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Take time to rest and explore and stay a night or two, or more. From beachfront luxury and seaside glamping to breathtaking country retreats and friendly pub rooms, you’ll always sleep easy in the Tweed.

Choose your view, from ocean to river or mountains to green valley and then map out your holiday plans from action to unwind, or maybe a bit of both.

Getting Around

Getting to and around The Tweed is as easy as holidaying here! Close to domestic and international airports, serviced by charter coach companies and chauffeur cars and with an efficient public transport, taxi and Uber base, your visit in and about the region will be stress-free and easily connected.

BYO car or hire a local vehicle to get around, jump on a bicycle to navigate at your own pace or stretch your legs on hinterland hike trails or coastal tracks.

Visitor Information

Tucked up in the north-eastern sub-tropical corner of New South Wales, bordering Queensland, the Tweed is a laid-back, year-round holiday destination, with sunny summers and mild winters, countless beaches and country drives to enjoy, a packed events calendar and food that is both down-to-earth and awarded.

Choose to visit at a time that’s right for you, from peak school holiday or summer break periods to more affordable low or shoulder seasons, outside the major holiday times. Enjoy our beautiful beaches but be sure to check conditions at all times before diving in – and remember to swim between the red and yellow flags on patrolled beaches.


Romance and celebrations start here in the Tweed with all your wedding needs on-hand to create beautiful and memorable moments. From seaside ceremonies to river or hinterland settings, the perfect location for love awaits, along with friendly celebrants, farm-fresh catering, talented photographers and planners to make it all happen.

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.