot native plants and animals, take an easy stroll along the Lyrebird track at Mount Warning Wollumbin NP or set out for a more challenging multi-day walk to truly immerse in the Tweed’s natural beauty.

We wish to acknowledge the Ngandowal and Minyungbal speaking people of the Bundjalung Country, in particular the Goodjinburra, Tul-gi-gin and Moorung – Moobah clans, as being the traditional owners and custodians of the land and waters within the Tweed Shire boundaries. We also acknowledge and respect the Tweed Aboriginal community’s right to speak for its Country and to care for its traditional Country in accordance with its lores, customs and traditions.