The sub-tropical region of Tweed-Coolangatta is the premiere tourist destination
on the border of New South Wales and Queensland. Encompassing five world
heritage listed national parks, state forests, kilometres of unspoilt beaches,
rivers, lakes, wetlands, providing access to abundant nature based activities,
as well as being close to the family fun-filled activities of the Gold Coast
attractions and theme parks.
There are three
main centres that include
Tweed Heads and the
Coolangatta. Tweed Heads and Coolangatta are twin towns,
joined on the border of New South Wales and Queensland. South Tweed
Heads stretches along the river estuary to the country town of
Of course there are many more
towns in the Tweed Shire including: Burringbar, Cabarita, Carool,
Chillingham, Chinderah, Crystal Creek, Cudgen, Fingal Head, Hastings
Point, Kingscliff, Mooball, Murwillumbah, Pottsville,
Stokers-Siding, Tumbulgum, Tweed Heads, Tyalgum, Uki, and Wooyung.
These towns together with the world heritage listed national parks
offer a variety and unique taste to suit one and all.
View our range of listed accommodation for the Tweed Coast region or select from any one of our other popular destinations.