Explore the nearby beaches
Our Tweed Coast accommodation at The Beach Resort Cabarita puts you in the centre of more than one picturesque beach. Find yourself moments from Cabarita Beach as well as Norries Cove sitting on its headland. Head further south from Cabarita Beach and you can find Maggies Beach and Cudgen Beach. Other beaches well worth visiting include Bogangar Beach, Casuarina Beach, and Kingscliff Beach.
Visit the Stotts Island Nature Reserve
Head to the Stotts Island Nature Reserve for a great place to stroll and unwind. This 350-acre protected nature reserve contains Stotts Island, a river island on the Tweed River, and the location provides lots to explore and see. It’s the perfect spot for picnickers, hikers, adventurers, and birdwatchers, with up to 47 species of bird found living in the nature reserve.
Picnic at Cudgen Lake
Another picturesque spot in Tweed Heads is Cudgen Lake. Found moments from Bogangar Beach, this scenic lake is the perfect location for birdwatching, fishing, sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, and picnicking. Enjoy gazing out at the calm waters surrounded by rainforest, with the striking mountain views in the distance. Cudgen Lake is a fantastic spot for families and couples. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and some binoculars.
Snorkel at the Cook Island Marine Reserve
Just a short distance from the Tweed Heads coastline is the Cook Island Marine Reserve, a relatively hidden gem that offers an incredible diving and snorkelling experience. After a 15-minute boat ride the island, you’ll then get to witness the beauty of the reef, corals, and fish that lie under the surface. There’s also a friendly population of green turtles to see and get close to.
Experience the Gold Coast
Tweed Heads borders Queensland and the Gold Coast so nothing is stopping you from heading there for the day, with must-visit locations including Point Danger, Snapper Rocks, Coolangatta Beach, and more!
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