Tweed Coast Holidays



Just south of the Queensland border from one of Australia’s most famous holiday destination, the Tweed Coast region offers a tranquil, nature-based alternative to the busy resorts and glittering high-rises of the Gold Coast.

The Tweed Coast is Ideally positioned for business and pleasure, the Tweed offers a scenic link between Queensland’s Gold Coast to the north and Byron Bay to the south and is just 15 minutes drive south from the Gold Coast Airport.

Against this idyllic beach-and-bushland backdrop, a wealth of activity options caters for visitors of all persuasions: There’s the adrenalin rush of deep-sea fishing charters; the thrill of fly-fishing for Australian bass; the excitement of learning to surf; the joy of whale watching from June to November; the simple pleasure of kayaking, cruising or house boating along the creeks and river ways; and much, much more.

A 40km stretch of uncrowded Pacific Coast beaches, bays and river inlets forms the eastern boundary, while the World Heritage rainforests of the Border Ranges, Springbrook, Lamington, Nightcap and Mt Jerusalem National Parks mark the remnants of the ancient volcanic caldera circling around Mt Warning.

Along the Tweed Coast you’ll discover a unique combination of quintessentially Australian experiences – un-spoilt beaches, World Heritage rainforests, rural villages, eclectic communities, lush farmland and more – all centered around the sweeping slopes of Mt Warning. Over the millennia, the rich volcanic soils have nurtured deep pockets of lush rainforests where easy and challenging bushwalks take you into a magical world of tangled vines and palm glades interspersed with crystal clear creeks and tumbling waterfalls. Travelling through the valley, those same soils give nourishment to acres of lush emerald green farmland blanketed across gently rolling hills, dotted with a string of quirky villages where the Tweed’s eclectic artisans and craftspeople showcase their talents in country galleries and at weekend markets.

The Tweed Valley offers friendly bed-and-breakfasts, luxury home stays and hideaway cabin retreats which all offer the ideal base for explorations, while you relax and soak up the serenity.

The other side of this paradise is found along the 40 kilometres of Pacific coastline where an endless stretch of uncrowded surf beaches and calm river inlets are a major drawcard for Australian and international holidaymakers.

Catering for all vacation styles, Tweed Coast holidays present luxury and affordable accommodation options in quiet fishing villages; and beachside villas, homes, and farm stays.