The Tweed Coast on the far North Coast of New South Wales, Australia offers visitors many different attractions – from uncrowded beaches to world-renowned surf breaks, and beautiful rivers which wind their way down their valleys and empty out into the Pacific Ocean. It’s also developing a reputation as a delicious culinary destination for foodies.
Brunswick Heads is a small coastal holiday village situated at the mouth of the Brunswick River. Nestled within the breakwater there is the safe and peaceful Torakina Beach, while a white sandy surf beach stretches to the south. The north bank of the river hosts a protected rainforest and the southern bank provides a harbour and small marina for fishing boats and small craft. Mount Chincogan and Mount Warning provide a spectacular hinterland backdrop to the river that meanders down from the nearby small town of Mullumbimby (“The Biggest Little Town In Australia”).