The centrepiece of the Tweed is Mount Warning, where the sun first hits the Australian continent. The surrounding McPherson, Tweed, Burringbar and Nightcap ranges form the caldera of the fertile Tweed Valley. The Tweed is the most bio-diverse region in Australia, with five World Heritage listed national parks, over 37 kilometres of unspolit beaches, wetlands, estuarine forests and a broad, magical river.
A network of country roads makes it easy to experience the delights of the lush rainforests, historic villages, riverbanks for picnics and fishing and idyllic rural hideaways. Along the coast, you'll find deserted beaches, safe swimming and legendary surf.
From Pottsville to Kingscliff, seaside villages rub shoulders with dynamic new communities and sophisticated neat streets, while the border gateway of Tweed Heads offers international entertainment, fine dining and the latest in gaming at world class clubs.