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Kingscliff

The beach town of Kingscliff is located just south of Tweed Heads. A popular family holiday destination it provides beach and estuary access for swimming, surfing, fishing and water sports. From Kingscliff there is easy access to Mount Warning and the World Heritage National Parks. Cruise the Tweed River and enjoy dining on its main street. Live entertainment is available at the local sporting clubs and hotels.

Kingscliff: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Fingal Head Lighthouse


Fingal Head Lighthouse was erected in 1872 of stone and painted white, the tower had a fixed white light of 1,000 candelas.

Although the light tower is not high it is built on a low headland. The light is effective as it is built on one of the most easterly points of Australia with plenty of deep water offshore.

The original kerosene wick burner was converted to automatic acetylene operation in 1920 with an output of 1,500 candelas and altered to group flashing. The one keeper was withdrawn at this time.

There is no record of the opening of this light considered so insignificant that apparently the first keeper did not think the matter of sufficient importance to take a record of the official opening.

The lighthouse can be reached with a short walk through remnant coastal rainforest to the headland but the tower itself is closed to the public.




Lighthouse Parade
Fingal Head, NSW, 2487

Located 6.1K from Kingscliff

Cook Island Dive Site


Cook Island, a short boat trip from the Gold Coast, is an accessible and appealing dive site for all experience levels. Hard and soft corals cover the bottom in some areas, with boulders forming walls and caves descending to the sandy sea floor in others. A colourful and interesting mix of reef and pelagic fish call Cook Island home: pufferfish, gropers, surgeonfish, clown fish, leatherjackets, parrotfish, trevally, bullseyes and sweetlips are some of the most common residents. Photographers will find plenty of photogenic subjects, with nudibranchs, stingrays, turtles, wobbegongs and even leopard sharks over summer.




Coolangatta
Gold Coast, QLD, 4217

Located 6.1K from Kingscliff

Tweed City Shopping Centre


Tweed City is the shopping centre of choice for locals and visitors to the Tweed and Southern Gold Coast region. Everything you need is right here under one roof. Shopping for groceries is easy with Coles and Woolworths along with two fresh food precincts to choose from. Plus there are over 40 fashion and accessories stores, homewares and gifts stores, services, as well as Kmart, Big W, Best and Less, JB Hi-Fi and Hoyts cinemas, which means Tweed City truly is your one-stop shopping destination.

Tweed City is located five minutes south of Coolangatta Airport, on Minjungbal Drive, South Tweed Heads. Tweed City can be easily accessed from the Pacific Highway at the South Tweed Heads exit, or make use of the frequent connection by Surfside Buses that stop at the centre.




54 Minjungbal Drive
Tweed Heads South, NSW, 2486

Located 6.7K from Kingscliff

Nine Mile Reef Dive Site


Nine Mile Reef, off Tweed Heads, has a reputation among locals as being a "sharky" spot. All year long, wobbegongs, blind sharks, and bronze whalers call the reef home, with leopard sharks in summer, grey nurse sharks in winter, and occasional hammerheads and whale sharks popping by. The top of the reef sits at about 10 metres deep, dropping to 30 metres with the drop-off covered in numerous hard and soft corals. Reef fish are scattered across the shallower parts, with pelagic fish, sharks, turtles, stingrays, eagle rays and the occasional manta ray circling and sometimes crossing the reef.




Nine Mile Reef
Coolangatta, QLD, 4225

Located 6.7K from Kingscliff

Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre


The Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre at South Tweed Heads is located within the Tweed Heads historic site, which adjoins the Ukerebagh Nature Reserve. Their aim is to preserve and protect the significant cultural heritage of the area and to provide a facility for all people to explore and enjoy the beauty of the native coastal bushland environment.

Learn from the detailed exhibits and videos in the centre's museum, how the Aboriginals lived in what was virtually a paradise. Explore the natural surroundings and see an authentic bora ring - a sacred ceremonial site.

Have a picnic or barbecue lunch and relax in the tranquil and beautiful bush setting. Cooking facilities and light refreshments are available.

Authentic Australian Aboriginal artefacts such as boomerangs, didgeridoos and bark paintings are on sale.





Corner Kirkwood Road and Duffy Street
South Tweed Heads, NSW, 2486

Located 6.8K from Kingscliff

Kingscliff: Events

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 0.2K from Kingscliff

Australian Longboard Surfing Open


The Australian Longboard Surfing Open is a three 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 art, music, cars, movies, bikini parades and market stalls.


Event Dates
2017
      25th Mar
      26th Mar
      27th Mar


Lions Park,
Marine Parade
Kingscliff, NSW, 2487

Located 0.4K from Kingscliff

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
2016
      27th Aug
      10th Sep
      24th Sep
      8th Oct
      22nd Oct
      12th Nov
      26th Nov
      10th Dec
      24th Dec
2017
      14th Jan
      28th Jan
      11th Feb
      25th Feb
      11th Mar
      25th Mar


Marine Parade
Kingscliff, NSW, 2487

Located 0.7K from Kingscliff

ARIA's Long Table Dinner


Join an evening of fabulous food under an umbrella of stars as you dine as one on ARIA's Long Table in the heart of Salt Village Kingscliff. Celebrate Chinese New Year - Year of the Monkey - and be tantalised by traditional Chinese and Asian foods and festivities.




Bells Blvd,
Salt Village
South Kingscliff, NSW, 2487

Located 2.5K from Kingscliff

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