About Tweed Coast
The Tweed Coast ribbons along the north eastern coast of New South Wales. Due to its proximity right next to the border of Queensland, locals can cross two time zones during day light savings.
A stretch of serene seaside villages, including Pottsville, Cabarita Beach, Kingscliff and Casuarina, take you back to the magic of traditional Australian holidays where you can swim and laze on exquisite white sandy beaches, paddle a kayak up a creek, enjoy a quiet spot of fishing or enjoy a leisurely ride along the oceanfront cycle paths.
The coast is lined with old-fashioned caravan parks, where you can perch your tent almost on the beach, family friendly resorts and first class accommodation. The vibrant esplanades in these villages present award winning restaurants, cosmopolitan café’s and boutique shopping, making Tweed Coast an extremely popular holiday destination.
Nestled between the coastal city of Tweed Heads and Australia’s most easterly point Byron Bay and with a backdrop known as Australia’s Green Cauldron famous for fertile growing soil in the region mark the Tweed Coast as a jewel in the crown.
Notable attractions nearby are the Tweed Bicentennial Leisure Gardens. Stretching over 54 hectares the reserve protects areas of mangroves, eucalypts and remnant rainforest, networked with walking tracks, boardwalks and picnic spots.
A visit to Tropical Fruit World and the Margaret Olley Art Gallery in the region are attractions well worth the time.