Top beaches along the Tweed Coastline

Whether you are looking for a family friendly beach or to go surfing, swimming, walking, fishing, snorkelling or diving. We are spoilt for choice along the coast and there is a beach for everyone!

Kingscliff Beach is a gorgeous stretch adjacent to the town at the southern end of sparkling Wommin Bay. The fine white sands curve seamlessly from the breakwater at Cudgen Headland in the south, where the pretty Cudgen Creek flows into the sea to Fingal Head in the north. For board riders, there are world-class beach breaks and the Cudgen reef creates a lovely right-hander

Cabarita Beach is one of the best areas to go board riding. Most mornings from sunrise the board riders will be on the hill, watching, waiting for the surf to come up. Norries Hill is an ideal headland to view the migrating whales. Walking back down the ramp and few stairs, through an archway and a short walk through the Pandanus trees and Coast Banksia you will arrive at a protected and grassy picnic and BBQ area, and car park.

With spectacular views of Cook Island and Fingal Headland, it is easy to see why Fingal Head Beach is popular with locals and tourists. With 3.3km of white sandy beach, there is plenty of space for everybody, even during the summer months.