Itineraries & Trails
Catch A Crab
Fun, food and adventure for the whole family. For a memorable holiday experience join one of our amazing river adventure tours. Enjoy fun activities of trapping mudcrabs, pumping for yabbies, fishing, feeding pelicans. Visit the Oyster Farm for the oyster show and choose from menu options of freshly cooked crab, oysters and fish.
|Phone:||(07) 5599 9972|
|Address:||Catch A Crab, Birds Bay Oyster Farm, Birds Bay Drive, Tweed Heads West, NSW, 2486, Australia|
Mavis’s Kitchen & Cabins
Set within 25 acres of farmland, Mavis’s Kitchen and Cabins is located at the foot of Mount Warning in the lush Tweed Valley.
At Mavis’s Kitchen, our chefs use fresh, local and organic produce – some of it grown here in our very own gardens – to serve simple, unpretentious home-style meals in a spectacular natural environment.
Located in the private grounds surrounding the restaurant, Mavis’s cabins and farmhouse accommodation offers couples and families relaxed B&B accommodation.
|Phone:||02 6679 5664|
|Address:||Mavis's Kitchen and Cabins at Mt Warning, 64 Mt Warning Road, Uki, NSW, 2484, Australia|
Traversing the ancient volcanic caldera, Mount Warning Wollumbin is the backdrop for rambling bush walks, country drives, art galleries and leisurely lunches. Towering over Murwillumbah and the Tweed Valley in far north-eastern New South Wales, Mount Warning is the central core of the southern hemisphere’s largest extinct shield volcano. The area was named “Wollumbin”, meaning “cloud catcher”, by the Bundjalung people. It is the first place on Australia’s mainland to be touched by the morning sun with the village of Uki nearby.
|Phone:||07 5536 6737|
|Address:||Mount Warning, Wollumbin, NSW,|
Tropical Fruit World
Discover nature’s most exotic delights at Tropical Fruit World on the Tweed Coast. Home to more than 500 varieties of delicious tropical fruits, this farm welcomes visitors to tour the orchards and discover a ‘world’ of fruit flavours. We offer tours and tastings every day with farm fresh fruits available for the enjoyment of guests throughout all seasons. The licensed café is open daily for lunch and coffee and is famous for fruit desserts and signature fruit ‘mocktails’. Learn and taste exotic fruits from the icecream bean to the miracle fruit.
|Phone:||(02) 6677 7222|
|Address:||Tropical Fruit World, 29 Duranbah Road, Duranbah, NSW,|
Tweed Heads Historial Site
At Tweed Heads Historic Site you’ll find a cultural centre, museum and Minjungbal’s ceremonial site, offering an insight into local Aboriginal culture. A boardwalk and walking track run along the Ukerabagh Passage estuary, overlooking the nearby Ukerabagh Nature Reserve, and the local Goori people conduct guided tours.
|Phone:||(02) 6670 8600|
|Address:||Tweed Heads Historical Site, Kirkwood Road, Tweed Heads South, NSW,|
Tweed River Art Gallery
Set high on a rural hilltop the Tweed River Art Gallery and cafe offer breathtaking views across the Tweed River and Mt Warning. A variety of exhibitions are presented in six spaces and range from contemporary to historical works, by national and regional artists. The gallery’s extensive collection of Australian portraits, prints and other works are always on display. There are also workshops and public programs. Open Wednesday to Sunday with easy access and parking – admission is free.
|Phone:||(02) 6670 2790|
|Address:||Tweed River Art Gallery, 2 Mistral Road, Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484, Australia|
For stand-up paddle boarding, snorkelling with the Cook Island turtles, kayaking, whale watching, scuba diving, learning to surf and the hire of fishing gear and bikes, Watersports Guru is the place to go. Located at Kingscliff, our qualified, friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you make the most of your time on the Tweed with plenty of action, fun and adventure.
|Phone:||0430 082 890|
|Address:||Watersports Guru, 76 Marine Parade, Kingscliff, NSW,|
Wollumbin National Park
The dominant peak of the Wollombin National Park, Wollumbin-Mount Warning is a sacred place to the Aboriginal community and is known as Wollumbin. It is a remnant central vent of an ancient volcano within the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. Bundjalung Aboriginal people ask that you consider choosing not to climb the peak. Enjoy the lyrebird walk, a short trail through the ancient palms, vines and towering trees at the base of the peak.
|Phone:||(02) 6627 8600|
|Address:||Wollumbin National Park, Kyogle Road, Uki, NSW,|