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The Sauce Studio


The Sauce Studio is the latest venture for artist, Sauce, who has spent the past twenty years developing his mural and graffiti art skills. The studio will operate as a retail and visual art studio which will be managed by Communications and Arts Development Manager, Ainslie Rose.

The concept of the physical studio arose from Sauce's experiences as a public artist in his business Aerograffix. Sauce has enjoyed creating projects with a wide range of clients which has allowed him to travel all over Australia doing the one thing he loves the most; painting walls.

There is plenty of art on the walls, but it's not a gallery.






Shop 4/15 Corner Proudfoots Lane and Commercial Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 6.1K from Dunbible

Tweed Regional Museum


Established in 2004 with the uniting of the three local historical societies, Tweed Regional Museum (TRM) is one museum in three special locations; Tweed Heads, Murwillumbah and Uki. Spanning the Shire from the coast to the mountains, the branches of TRM are a unique journey into the history, people and places of majestic Tweed Valley.

The Murwillumbah branch has recently undergone a major redevelopment. The award winning multi-million dollar upgrade treasures the old and embraces the new. The historic 1915 building has been restored to its former glory and now flows into a spacious and modern exhibition area, with vibrant displays bringing Tweed's history to life through stories of the past.




Tweed Regional Museum Murwillumbah,
2 Queensland Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 6.4K from Dunbible

Murwillumbah Golf Club


This Northern Rivers country golf course, Murwillumbah Golf Club, is arguably one of the finest in Australia. Close to Wollumbin National Park, the towering mountain peak of Mount Warning is ever-present as you traverse the spectacular layout.

The natural beauty and serenity of the course has to be experienced to be believed and no keen golfer should miss the opportunity to play here.
Murwillumbah Golf Club challenges you to play this 18 hole championship golf course and it is considered a challenge by even the advanced player.

Murwillumbah Golf Club provides two dining experiences when choosing to eat out. The club has both Chinese and Australian cuisine or you can make a takeaway.

This is also a great venue for weddings and celebrations.
There are also regular entertainment events.




233 Byangum Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 6.6K from Dunbible

Wollumbin-Mount Warning National Park


This park protects the mountain summit of Wollumbin-Mount Warning, an iconic landmark of the Northern Rivers region. The mountain is the remnant central vent of an ancient volcano, and has a dual name. Captain Cook named it Mount Warning, but to the Aboriginal community it is known as Wollumbin. Wollumbin National Park includes the former Mount Warning National Park (both parks were combined in August 2009).

Wollumbin is a sacred place of great significance to the people of the Bundjalung Nation. It is the first place on Australia mainland to be touched by the morning sun. A climb to the summit to watch the dawn of a new day is a must for the adventurous.

Under Bundjalung law, only certain people can climb Wollumbin, so consider choosing to respect their heritage. The track is a steep nine kilometre return trip, with a challenging rock scramble at the end.




Mount Warning Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 10.7K from Dunbible

Dunbible: Events

Falls Festival


*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed ***
The Falls Music and Arts Festival is one of the finest, longest running, boutique music events in Australia.

First established in Victoria in 1993, 2015 marks the 24th annual festival in Victoria, the 12th in Tasmania and the third annual in Byron Bay. Boasting intimate surroundings of sheer beauty where music and arts from around the globe come together.

The festival is based on European style events, featuring a diverse mix of over 70 renowned bands, DJs and comedians from throughout Australia with over 20 international acts. Both events host free camping, a great atmosphere, music and a variety of activities and entertainment across a few days over the New Year in Lorne, Marion Bay, and Byron Bay.

Please visit the web site for more information.


Event Dates
2015
      31st Dec
2016
      1st Jan
      2nd Jan
      3rd Jan
      31st Dec
2017
      1st Jan
      2nd Jan
      3rd Jan


126 Tweed Valley Way
Byron Bay, NSW, 2481

Located 2.0K from Dunbible

Foodie Friday Food Trail


The Tweed Foodie Fest is a unique culinary experience located in the heart of Australia's Green Cauldron, a sumptuous celebration of local food.

The festival is an experiential journey to discover Tweed's produce and gastronomic diversity. It brings the local community and visitors together to share one of Tweed's greatest pleasures - FOOD.

Commence your journey in Wharf Street, Murwillumbah where you will receive your Foodie Friday Food Trail map. Your map will take you on a culinary journey that will delight your senses.

Enjoy the ambience of the market place then go on a journey from restaurant to restaurant enjoying the tastes and talents of our town in a progressive dinner style.

Murwillumbah's cafes and restaurants will offer $6 and $12 tasting plates showcasing the fresh produce and gastronomic diversity of the Tweed.


Event Dates
2016
      30th Sep


Wharf Street
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 6.2K from Dunbible

Tweed Foodie Fest


*** Latest event details are yet to be confirmed ***
The Tweed Foodie Fest is a unique culinary experience located in the heart of Australia's Green Cauldron, a sumptuous celebration of local food.

Tweed Foodie Fest brings together the tastes, talents and producers of the region. The festival is an experiential journey to discover Tweed's produce and gastronomic diversity. It brings the local community and visitors together to share one of Tweed's greatest pleasures - food.

This five day journey offers an exciting program of culinary delights. Enjoy a fresh food farmers market, a cook off challenge with three of our best chefs, paddock to plate experiences, cooking classes, workshops and our signature event - Tweed's Biggest Dinner Party.

Local cafes and restaurants offer AUD6 and AUD12 tasting plates showcasing the fresh produce of the region.



Event Dates
2016
      2nd Dec
      3rd Dec
      4th Dec
      5th Dec
      6th Dec


Various locations in and around Murwillumbah and Tweed
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 6.9K from Dunbible

Tweed Valley Country Music Fest


Tweed Valley Country Roots Festival is an outdoor, family friendly music festival nestled near the base of Mt Warning in the spectacular Tweed Valley. For lovers of fine music, great food and relaxing time with family and friends Tweed Valley Country Roots Festival features a star-studded line up of the best artists in the Country and Roots genres including: Kasey Chambers, John Williamson, Paul Kelly, Tex Perkins and Tim Rogers.

The weekend will also feature the Murwillumbah Street Fest, operated by Taste the Tweed, on site camping, art exhibits, markets and the Essence Music Workshop.


Event Dates
2016
      1st Oct
      2nd Oct


Queensland Road
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 7.0K from Dunbible

Uki Buttery Bazaar


Uki Buttery Bazaar runs every third Sunday of the month. Come along and enjoy the wonderful village atmosphere that is Uki. Just a country drive away - 40 minutes from the Gold Coast, less than an hour from Byron Bay. Half the fun is getting there - leave the populace behind, breathe fresh air, and take in the spectacular mountain scenery.

The village Bazaar keeps buzzing all morning. Stay for a scrumptious lunch from one of the 'foodies' or just mellow out under the shade trees, river side with a quality beverage from 'coffee oasis'.

If you're lucky, you can listen to the hillbilly sounds of the local but famous 'Perch Creek Jug Band'. Cruise the trash and treasure bargains, take home a plant or two, and meet the friendly locals. It's a great morning out, but better still, come for the weekend and enjoy Ukitopia - a weekend experience!


Event Dates
2016
      17th Apr
      15th May
      19th Jun
      17th Jul
      21st Aug
      18th Sep
      16th Oct
      20th Nov
      18th Dec


1454 Kyogle Road
Uki, NSW, 2484

Located 7.3K from Dunbible

Dunbible: Travel Tips

Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centre


The Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centre operated by Destination Tweed, is located on the banks of the picturesque Tweed River, conveniently located just before the bridge entry to Murwillumbah's central business district.

If you fancy a bit of retail therapy, Murwillumbah Visitor Centre stocks a range of souvenirs and merchandise including local produce and gift hampers. The centre is also home to the Caldera Art Gallery, the star attraction of which is the stunning 20 metre long Green Cauldron panorama painting (a 360 degree virtual view of the Tweed caldera from the summit of Wollumbin/Mount Warning).

Give them a call or stop by and say hello. Their staff and volunteers proudly call themselves locals, and are only too happy to share their knowledge and expertise. Don't be shy, come and say hi.




Corner Tweed Valley Way and Alma Street
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 6.0K from Dunbible

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