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Beautiful Tweed Valley, surrounded by rolling hills and lush landscapes. - Tweed Valley

The Tweed Valley

Visit the Tweed’s sweet valley towns, from Murwillumbah to Tyalgum, Uki to Burringbar and everywhere else in between, and you’ll find a vibrant ambience that is instantly energising.

It’s in the fresh air, the contrast of high peaks and stretching plains and the fresh green vistas at every turn in the road. It’s in the farm-to-plate focus and food with a view, the innate creative vitality and the flow between rivers and mountain ranges.

There are historic homesteads to dine at, gorgeous rainforest retreats to sleep in and national parks, shoulder to shoulder, creating endless tracks to explore.


In small and beautiful Burringbar you'll find quintessential country life – tall, green trees and hand-crafted cheese from local dairy...

Dish off lunch menu at Potager


Up high as it is, Carool enjoys sweeping coast and valley views and also harnesses its cooler climes to grow...

Mum and daughter eating breakfast at Crystal Creek Estate

Crystal Creek & Chillingham

Along the winding Rous River, Chillingham and nearby Crystal Creek are set in dense, verdant rainforest, creating a perfect backdrop...

girl riding bike past murwillumbah sign


Take to the streets of Murwillumbah to unearth original Art Deco facades and features and you'll also find a new...

Tyalgum High Tea


It's a calm country drive to Tyalgum, passing full paddocks of dairy cows and curving alongside the Oxley River.  In...

view of wollumbin mount warning from clarrie hall dam uki


Nestled at the foothills of Wollumbin Mount Warning, Uki is a small village with a big focus on creativity, wellness...

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.