Activities, Events, Things to See and Do whilst
you're in the beautiful Tweed Region of Northern NSW, Australia
There are plenty of things to see and do in addition to
enjoying the natural beauty of the National Parks and untouched rainforest in
the Tweed: Take a scenic joy-flight, play a round of golf at Murwillumbah Championship Golf Course, a
Kayak tour of Clarrie Hall Dam, picnic at Cramms Farm, see the caldera from the back of a BMW
Touring Bike with BMW Bike Tours, a day on the beautiful Tweed River -
catching your own crab lunch with Tweed River Catch a Crab, or participate in
one of the self-healing, self-awakening and self-awareness courses held in both Murwillumbah and Uki. the list is
endless and you can be assured that wherever you choose to stay, your hosts will
have a wealth of local knowledge to help you plan the best holiday ever.
events on the Tweed Calendar include the now famous "Tyalgum Festival"
of classical music held every September, usual over the first weekend of the
month. The Tyalgum Hall is "acoustically
perfect" and attracts a range of national and international artistes to enthral
and entertain the first w/end of September every year.
The Ukitopia Festival is held annually in November in the small village of Uki
just outside Murwillumbah. The festival is a celebration of Uki Life, Arts
and Culture. Now in its fifth year, the three-day festival incorporates 6
venues, ceremonies, live music, performance, art installations, historical
displays, raffles, farmers markets and the Buttery Bazaar Market.
Tweed River Regional Art Gallery - including the Margaret Olley Centre.
Art classes by locally renowned award-winning artist Barbara Suttie at your
Golf at Murwillumbah
Championship Golf Club - arguably the most beautiful Golf club in the
Northern Rivers region as from practically every hole you take in
magnificent views of Mt Warning or the McPherson Ranges.
Foodie Festival - annual event plus smaller events and tours throughout
the year. A unique culinary experience located in the heart of Australia's
Green Cauldron, a sumptuous celebration of local food. Various events held
throughout the year, with the biggest dinner party at the showground in
Climb Mt Warning - the
eroded central chamber of the world's largest extinct shield volcano and the
place where the dawn sun first touches the Eastern seaboard of Australia.
Meaning "cloud catcher" or "cloud warrior" depending on who you ask, the top
of Mt Warning is approximately a 5 hour return hike.
Watch Cruises - Come aboard and
enjoy Whale and Dolphin watch cruises from June to November. Other times of
the year you can cruise the wonderful waterways of the Coolangatta and Tweed
Heads region and view the magnificent Gold Coast from the Pacific Ocean.
Harley Motorbike Tours - Imagine
burning down the freeway at 110 kph on the back of one of the most famous
motorbikes in the world. Perhaps you prefer the slower pace of the winding
roads and valleys in the beautiful Tweed Coast hinterland, or the travel up
into the Gold Coast hinterland to take in Springbrook for the day. Rides can
be tailored to suit your preferences - advance booking essential.
Tweed Towns - Information
guide to various towns and villages in the Tweed Shire, Tweed Coast, Tweed
Valley and Tweed Hinterland, North Coast NSW, Australia
Tweed Beaches - amongst the
most beautiful beaches in the world, the Tweed offers pristine coastline for sunbathing, surfing, swimming and fishing.
For Information on the Various Tweed Festivals & Events Please Click HERE