Extending across the vast of bowl of the Wollumbin Mt Warning Caldera, the tweed region is characterised by its network of local communities.

Nominated by Tourism Australia as one of the National Landscapes – Australia’s Green Cauldron – the Tweed offers the best of all worlds, with lush World Heritage rainforests and dramatic mountain ranges just a short drive through fertile green fields from un-crowded, unspoilt beaches and world-famous surfing breaks Outside the main centres of Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah and Kingscliff, the quirky charm of the region is revealed in quiet country hamlets, historic river ports and seaside villages.

This is where you can pull up a barstool at a local pub and share a story or two with the locals; or chat with artists at a weekend market; or stroll around an orchard as the farmer plucks native finger limes and Buddha’s hands fruit straight from the tree for you to taste and find out what they are!!

Along the Tweed Coast, our seaside fishing villages have held onto the magic of a traditional Aussie beach holiday where you can swim at safe patrolled beaches, paddle a kayak up the creek, take the kids (or just yourself!) to a quiet fishing spot and enjoy a leisurely ride along the ocean front cycle paths.

Whether you’re staying in the bustling heart of Tweed Heads, at a luxury beach resort in Salt Village or a rainforest hideaway in the Valley, we encourage you to discover the Tweed by exploring more of our community.