Stretching from the mighty Clarence River up to Tweed Heads on the Queensland border and out to the foothills of the Great Divide, the Northern Rivers region of NSW offers a wealth of diverse holiday experiences. In this one compact region, you'll discover the endless stretch of Pacific Coast beaches that gave birth to the Australian surfing legend; lush rolling countryside dotted with quaint and quirky townships; rugged cattle country; mystical rainforests; and deep river gorges disappearing up into the mountains. Whether your idea of the perfect holiday is lazing on a sun-drenched beach, bushwalking through pristine rainforests, tootling through
The Tweed River Art Gallery offers magnificent panoramic views of the Tweed Valley. The stunning building houses six exhibition spaces, a performance area, an education/workshop facility, a library and the Gallery Café which serves fine food, coffee and delicious cakes and overlooks the beautiful Tweed Valley landscape. The gallery collects artworks of two main themes: Australian portraits of all eras and mediums, as well as works by regional artists depicting the local area. Exhibitions change every six to eight weeks and cover a variety of artistic mediums. The gallery's program includes a wide variety of exhibitions, public events and educational
Come and see the native, local and migratory birds nest and make these wetlands there home. The Wetlands were developed in 1988 as a bicentennial project in an aim to preserve habitat primarily for native bird species. Take a stroll on the walking trail through the grounds and enjoy the view from the view from the raised platforms. Enjoy a picnic on the grounds and the many features of water birds in their natural habitat.