The Tweed Region is at the centre of “Australia’s Green Cauldron”, an area of natural and cultural significance, and one of Australia’s most diverse flora and fauna ecosystems. The region has been chosen as one of Australia’s top 16 “National Landscapes” by Tourism Australia. With competition such as Kakadu, The Kimberleys or The Red Centre it’s easy to imagine just how exciting this region is.
The area stretches from Byron Bay in the south to the Gold Coast in the north, and dates back over 20 million years. Mount Warning Wollumbin is the centre piece for the region, and is the original plug of the ancient volcano.
Our Park is the perfect base camp for day trips to Australia’s Green Cauldron. The area is made for the Australian National Landscapes program with bush walking in National
Parks, nature based activities such as whale watching, snorkeling with turtles, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and an Aboriginal Museum.
We are in the centre of the area and provide quality accommodation to suit a variety of budgets. From school groups, tour groups to walking enthusiasts, we can help you to experience the region.