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Things To Do

With incredible views, natural wonders, and safe cycle courses, the Tweed is an athlete's training and racing paradise. Pottsville is a central based on the coastline, reaching out into the hinterland villages, tourism locations and sporting facilities.

Nestled in the caldera of an ancient shield volcano, the Tweed region in northern NSW offers a unique combination of World Heritage listed National Parks, lush rolling farmland and unspoiled beaches, all within a relatively compact area.

The main hub of Tweed Heads is renowned for the live concerts, affordable dining and entertainment offered by world-class sporting and services clubs, while in the rural coastal and valley areas, you’ll find popular attractions such as Tropical Fruit World, Catch a Crab Cruises, Tweed River Cruises, Madura Tea, Ilnam Wines and more that cater for coach and group tours.

The Rainforest Way driving route takes you out to the smaller villages and National Parks around Mt Warning where you can incorporate short or long bushwalks, roadside fruit stalls, art and craft galleries, traditional country pubs and home-style cafes and restaurants into your itinerary.

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Cudgen Nature Reserve

Cudgen Nature Reserve is approximately 464 hectares in size and is located on the Tweed Coast Road west of the village of Bogangar and north of Hastings Point. From Pottsville, vehicle access is a sealed road via the Tweed Coast Road. Important remnant vegetation within the Reserve includes littoral rainforest, wallum heath and subtropical rainforest. Several plant species in the Reserve are of conservation significance. Cudgen Nature Reserve provides opportunities for bushwalking, photography, bird watching, picnicking and nature study and is part of the largest remaining remnant of native vegetation on the Tweed Coast.


Hastings Point Beach

Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the "Jewel of the Tweed", surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate estuary on its west. It is the entrance for the now nationally recognised "Green Cauldron" and is identified without doubt as one of the unique seaside locations in Australia. With an unspoiled beach, visitors come here to appreciate nature at her finest, while the local residents help protect, clean and nurture the environment, acting as stewards for future generations.


Cabarita Beach

With large areas of protected wetlands and limited development, this creates a quiet, relaxed holiday atmosphere in Cabarita. Bounded by Nature Reserve to the north and west and the Pacific Ocean to the east, this small coastal village with 3000 residents represents a unique lifestyle. The beach is renowned for its surfing and hosts many carnivals during the year. The village boasts the only beachside hotel in the Tweed Shire with both residents and visitors being able to eat and drink within a short distance of the main beach. 


Mount Warning

Towering over Murwillumbah and the Tweed Valley in far north-eastern New South Wales, is Mount Warning, the central core of the Southern Hemisphere's largest extinct shield volcano. Named "Wollumbin", meaning "cloud catcher", by the Bundjalung people who inhabited the region before European settlement, it is the first place on Australia’s mainland to be touched by the morning sun.  A climb to the summit to watch the dawn of a new day is a must for the adventurous.



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