One such lookout Point Danger, is situated
on the New
South Wales / Queensland border. High on a a
peak overlooking Duranbah Beach, which is
popular for surfing, Point Danger was named
by Captain James Cook.
Experience nightlife Tweed-style at one of
the area's celebrated licensed clubs, such
as the Twin Towns Services Club and the
South Tweed Bowling Club.
Explore the region from an Aboriginal
perspective at the Minjungbal Aboriginal
Cultural Centre, which includes a museum,
art gallery and souvenir shop.
Explore the beautiful Tweed River. Take a
relaxing cruise from Tweed Heads or hire a
houseboat and discover the river for
yourself See another amazing vista from
Razorback Lookout, which includes much of
the spectacular Tweed River Valley.
Enjoy the Wintersun Festival in June is
Australia's leading annual Retro Nostalgia
Festival, featuring more than 1,000 hot rod,
custom and classic cars and more than 100
bands and performers, as well as dancing,
street parade and competitions.
There is an excellent range of
opportunities throughout Tweed Heads,
catering for most needs. Tweed has two major
malls, in Tweed Heads and Tweed Heads
South, with nationally known retailers and
Fishing opportunities abound with all year
round fishing being available from the
estuaries to the ocean. Charter services are
available for those who want to get out into
the ocean fishing or simply rent a small
boat to cruise the estuaries.
Accommodation choices are plentiful in
Tweed Heads or its surrounds.
hotels & motels,
self contained accommodation,
B&Bs accommodation are the choices
on offer. Something to suit all budgets.
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