Our area is surrounded by National Parks and reserves. Some of these include:
- Lammington National Park
- Springbrook National Park
- Wollumbin National Park (Mt Warning)
- Mt Jerusalem National Park
- Nightcap National Park
- Natural Bridge National Park ( and the glow worm caves)
Villages and towns
Our closest Village is one of the most popular stops on any scenic drive through the Tweed. Stop at the Old Butcher shop Gallery home of fine quality porcelain ceramics. Pop into Bucks Farm and bush Tucker Garden the home of the Australian native finger lime. Try some of their local moisturises. Just over the road you can buy handmade soaps at a cottage based Factory.
Just 10 mins up the road is set against a dramatic backdrop of the Wollumbin Mt Warning Caldera, this historic village oozes charm, with its cottage cafes, art galleries, gift stores, bookshop, jewellery studio. Enjoy a coffee at Kenita’s and see his woodwork. Sit down for a meal at Flutterbies Cafe. Every Friday night they have live entertainment while enjoying one of their wood fire oven pizzas. The local Pub has been operating since 1926 have a drink while waiting for your meal.
This quaint village is a hub of arts, culture, organics and alternative lifestyle nestled at the base of Mt Warning. It is only 40mins drive and a must to see on your way to Mt Warning (Wollumbin).
Enjoy the picturesque settings of the Tweed River and Mountains beyond. Admire the Historic buildings which are now cafes, galleries , pub and gift shops. Before heading to the coast.
This unique rock formation is the most easterly point of Australia and sitting just below is Fingal lighthouse built in 1872 on the headland, reaching towards Cook Island. Walk the track around the headland.
This is a vintage town. Art deco shopfronts and historic Federation-style buildings house many cafes, restaurants, boutiques, home ware stores, modern shopping centre. Farmers Markets, historic Regent Movie Theatre, Championship Golf Course, Ph (02) 66721799
Cafes & Restaurants
If you don’t feel like cooking on your stay here try some of our local cafes and restaurants.
23 Coolman street Tyalgum ph (02) 6679 3221
The Historic Hotel opened in 1926
Coolman St Tyalgum (02) 6679 3229
Sugar Beat Bakehouse & Cafe
A popular meeting place of the Murwillumbah locals
(02) 6672 2330
Nam Yeng Vietnamese & Traditional Thai Restaurant
7 Wharf Street, Murwillumbah (02) 6672 3088
The Balcony– Italian cuisine
Live music every Fri-Sat
Wharf St, Murwillumbah (02)6672 1078
Coriander Indian Restaurant
7 Nullum Street, Murwillumbah. (02) 6672 2526
Ju Jus Mediterranean Restaurant
13 Wharf Street, Murwillumbah (02) 6672 5483
134 Mt Warning Rd, Mt Warning Open Thurs-Sun lunch (02)6679 5955
Adventure ...Mt Warning Tours 0422 405 011
Tweed Regional Gallery
Visit the Tweed Regional Gallery, one of Australia’s leading regional galleries and home to the nationally significant Margaret Olley Art Centre. Open 10am-5pm Wed-Sun
Chillingham Community Centre Country Market 2nd Sun of each month
Tyalgum Village Market Last Sat of the month 9am-3pm
Murwillumbah Knox park market 8am-1pm every 3rd Sat of the month
Murwillumbah Showground Market every 4th Sun of the month
Uki Farmers Market. 8-12.30pm every Sat of the month
Uki Buttery Bazaar Market every 3rd Sun of the month
Kingscliff coastal market every 2nd Sat.