Hastings Cove Holiday Apartments…truly something special on the Tweed Coast… offer resort style accommodation with direct access to a pristine estuary just 150 metres from an unspoiled surf beach. We are only 25 minutes to the Gold Coast and 30 minutes from Byron Bay and we are an ideal hideaway to explore the 30 kilometres of expansive beaches, rivers and rocky estuaries, national parks, local markets and coastal villages that make up the beautiful Tweed Coast.
Modern three bedroom two storey beach holiday accommodation in Pottsville Beach on the Tweed Coast Northern New South Wales with a fun nautical theme.
Sleeps six adults in comfort. Three bedrooms. Main bedroom with walk in wardrobe, queen bed, personal TV and private balcony. Two others large bedrooms with twin beds in both. Ceiling fans in all bedrooms . Quality inclusions for your comfort.
Fully equipped kitchen. Laundry area .Situated in a complex of three with its own car security parking. North East facing private outdoor entertaining and sun area with surf shower. Personal barbecue. Listen to the waves. You will be holidaying in the old village area right near the beach. Linen provided.
The Hastings Point Holiday Park offers year-round holiday accommodation just 25 kilometres south of Tweed Heads. Boasting a relaxed atmosphere and beachfront location, the park is an excellent holiday for families and groups.
Hastings Point has an excellent range of holiday options, including shaded camping sites and waterfront van sites. Quality amenities block provided.
The Headland Camping Area is separate from Holiday Park and is only open during school holidays.
Tweed Coast accommodation doesn't come much better than The Beach Resort in Cabarita. The spacious accommodation on the Tweed Coast is situated on prime beachside frontage of the majestic Cabarita Beach. With two, three and four bedroom apartments available and immediate access to pristine sandy beaches, The Beach Resort is a picturesque location for your next weekend getaway.
The Beach Resort has everything you desire in quality accommodation, and where you will find privacy and luxury. Let the stunning surrounds and helpful staff of The Beach Resort take care of your romantic weekend or family getaway . Relax by the pool or on one of the spacious sun decks, experience delicious culinary delights at The Beach Bar and Grill, or simply watch the sunset on a romantic stroll along Cabarita Beach.
Picture yourself sitting in a claw foot bathtub, enjoying the sweet essence of an argan oil infused warm bath, listening to the sounds of nature, indulging in your favourite glass of wine, and looking onto lush green undulating hills.
You've have just imagined yourself at the beautiful Mango Tree Cottage near Pottsville Beach. The cottage is equipped with everything you need to unwind, relax, and recharge yourself, including complimentary organic personal care products, fluffy bathrobes, and bath salts and gel that will make you want to soak for days.
There is a log fire (wood provided) for those cold wintry nights as well as heaps of DVDs to watch.
This Pottsville holiday accommodation boasts two bedrooms plus sunroom - 25 minutes to Byron, 20 minutes to Coolangatta Airport, 1.5 hours from Brisbane.
Come and experience it for yourself!
Kids, pet, and wheelchair friendly!
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.
Spoil yourself with a unique farm experience that indulges all your senses! Situated in the beautiful Tweed Valley, Tropical Fruit World offers an award-winning interactive activity for the whole family. Growing over 500 varieties of tropical fruits from around the world, visitors can taste, smell and touch rare exotic fruits such as the chocolate pudding fruit, chewing gum tree and lemon meringue fruit.
Come aboard the Plantation Safari for a guided tour of the farm, explore 'The Island' recreation area, and adventure on the Miniature Train Ride, Wildlife Boat Cruise and Fauna Park. Don't forget to stock up on exotic fruit, home style gourmet jams and sauces, and avocado oil skin care products before you leave!...
Pottsville Beach is one of the many beaches located on the Tweed Coast. The coast is famous for its beaches, surfing, fishing, reserves and beachside parks. The creeks and estuaries around Pottsville are great for canoeing, fishing and swimming, especially with children. Visit the Pottsville Beach Markets on the first and third Sunday of each month for local produce and crafts.
Located east of Mount Warning, Pottsville offers a variety of mainly budget accommodation including caravan parks, cabins, holiday flats and motels. Boat launch ramps are available at Pottsville and Hastings Point and Mount Warning and Nightcap National Parks are about 40 kilometres away. ...
Tumbulgum is a small, peaceful village situated on the banks of the Tweed River. Its name is an Aboriginal word meaning 'meeting of the waters' as the town sits at the meeting of the Rous River and Tweed River.
As one of the first settlements in the valley, Tumbulgum was originally a cedar logger's settlement. Many of its early buildings were constructed of red cedar and are now gazetted by the National Trust. Today, activity at Tumbulgum centres on the river and hire boats are available for exploring the beautiful Rous River, one of the little known treasures of the Tweed. The 'Tumby Pub' as known to locals, is one of the attractions of the Tweed Valley with great food, a magnificent building and a perfect location on the Tweed River. It was the first pub in the area and has been licensed since 1887....
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....
"Dee-bah", as it's known locally, is the most northerly beach in NSW; walk a few metres up onto the headland here on a summer's day and you'll find yourself in Queensland and in a different time-zone. Less than 200 metres in length, Duranbah is somewhat unheralded, particularly in comparison with Snapper Rocks around the corner, home break of Aussie surfing world champions Mick Fanning and Joel Parkinson.
As this beach faces due east, it's exposed to swell from pretty much anywhere so on days when it's flat on both sides of the border there's often a wave here. The Tweed River break-wall at the south end shapes a nice right hander, popular with body boarders.
Tweed Heads has accommodation, restaurants, clubs and casinos aplenty, and the town is serviced by Coolangatta Regional Airport....