The Tweed Coast and Valley is one of Australia’s most unique and scenic regions. Situated just underneath the Queensland border, the Tweed Coast and Valley belongs to the Northern Rivers region of NSW, Australia, and stretches over 37 km of picturesque coastline.
Our stunning Tweed Shire is one of the few places in Australia where the hinterland meets the ocean, bordered by both picturesque beaches and epic headlands along with lush rainforests and national parks. Part of Australia’s renowned “Green Cauldron”, the Tweed Coast and Valley is home to an abundance of natural beauty and holds rich cultural history and significance.
From world-famous surf breaks to the iconic ranges of Mount Warning and World Heritage listed rainforests, the Tweed landscape and scenery is simply breathtaking. Here on the Tweed Coast and Valley, you’ll find the best of both worlds – a beautiful blend of small seaside towns like Kingscliff, Cabarita Beach and Casuarina Beach just a short drive away from scenic hinterland villages such as Uki, Murwillumbah and Carool.
The Tweed is a travel hot-spot and foodies paradise, boasting award-winning restaurants, iconic accommodation and unique experiences. The Tweed region has a strong sense of community, and you’ll find many of our dining establishments and casual eateries serving up locally sourced produce (and killer coffee) to match. We really do have something for everybody – and with a place this unique, how could we not show it off?
The Tweed Coast Guide aims to bring you the best local knowledge to help you see, eat, drink, stay and play here on the Tweed. Our free, purpose-built guide is a dedicated space for you to research and build the perfect itinerary and make the most out of your stay.