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Fingal & Chinderah

Fingal was named by early explorers for its likeness with an outcrop of the same name in Scotland, the UNESCO Giant’s Causeway World Heritage Site. The Tweed’s very own Giant’s Causeway at Fingal Head is a must-see and was formed by hot lava flows which formed massive rock pillars as they reached the cool sea. In tranquil Fingal, you’ll also find fun surf breaks, laid-back fishing spots, chilled eateries and an abundance of beach view places to stay.

Nearby Chinderah is a restful riverside getaway, just a stone’s throw from the beach. Set on the banks of the Tweed River, your Chinderah holiday to-do list could include relaxed boating with a fishing rod, SUP or kayak paddling, slow walks along the winding river, 18 holes at the local course, vintage foraging at an antique store, lazy picnics in the park, fish and chips under the sun and good cheer at the local tavern overlooking the water.

Places to stay and things to do

Places to stay and things to do

Cooly Eco Adventures

Chinderah

Cooly Eco Adventures specialise in eco conscious Whale & Marine Adventure Tours throughout the stunning...

Fingal Head Lighthouse

Fingal Head

Fingal Head Lighthouse was erected in 1872 of stone and painted white, the tower had...

Cubby Bakehouse

Chinderah

Cubby Bakehouse specialises in authentic French baguettes, top-quality sourdough bread, epic pastries, made-to-order whole celebration...

Fingal Head

Fingal Head

Fingal Head is a village on the Tasman Sea coast in the far northeast of...

Chinderah

Chinderah

Chinderah is an historic village that stretches along the wide lower reaches of the Tweed...