Tweed Coast

Straddling the border, just below the glitz and glamour of the Gold Coast, the more serene Tweed Coast is just as much a holiday hotbed, with thriving beachside locales like Coolangatta and Kingscliff. The region lies on rich fertile volcanic soil, and invites a trip into the Tweed Hinterland to discover abundant local produce, charming country pubs and breathtaking vistas looking back over the Tweed Coast. While the area is renowned for its up-market dining and distinct café culture, visitors will also enjoy the opportunity to discover wide open spaces, peppered with parks and walking tracks, spectacular surf, fishing and diving spots and the soul reviving serenity of long lazy walks on an endless stretch of beach, tuned in to the sound of the soothing Pacific Ocean. 

North of Byron Bay, Kingscliff and Salt Village are resort towns with uncrowded beaches, rewarding fishing spots, lush rainforests and great surf breaks. Take a stroll up to Fingal Head Lighthouse, watch the dolphins from Point Danger Lookout, or hike Mount Warning. For a hotel in Salt Village, Mantra on Salt Beach is ideal.