Tweed Heads – New South Wales

Being based in Tweed Heads at Bilambil is a complete pleasure.

We are situated in a small town called Bilambil just below Terranora Road in the valley which is only 10 minutes drive to town but with all the quietness and relaxation of country living.

Bilambil, Tweed Heads

We are right on the border between Queensland; Gold Coast and Tweed Heads; New South Wales also referred to as the Northern Rivers with Tumbulgum and Murwillumbah to our South and some of the best beaches in Australia to the North-east of us and only minutes away by car.

Surrounded by Duroby, Upper Duroby, Piggabeen, Cobaki, Carool, Urliup, Glengarrie and even Banora Point.

Tweed Heads Beaches

The best beaches would have to be Coolangatta followed by Kirra and then Greenmount with excellent wave breaks and pristine sand on the beaches.

Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta, Gold Coast, Queensland, NSW

Each Beach has barbeque areas and even walking and bike paths for those wanting to get a little exercise while enjoying the magnificent sites and sounds of the Far North New South Wales Beaches.

Take a drive down Letitia Road and check out the Tweed Bar entrance, go fishing or have a picnic at the water’s edge. That’s a great day out for family and friends.

Tweed Heads Memorial Sites and Icons

What about Snapper Rocks or the Captain Cook Memorial as well as Lighthouse or go a little further south and discover Fingal including the lighthouse and its private and secluded beaches. You may even take the time to check out Point Stephens Lighthouse in Fingal Bay.

Tweed Heads Twin Towns Jack Evans Harbour

In the heart of Coolangatta we have the Strand Shopping Centre or just of over the border in Tweed Heads you can visit the Tweed mall or Tweed City shopping centres all have speciality shops with ample parking.

Tweed Heads Diving, Fishing even a Nature Adventure

Feeling more adventurist then what about a dive tour from Kirra Dive or Tweed Sea Sports maybe charter fishing is more your speed off the magnificent coastline of Northern NSW you may even get lucky and catch a massive fish or if the season is right spot yourself a migrating whale.

Not that way inclined then maybe a slower paced boat tour down the Tweed River or hiring a houseboat to cruise the many rivers from Murwillumbah, Chinderah, Tumbulgun back to Tweed Heads.

What about Kayaking and Canoeing at Jack Evans Boat Harbour Tweed Heads, this is an excellent activity for the kids, and you can get a good feed of fish and chips from the team at the Selfish Fish N Chips.

Climb Mount Warning

With only being minutes away from Murwillumbah those that like to hike can take a day and visit Mount Warning. Mount Warning is situated in the town of Wollumbin with the summit track being a sacred place to the Bundjalung People and was declared an Aboriginal Place in 2015. … Mount Warning summit track is located 12km south-west of Murwillumbah, in Wollumbin National Park. You can’t come to Tweed Heads and not visit and even climb this old Volcano.

Tweed Heads is the place to be with easy access by car to Lismore all the way back to the Gold Coast and Coolangatta.