Tweed coastal region on the far North Coast of NSW is an unspoiled 37 km strip of pristine beach, dotted
with small towns offering a range of eateries and resorts.
Cabarita Beach/Bogangar, with a population of 2200 is one of the Tweed
Coast villages, just 20km south of the Queensland/NSW
border. Peaceful and laid back, it boasts one of the best surf
beaches on the North Coast of NSW, protected by Norries Headland.
There is a freshwater lake which is an ideal playground for still
aquatic sports, including water-skiing, sailing, windsurfing and
fishing, also horse riding, mini-golf and bush
There are a variety of restaurants and other eating
places. Watch the dolphins playing in the surf while enjoying a drink at the local pub.
just 25 minutes north of Byron Bay and 25 minutes south of the Gold
Coast but without the over-crowding experienced with either of its more
well known neighbours, is famous for its beaches, reserves - including the Tweed
Bicentennial Leisure Gardens, and Caravan Parks. Located on
the coast due east of Mount Warning, Pottsville also offers a range
of visitor accommodation, as does Hastings Point and Cabarita Beach/Bogangar
just to the north.
The natural beauty surrounding Pottsville
includes long uninterrupted beaches. Life here is simple, there's no hustle
and bustle, enjoy the breathtaking coastline and surrounding rainforests.
The creek which leads to the beach provides opportunities for canoeing fishing and swimming.
Kingscliff is just 13 kilometres from Tweed Heads, but has a distinct village
atmosphere and a flavour all of its own.
Wandering along Kingscliff's main street - Marine Parade - there is a wide choice of
restaurants and eateries, that definitely beg closer inspection with their
Some of the eateries are open for breakfast. So, if you feel like a
gentle run on the beach early in the morning, be tempted by the freshly
made breads and croissants or enjoy a full breakfast either inside or al fresco.
If lunch, dinner or morning tea is more your style, Kingscliff is just the
place. Kingscliff. From the freshest
seafood straight off the trawlers served in a restaurant, to
a relaxed meal of fish and chips on the beach, to the
delights of cakes and gateaux, Kingscliff has all this and more.
If you prefer a more relaxed and laid-back style of eating, why not bring
your own steak, sausages and salad and cook it yourself. The town
offers numerous picnic and barbecue areas along the foreshore.
There are beachside markets held in Kingscliff every second, fourth and fifth
Sunday of the month. They offer a variety of stalls,
entertainment and amusements.
However you decide to spend your time in the Tweed Valley, drop in to Kingscliff
for a visit, you will be made feel more than welcome.