Unlike so many traditional beachside communities, Kingscliff has blossomed into a vibrant beachfront township without losing it’s wonderful local identity. It has an abundance of boutique shops, local eateries and cafes that offer variety, a global cuisine and fresh local produce in a beachside alfresco dining setting. The pub, surf, bowls and leagues clubs offer a range of entertainment.
Kingscliff is part of the Tweed Coast situated on the far north coast of New South Wales, Australia. Its central location means it is the perfect place to be based; the beauty of the Tweed Valley and Mt Warning, the street culture of Byron Bay or Surfers Paradise are less than 40 mins by road from Kingscliff. Kingscliff is becoming one of Australia’s top holiday destinations.
It is blessed with an average temperature of 24°C, magnificent stretch of north facing beach that extends to Fingal Head and a beautiful estuary which attracts families and fishermen alike. With 2km of golden sandy beaches stretching from Cabarita to Fingal, Kingscliff is just perfect for the family holiday.