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Kingscliff Attractions



Kingscliff, located on the Tweed Coast, is a beach side township that is a popular family destination providing beach and estuary access for swimming, surfing, fishing and water activities.

The Kingscliff Main Street Festival (known as the Art, Food and all that Jazz) is held each year in Winter. Of course the award winning restaurants and cafes are open for business most days.

Below are some local attractions and things to do in Kingscliff and surrounding areas.

Golden Door Spa

Golden Door Spa at Peppers Salt Resort is the largest resort spa run by Australia's leading health and spa operator, Green Door Spa.

Golden Door Spa at Salt offers world-class luxury spa facilities and a range of health and wellness programs to help you unwind, de-stress and rejuvenate. Enjoy spa treatments including massage, facials, body wraps, energy balancing, Vichy Shower, manicure, pedicure, hair salon and healing sessions.

Be sure to book at the Green Door in advance of your stay to guarantee availability of treatment.

Beach Activites

For a little more swimming, venture down to the Ocean beach, patrolled by the Salt Surf Life Saving Club. This is a popular destination for surfers, sun-lovers, people eager to do a little fishing, whether it be river or beach fishing, and those who just want a lazy, family holiday. The beaches in the Kingscliff area are particularly beautiful and far less crowded than the more popular beaches further north.


There are local farmers markets every second Saturday in the park on the Northern side of Kingscliff Bowls Club.

Kingscliff Bowls Club

Offers "barefoot bowls and brekky" every Sunday Morning for the novice or an ideal way to spend Sunday mornings.

Fingal Lighthouse

Also of interest is a walk up to Fingal Lighthouse. Park on the road just past the Fingal Trading Post and there is an easy walk along the sand tracks and up to the lighthouse, where Cook Island can be seen off shore. Also see the Giants Causeway caused when molten volcanic rock solidified as it was cooled by the ocean many years ago.

Mt Warning

Another pleasant walk (although a much more difficult climb) is the walk up Mt Warning (follow the signs from Murwillumbah). Allow yourself 6 hours for the climb and bring sufficient water and wear suitable walking shoes. The descent track is the same as the ascent track.

Byron Bay, Cabarita Beach, Hastings Point

The Tweed Townships are worth a look. Cabarita Beach has a lovely headland that you can climb, Hastings Point has a lovely inlet and headland able to be driven on with great views, and Pottsville Beach has a nice inlet and river. 40 minutes drive down the coast is Byron Bay which is another day trip worth considering.

Art Gallery

Tweed Regional Art Gallery, the home of the Moran Art Prize. The Gallery is set on a hilltop location, offering stunning, magnificent and panoramic views of the Tweed Valley, Border Ranges, Tweed River and Mt Warning. Designed by award winning Brisbane architect Bud Brannigan.

The Gallery's collection policy follows two strands: Australian portraits of all eras and media, and works that are by the region's artists or otherwise reflect aspects of life in this area. The Gallery Café is open during Gallery hours, and serves great coffee and tea, delicious cakes and light lunches. Cnr Tweed Valley Way & Mistral Road, Murwillumbah. Gallery hours Wed to Sun 10am to 5pm. Gallery admission is free.

Theme Parks and Other Parks

All theme parks are within a 50 minute drive, and Surfers Paradise an 40 minute drive.


Dreamworld is an action packed adventure with the wildest rides and attractions in Australia. It is also the official home of the Australian Big Brother television series.

Movie World

Visit Warner Bros, the only Australian movie related theme park, with all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. Meet your favorite stars and enjoy all the behind-the-scenes action, comedy stunts and exhilarating rides, shows and attractions!

Sea World

Visit Sea World on Australia's Gold Coast! See marine life wonders and experience a world of amazing rides, shows and attractions at a theme park favorite!

Wet and Wild

Visit Wet'n'Wild Water World, Australia's premier water theme park on the Gold Coast. Enjoy the world's latest slides, pools and attractions at the largest Australian water theme park.

Tropical Fruit World

The home of the world's largest variety of tropical fruit. They are open daily from 10am until 4.30pm EST, except Christmas Day. Purchase a Park Admission Ticket and enjoy their plantation safaris, mini train rides, jungle riverboat cruise, treasure island, fauna park and fruit tasting shows. You can also purchase fresh tropical fruits and ice creams, drinks and mouth-watering lunches, famous natural skincare and gourmet products.

Duranbah Road, Duranbah, NSW, 2487. Take the Murwullimbah Exit 40, then simply follow the signs to Tropical Fruit World.

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Here you will see the largest collection of native Australian animals in the world! There are wildlife shows and enclosures featuring native animals. Have your photo taken with a cuddly koala and hand feed the kangaroos. Don't miss the famous wild Lorikeet feeding at 8.00am and 4.00pm daily!

The Australian Outback Spectacular

The Australian Outback Spectacular, is an unique show capturing the Australian Outback and positioned right next to Warner Bros. Movie World - the Gold Coast's premiere theme park.

Coolangatta Golf Club

Just 5 minutes drive from Kingscliff, the Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club’s two championship 18 hole courses, the River Course and the West Course, are first class, providing great golfing challenges for professional and social golfers alike. The picturesque River Course was ranked in the Top 25 Public Courses in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine. Everyone is welcome at Coolangatta & Tweed Heads Golf Club! For off-course entertainment - dining, bars and more - visit the clubhouse. From here you can relax and take in the breathtaking views of the finishing holes and the river, while enjoying the great facilities of one of the Tweed’s most spectacular clubs.

Kingscliff Restaurants & Dining

Roughie's Restaurant & Bar is just one of the many highlights of your stay. Featuring the fine dining on which their chefs pride themselves, the gourmet menu and elegantly styled décor ensures an enjoyable, relaxed dining experience. Roughie's Restaurant and Bar is fully licensed and open to the public, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Salt Village features a range of establishments including Gelateria Vernazza - Italian Gelato Bar, Fins at Salt Seafood Restaurant, Saltbean Espresso Bar, Sea Salt Ristorante Pizzeria and Mahsuri Thai to enjoy an evening meal or grab a quick bite to eat.

The Saltbar & Bistro offers yet another relaxed dining option for guests. The elevated deck overlooking South Kingscliff Ocean Beach makes a perfect location for dining or a cooling beverage at any time of day.

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