Located on the North Coast of NSW, Kingscliff is situated on the Pacific Ocean just south of Tweed Heads and the Terranora Lakes. It lies on an isthmus of land between the fabulous beach and the Tweed River to the West. Fingal beach lies to the North and the world renowned dive site of Cook Island is just offshore. The area is easily accessed from the Pacific Highway which runs close by and is conveniently located close to Coolangatta and its airport, restaurants and clubs.

Kingscliff is an extremely fast growing area and is fast becoming an extremely popular destination with holiday makers as developers have recently provided a number of world class tourist resorts which now line the beachfront. The local attractions which include the magnificent Mt Warning National Park area, the Tweed Valley, Terranora and Cudgen Lakes which are all close by provide a multitude of beautiful and interesting destinations for day trips and these local attributes attract investors and tourists alike to this sensational destination.

The tourist and holidaymaker will also be attracted to the area for its relaxed shopping and the many and varied restaurants that are available to suit every taste and budget. Relaxing on the beach is one of the local’s favourite pastimes together with surfing swimming and fishing which is excellent either off the beach or throughout the magnificent Tweed River and lakes region.

Every Tourist should take at least a day to visit the Mt Warning National Park and enjoy its many attractions. The area is internationally renowned for its scenic beauty which includes rainforest, wide vistas and unforgettable mountain scenery. The area enjoys one of the best climates in the world and the high rainfall ensures that it is always lush and green and looking its best.

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