In a nation blessed with breathtaking natural wonders, exceptional cuisine and unique cultural experiences, it's hard to go past NSW's Far North Coast, in particular the towns of Tweed Heads, Cabarita Beach and Kingscliff.
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On NSW's border with Queensland where the land meets the ocean, the Kingscliff/Tweed Heads area is a favourite among holidaymakers and it's no surprise as to why. Blessed with a rolling green hinterland, glorious beaches, relaxed communities and exceptional weather year round, once you arrive you'll never want to leave.
What are the must-see attractions in Kingscliff/Tweed Heads?
From lazing about on endless beaches and enjoying some of the East Coast's finest dining and cafe experiences, there's far more than meets the eye on your next Kingscliff/Tweed Heads holiday. Here's a few key activities and destinations to start any holiday off with a bang.
Head to the World Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park and lose yourself in some of the oldest and largest subtropical rainforests left on the planet. Named Wollumbin by the local Indigenous peoples and known by many as Mt Warning, this dramatic extinct volcano is the first place the sun touches on mainland Australia, and an ideal place to enjoy nature.
Want more? Float up the Tweed River on an Eco Cruise, take a whale watching trip or chase the big fish on a deep-sea fishing charter. Surf the perfect waves of Kingscliff Beach, snorkel with turtles and giant gropers at the Cook Island Aquatic Reserve or take a day and explore the stunning hinterland towns of Uki, Murwillumbah and Nimbin.
Find the perfect gift at one of the area's many local markets, enjoy a sunset drink at an oceanside cafe or enjoy a meal at any number of excellent local restaurants. Whatever the occasion, there's always something to do and somewhere to see in the Kingscliff/Tweed Heads region.
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