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Things To Do

While you visit the beautiful Tweed region for the Tour de Tweed, why not unwind and enjoy one of the many tourist attractions, scenic drives, tranquil walks or bespoke restaurants. 


The Macadamia Castle

The Macadamia Castle has been the areas favourite destination for over 35 years. Our quality cafe serves delicious snacks and meals. Local barista made coffee is a specialty. The animal park features a wide range of local animals. Have a fun day with native birds, animals and reptiles. We have petting nurseries, barbeques and picnic area, mini golf, playground, a train ride and an adventure tree house. Admission plus mini golf is Child 2-5: $7.95, Child 6-16: $9.95, Adult: $14.95 and Concession: $9.95.



The new Tweed River Art Gallery opened its doors to the public in February 2004. The Gallery's new home offers magnificent panoramic views of the Tweed Valley. The building has an education/workshop centre, four exhibition spaces, performance space, library, and space for a cafe (yet to be opened). The Gallery collects works of two main themes: Australian portraits of all eras and mediums, as well as works by regional artists depicting the local area. Admission is a gold coin donation.




Tropical Fruit World

No special effects. No clever tricks, no man made thrills, everything you see, touch, taste and experience at Tropical Fruit World is for real. It's a whole day full of new experiences and natural wonders that will really open your eyes!
  • World's largest variety of tropical fruits (over 500 varieties)
  • Plantation safaris
  • Miniature train rides
  • Freed native and farm animals
  • Mouth-watering tropical cuisine
  • Exclusive range of natural products on sale

Tour includes tractor tour, train ride, canal cruise, fruit tasting, pat the animals. Admission is Adults: $44.00, Child: $25.00 (4-16), Pens: $35.00Family: $110.00 (2A2C,) Group Bookings :( Discounted Rates)


Climb Mt Warning / Visit the National Park

Located inland from Tweed Heads in Northern NSW, the aboriginal people call it Wollumbin, a name meaning fighting chief of the mountains. They believed that thunder and lightning seen on the mountain were fighting warriors, the wounds of these fights being represented by the landslides that occurred. The name, Mt Warning, was given by Captain Cook in May, 1770 during his trip up the east coast of Australia. The park features a vast range of temperate and sub-tropical rainforests. Walks are available from the base of Mt Warning to the top. Those planning on the walk should allow themselves a good half day for the round trip and should wear good sturdy shoes.


Parrot Garder

Come and visit our magnificent Parrot Garden while you enjoy an array of healthy snacks, homemade cakes, and organic produce. Relax with a cuppa amidst this tropical setting surrounded by unusual and exotic parrots plus other animals such as alpacas, goats, donkeys, llamas and miniature ponies. $5.00 entry. Free Admission if customer in the cafe.




Flutterbies Cottage Cafe is located in the charming village of Tyalgum, amidst a majestic backdrop of Mt Warning and the Border Ranges National Park. Since its opening in 2005, Flutterbies has become an increasingly popular destination for visitors of the Tweed. People are drawn from far and wide to experience the magic of this delightful destination and to relax in the serenity and peaceful surroundings. Flutterbies evokes the nostalgia and mystery of yester year, with its warm and friendly service, wholesome meals reminiscent of grandma's baking, the smiling waitresses in uniforms of frills and lace, the ambient music, the fresh flowers, the crystal chandeliers, and the shelves overflowing with exquisite home and gift wares. Come and discover the delights of Flutterbies Cottage Cafe.


From all of us we hope you enjoy you stay in the Tweed area, for any additional information please visit www.visitthetweed.com.au


Cnr Wharf Street & Bay Street, Tweed Heads, NSW, 2485
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P: 1300 674 414
Operating hours
Mon-Sat: 9.00am to 4.30pm
Sun: 9.30am to 4.00pm


Old Railway Station, 281 Tweed Valley Way, South Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484
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P: 02 6672 1340
Operating hours
Mon-Sat: 9.00am to 4.30pm
Sun: 9.30am to 4.00pm


Marine Parade, Kingscliff, NSW, 2487
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P: 02 6674 8064
Operating hours
Mon-Sat: 9.00am to 4.30pm
Sun: 9.30am to 4.00pm


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