Kingscliff Beach. Photo: Tweed Coast Holiday Parks

Autumn and winter is the ideal time to visit NSW’s most northern coastal gem, the Tweed region. The days are still long, the weather warm and the crowds of summer have left.

While the bright lights of the Gold Coast are right next door, the Tweed combines old world charm and country hospitality in quaint cafes and local pubs where you can enjoy a leisurely lunch with a bushman’s vibe.

It’s easy to get away from the hustle and bustle with many miles of scenic riverbanks and winding creeks, perfect for a picnic lunch or throwing in a line.

Photo: Destination Tweed

Photo: Destination Tweed

The Tweed Coast offers a choice of seaside towns, where safe, patrolled swimming beaches are lined with vibrant retail precincts offering boutique shopping, sun-drenched cafes and restaurants.

For surfers there are 37 kilometers of unspoilt beaches with some of the best breaks in the world. Visitors will also find majestic national parks and rainforests, including several World-Heritage listed areas.

If you’re looking for a place to set up your tent, caravan or campervan, there’s no shortage of options. The Tweed region boasts a range of beachfront, riverfront, creek-front, and rainforest caravan and camping parks to suit all styles of travelers and budgets. Tweed Coast Holiday Parks have seven stunning locations on the coast and rivers.

Photo: Destination Tweed

Photo: Destination Tweed


If a rainforest getaway is more to your liking, Mount Warning Rainforest Park is situated at the entrance to the World-Heritage listed Wollumbin Mount Warning National Park. It’s the perfect base for keen bush walkers to explore the surrounding National Parks.

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Tweed Coast Holiday Parks

The spectacular subtropical region of the Tweed Coast is the idyllic location for summer family holidays, weekend getaways or weekend winter warmers for those who aren’t fortunate enough to enjoy a temperate climate all year round.

To top it all off, the Tweed also boasts some of Australia’s best holiday parks.

Kingscliff Beach. Photo: Tweed Coast Holiday Parks

Kingscliff Beach. Photo: Tweed Coast Holiday Parks

Boyds Bay Holiday Park

Ideally located on a protected stretch of the Tweed River, Boyds Bay Holiday Park is within walking distance of Tweed Heads. The safe waters of the Tweed make it the natural choice for water sports. Why not take a swim in our temperature controlled pool; heated during winter and cooled during summer, before heading off to one of the many clubs for which the area is famous. Boyd’s Bay park offers onsite cabins and large sites for tents and caravans.

Fingal Holiday Park

Get away from it all and relax in total seclusion at Fingal Holiday Park with the Pacific Ocean and kilometres of white sandy beaches at your front door. Mild winters and warm waters mean that every day’s a beach day at Fingal, and the beaches are patrolled all summer long. Accommodation ranges from large well-grassed tent and caravan sites to luxury cabins and villas situated overlooking a patrolled a surf beach.
Just 10 minutes from central Tweed Heads by car.

Kingscliff North Holiday Park

Small and friendly, Kingscliff North Holiday Park is the perfect destination for everyone who yearns for an absolute beachfront holiday, without breaking the budget. Located just 2km from the centre of Kingscliff, peace and quiet are assured with less than 60 sites including grassed tent sites, powered van sites and on-site Surfari tents and Villas. To the north and south, the seemingly endless beach is free from holiday crowds, are patrolled in the summer time.

Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park

Forget the car and relax! Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park is located on a magnificent stretch of beautiful beachfront in the heart of this seaside village. Everything you need is within walking distance. A summer patrolled surfing beach is literally metres away. Shops, clubs and restaurants are all within a leisurely stroll. Pitch a tent, bring your caravan or relax in our limited number of luxury cabins. Kingscliff Beach Holiday Park takes you back in time to when a beach holiday was far removed from the hustle and bustle.

Hastings Point Holiday Park

If you like to fish, you’ll love Hastings Point Holiday Park, with a unique twin water location. This secluded holiday park overlooks a long sandy beach as well as Cudgera Creek – a great combination for year-round swimming and surfing as well as fishing. Hastings Point is the ideal place to really get away from it all. Hastings Point Holiday Park is located just 25 kilometres south of Tweed Heads. The park offers a great selection of large caravan and tent sites with spectacular beachfront or riverside views as well as a limited number of on-site Surfari Tents.

Pottsville North Holiday Park

Pottsville North Holiday Park will keep the whole family occupied. The high standard of park facilities and nearby village shops ensures a stress free holiday. Two fenced swimming pools on site are suitable for children of all ages. The rolling surf meets the golden sands just 200 metres away with further fishing and swimming opportunities in the nearby creek. Pottsville Beach offers easy access to all the attractions of the Tweed Coast. National parks and a range of other activities are all just a short drive away.

Pottsville South Holiday Park

Relax in the shade of your annexe while watching the children splash in the year-round calm waters of Mooball Creek. Surf beaches and the village shops are just a short stroll away. You are perfectly located for family day-trips to the surrounding attractions including some of Australia’s most magnificent natural wonders. A wide range of accommodation types is available, including absolute waterfront sites as well as luxury cabins. Pottsville South is the ideal place for swimming, fishing and family fun.

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