Tweed River Motel, NSW

Tweed River Motel Address:

55 Tweed Valley Way,
Murwillumbah
New South Wales 2484

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Tweed River Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, the Tweed River Motel will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au! Located on the banks of Murwillumbah’s Tweed River, this motel is ideally positioned for swimming, rowing, water skiing and fishing. It offers rooms with free WiFi and free continental breakfast. Guests enjoy an onsite swimming pool and a restaurant next door. All rooms at Tweed River Motel feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a microwave, a minibar, a toaster and tea/making facilities. You can enjoy an outdoor meal in the BBQ area, or relax on the sunny terrace. The motel also offers a 24-hour night bell and a guest laundry. The pet-friendly Tweed River Motel is just 5 minutes’ drive from central Murwillumbah. Tweed Heads, Coolangatta Airport and Mount Warning National Park are each 25 minutes’ away. Gold Coast theme parks and beaches are within 40 minutes’ drive.

The picturesque town of Murwillumbah is on the banks of the beautiful Tweed River near the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Wollumbin National Park. A great base for bushwalking, fishing and boating, the town is the creative and agricultural heart of The Tweed on the far NSW North Coast. You’ll love exploring the Tweed Regional Gallery, surrounded by splendid gardens. The marvellous gallery is home to the wonderful Margaret Olley Arts Centre, which honours Australia’s most celebrated painter of still life and interiors. Browse the Red Rattlers Gallery in two 1928 train carriages in Dungay, just north of Murwillumbah. In the beautifully restored carriages are lovely creations by local artists and artisans. The vibrant Makers and Finders Market is in pretty Knox Park, a stroll from the fascinating Tweed Regional Museum. Held every third Saturday of the month, the market is a delight with local handmade designs, creative workshops, vintage and second-hand wares and tasty food stalls.

Northern Rivers

The Tweed Coast boasts long stretches of untouched pristine beaches, world-class surf and reef breaks, natural turtle habitats and whale watch from the crowning headlands of Fingal and Cabarita. The Tweed Valley on the other hand is a natural amphitheatre recognised alongside the Daintree and Kakadu as being one of the three most bio-diverse regions in Australia. Formed millions of years ago by a large shield volcano, the crowning glory of the region is Wollumbin Mt Warning-dominating the landscape, it’s the first place to see the sun on the east coast of Australia. The main town centres are Kingscliff on the coast, Tweed Heads bordering the northern border, and Murwillumbah as the central town of the valley. Away from the main townships, the quirky charm of the region is revealed in quiet country villages, like Tyalgum, Burringbar and Tumbulgum, showcasing old historic river ports and quaint villages.