Fingal Head is a sleepy coastal village at the mouth of the Tweed River. A popular attraction is the Fingal Lighthouse that can be reached via a short walk through remnant coastal rainforest. Watch dolphins play and whales during their annual migration season. Cook Island and its marine reserve can be seen offshore, its variety of bird species makes it popular for birdwatchers. The area was name after Fingal in Ireland because the basalt headland was thought to be similar to the Giants Causeway there.