for all your holiday accommodation needs
when you visit the beautiful
Tweed Coast, Tweed Valley and Tweed Coast Hinterland
in the Northern Rivers Region on the Far North Coast of New South Wales, Australia
Tweed River Regional Art Gallery
Margaret Olley Centre NOW OPEN to the Public
Tucked up in the far North East corner of New South Wales, along the NSW border with Queensland, lies the forgotten jewel in the crown of the Northern Rivers region - The Beautiful Tweed Shire.
Home to the world's largest extinct shield volcano and the famous Mt Warning, the eroded central plug of the volcano and the point where the dawn sun first touches Australia, pristine beaches, untouched
rainforest and with the largest bio-diversity in Australia, the beautiful Tweed beckons travelers from the very young to the young at heart.
The Tweed offers a range of
accommodation: family style farm-stays, relaxing bed and breakfasts - from traditional
to boutique and everything in between - romantic self catering cottages, houseboats, residential French lessons or an artist's
colony where you can "brush up" on your artistic skills. You can enjoy a rural
getaway or stay within minutes of Gold Coast airport and the night-life of
Tweed & Coolangatta.
With a range of activities from small, personalised Rainforest Tours which
take you off the beaten track and away from the usual tourist routes, to
scenic joy-flights, whale-watch cruises, markets practically every
weekend, arts, crafts and the regional art gallery that's home to the
richest portrait prize in the world - the Doug Moran Prize - as well as
the fascinating Margaret Olley Centre, 5 World Heritage Listed National
Parks to explore and some of the best and cleanest beaches in Australia,
there's plenty to see and do in the beautiful Tweed.
So why not plan your next family holiday, romantic weekend or quick break
from the rigours of city life in the Tweed Valley or on the Tweed Coast
- where you're sure to find accommodation to suit all tastes and
budgets. Choose by accommodation type by clicking on the pictures below
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