The village of Tumbulgum was once the principle town on the Tweed and Rous Rivers.
In 1897 nearby Murwillumbah got the railway to Lismore and the Murwillumbah
Bridge in 1901, which saw Tumbulgum's status decline. Today, it is a quiet
picturesque village, achieving National Heritage classification for a number of
With the river providing the focus for a number of activities such as
boating, water skiing and fishing, Tumbulgum is a great place to visit. The
local cemetery is also full of history, with graves dating back to 1871.
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tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local
maps and other information.