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30 OCT – 3 NOV 2024

From coast to valley – a taste-led journey awaits.

Good food is a way of life in The Tweed. We grow it, harvest it, prepare it and share it. Our plentiful farms and passionate producers create irresistible flavours year-round, found on menus in awarded restaurants and relaxed cafes and enjoyed with sips from a growing list of innovative drink-makers.

Australia’s newest premier food and drink event, Savour The Tweed, will shine a light on this culinary excellence and unparalleled food and drink provenance, celebrating the region’s local flavours and those who bring them to life, from First Nations storytellers and passionate chefs to talented distillers, brewers and baristas, cheesemakers and farmers and an endless list of artisan producers.

Get ready for Savour The Tweed, five delicious days of sun-soaked fun and freshly grown events.

Save the date: 30 Oct – 3 Nov 2024

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In the meantime, plan your visit…

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Explore the region

Discover breathtaking beauty from the Tweed Coast and lush Tweed Valley to the picturesque Tweed River. Compact and diverse, it’s easy to combine morning surf lessons with an afternoon art gallery visit, lunchtime river cruise with a gin distillery tour or a country drive with beach view cocktails.

Halcyon House #lovethetweed

Where to Stay

A place to sleep is often the first step in holiday planning, after settling on a destination of course. So, once you’ve chosen the Tweed as your perfect getaway, scope our many options for a good night’s rest. Valley retreats and luxury rainforest resorts await in the green hinterland, beach-view apartments and full-service hotels are found seaside and a host of friendly motels are dotted across the Tweed’s various villages.

group of friends on lawn at husk farm distillery

Things To Do

Make the most of your holiday time with a visit to an attraction or two in and around the Tweed. Be inspired, breathe in relaxation, get close to wildlife or learn more about our region. Browse walls of art and meet makers, seek spiritual moments or heart-racing adventures. Stroll beside rows of fresh growing fruit and vegetables or hike through forests as old as time itself.

Couple sipping wine in garden at Potager in Carool

Getting Here

The Tweed is easily accessible via air, coach, and hire car. Close to the Pacific Motorway, it has direct drive access to the Gold Coast and New South Wales. Gold Coast Airport, 10 minutes from Tweed Heads, offers numerous domestic and international flights. Ballina Byron and Brisbane Airports are also nearby, ensuring extensive connectivity. Local transport options include buses, coaches, bikes, and scenic flights.

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.