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Duranbah

Located on the far North Coast of New South Wales Duranbah is known to the locals as D-bah. Duranbah Beach is one of the most popular surfing spots on the Gold Coast. It is a pretty spot and is a lovely place to have those beach wedding photos taken.

Duranbah: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Tropical Fruit World


See taste and learn about fruit from around the World that's all grown in one unique place. Visit the plantation to discover more than 500 varieties of the world's weird and wonderful exotic fruits. Located just 10 minutes from the Gold Coast Airport and 10 minutes from the beaches, Tropical Fruit World showcases the lush coastal farmland which thrives beyond the sand.

Climb aboard a tractor train for a guided tour of the plantation. You'll discover rare exotic treats such as the Chocolate Pudding Fruit, Dragonfruit, Chewing Gum Tree and Lemonade Fruit. The Miracle Fruit Show is the perfect opportunity to sample all of the delicious fruits, too.

Enjoy a wildlife boat cruise to their fauna park where you'll meet kangaroos, emus and farm animals. Explore The Island playground - try out the train ride, flying fox and miniature putt-putt golf course. Enjoy great views of World Heritage listed Mt Warning and surrounds. All of these activities are included in your Park Admission ticket.

Hungry for more? Indulge your taste buds with exotic fruit ice creams and mouth watering tropical treats in the Plantation Cafe.




29 Duranbah Road,
Level 10
Duranbah, NSW, 2487

Located 2.8K from Duranbah

Cabarita Beach


With large areas of protected wetlands and limited development, this creates a quiet, relaxed holiday atmosphere in Cabarita. Bounded by Nature Reserve to the north and west and the Pacific Ocean to the east, this small coastal village with 3000 residents represents a unique lifestyle.

There is a new Skateboard Park, headland, Barbecue Park and Picnic areas and uninterrupted views over the ocean; whale-watching is a local pastime.

The beach is renowned for its surfing and hosts many carnivals during the year. An annual charity event held at Cabarita is The Greenback Tailor Fishing Competition which attracts hundreds of competitors from NSW and QLD. The village boasts the only beachside hotel in the Tweed Shire with both residents and visitors being able to eat and drink within a short distance of the main beach. Come to visit and enjoy the special ambience this setting provides.




Tweed Coast Road
Cabarita Beach, NSW, 2488

Located 5.6K from Duranbah

House of Gabriel


Situated on the picturesque Tweed River, House of Gabriel is one of a kind! The 120 year old historic homestead has been restored to its former glory and houses a unique gift shop, ladies fashions, art gallery and Cafe Gabby that offers an extensive menu which changes with the season.

Browse through the unique gift shop and art gallery then relax in the tranquil gardens while enjoying breakfast, morning tea, high tea, lunch or afternoon tea sipping on a cup of tea or coffee.

House of Gabriel is a unique place to bring family and friends.




106 Riverside Drive
Tumbulgum, NSW, 2490

Located 6.7K from Duranbah

Hastings Point Beach


Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the "Jewel of the Tweed", surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate estuary on its west.

It is the entrance for the now nationally recognised "Green Cauldron" and is identified without doubt as one of the unique seaside locations in Australia.

With an unspoiled beach, visitors come here to appreciate nature at her finest, while the local residents help protect, clean and nurture the environment, acting as stewards for future generations. Put simply, there is nothing like it. For as long as one can remember, seasonal campers have been attracted to the natural beauty of Hastings Point, returning often.

With a safe creek feeding onto the beach, Hastings Point has provided a wonderful playground for local families for years.





Coast Road
Hastings Point, NSW, 2489

Located 7.9K from Duranbah

Duranbah: Events

Kingscliff Markets


Kingscliff Markets are held in Jack Bayliss Park on Marine Parade Kingscliff the second and fourth Saturday of every month from 7am to 1pm, with the picturesque backdrop of Kingscliff Beach. There is plentiful parking with public toilets.

With a beautiful beachfront location and an array of local produce, Kingscliff Markets in Northern NSW Australia are truly enjoyable for all ages. Spend a relaxing Saturday morning strolling through the vast array of gourmet food, produce, craft, artwork, fashion, jewellery, flowers, gifts and food stalls.

Why not pick up some fresh fruit and vegetables and have an afternoon feast or swim after browsing through the stalls?




Event Dates
2017
      11th Mar
      25th Mar
      8th Apr
      22nd Apr
      13th May
      27th May
      10th Jun
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      8th Jul
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      12th Aug
      26th Aug
      9th Sep
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      14th Oct
      28th Oct
      11th Nov
      25th Nov
      9th Dec


Marine Parade
Kingscliff, NSW, 2487

Located 8.2K from Duranbah

Taste of Kingscliff and Tweed Coast


The Taste of Kingscliff and Tweed Coast is a 10 day food festival showcasing a series of unique food experiences along the amazing Tweed coast and hinterland.

With a fresh approach to destination promotion, the event aims to highlight the stunning locations by providing a journey of wonder through cuisine, fresh produce and industry awareness.

Enjoy food tours and talks, local and visiting Chef demonstrations and signature dishes. The fabulous program of foodie events are suited to families, couples or the astute individual. Take time out to enjoy this destination haven all year round.




East Coast of Tweed Shire
Kingscliff, NSW, 2487

Located 8.2K from Duranbah

Australian Longboard Surfing Open


The Australian Longboard Surfing Open is a multi day celebration of the surfing lifestyle which attracts the current crop of professional longboard surfing superstars.

Together they rub shoulders with other competitive surfers both professional, amateur and their families. The Australian Longboard Surfing Open attracts those that identify with a sport powered by nature, its clean green ocean waves and its lifestyle image of surf history, music, cars, movies .


Event Dates
2017
      15th Mar
      16th Mar
      17th Mar
      18th Mar
      19th Mar


Lions Park,
Marine Parade
Kingscliff, NSW, 2487

Located 8.3K from Duranbah

Duranbah: 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 11.6K from Duranbah

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