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Visitor info

A welcoming smile and local tips…we promise this and so much more! We are proud to provide our visitors with a warm welcome and will make sure they have the best time in our beautiful region. Read on for seasonality, travel times and information on our Visitor Information Centres (complete with 65 locals waiting to give you local knowledge!).

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Visitor Information Centres (VIC's)

The Visitor Information Centres (VIC’s) are ideally located in Kingscliff and Murwillumbah. They are a one stop shop for all your visitor needs, including maps of the region, a showcase of our hero experiences and an array of accommodation options.

Did we mention it isn’t just our dedicated staff that make the difference? 65 community minded volunteers are on hand to help you enjoy the beautiful Tweed, and make your stay enjoyable and authentic.



P: (02) 6672 1340
E: murwillumbah@thetweed.com.au
A: Old Railway Station
284 Tweed Valley Way, Sth Murwillumbah 2484

Opening hours:
Monday-Friday: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 9:00am – 1:00pm



P: (02) 6674 8064
E: kingscliff@thetweed.com.au
A: 81 Marine Parade, Kingscliff NSW 2487

Normal opening hours:
Monday – Sunday: 9:00am – 3:00pm

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Official Visitors Guide

This suite of publications is your go-to for holiday information and inspiration, from accommodation and tours to getting around, dining out and drinking in the best of our region from coast to country.

We’ve curated some of the must-do holiday experiences, shared our tips for exploring the Tweed’s many villages, highlighted food, adventure, the arts and more and we also got the low-down from Tweed locals on what they love about living here.

Grab a copy from our visitor information centres or check them out online here.

The Official Tweed Visitors Guide

The Tweed Foodies Guide 

The Tweed Hinterland Gems Guide


Northern New South Wales enjoys a mild, year-round climate with highs around 30 degrees celcius in summer (December to February) and 20 degrees in winter (June to August). Overnight temperatures get as low as around 10 degrees in winter. Our wettest month is typically February with a sub-tropical wet season rainfall.

Sub-tropical conditions mean there’s a mild year-round climate to enjoy the great Tweed outdoors. Dive in to our beautiful beaches but be sure to check conditions at all times and remember to swim between the red and yellow flags on patrolled beaches.


Visitor seasons are aligned with major national holiday periods, sunny weather and school semester breaks. Accommodation rates and availabilities fluctuate with low, shoulder or high season periods.

  • Low season: April – September (may exclude school holidays)
  • Shoulder season: October – December and February – March
  • High season or holiday season: December – January and March – April

Patrolled beaches

Our beaches are gorgeous and inviting and best enjoyed in the right conditions and when safe to swim. Listen to the advice of our Surf Lifesavers at all times and swim between the red and yellow flags on patrolled beaches.

Check where to swim and current beach conditions before diving in – you can find up-to-date details at Beachsafe

Aboriginal Acknowledgement

The Tweed Tourism Company wishes to recognise the generations of the local Aboriginal people of the Bundjalung Nation who have lived in and derived their physical and spiritual needs from the forests, rivers, lakes and streams of this beautiful valley over many thousands of years as the traditional owners and custodians of these lands.

Travel Times

Gold Coast Airport




5 min

Ballina Byron Airport




1 hour

Brisbane Airport




1 hr





9 hours 15 min


1 hour 20 min





17 hours 30 min


2 hours