Suburb Profiles

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Banora Point

Banora Point is an appealing suburb nestled in the Tweed River estuary, covering about 12 square kilometres, around 5% of which is lush parkland. Offering some great real estate opportunities, this rapidly growing coastal community has experienced steady price and population growth over the past decade. About 75% of Banora Point residents are home-owners and its real estate is increasingly sought-after, with people enjoying the area’s laidback lifestyle in comparison to the busier pace of the…

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Bilambil Heights

One of the more scenic suburbs in the Tweed area, Bilambil Heights is located less than 15 minutes drive from the Tweed Heads CBD, to the west of Tweed Heads South and to the north of Terranora. Covering an area of approximately 10 square kilometres, its properties enjoy an idyllic, peaceful setting in leafy surrounds, with some of its homes set high on the hilltop capturing lovely lake views and others fronting the beautiful Tweed Broadwater with some having distant ocean views. Bilambil…

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Casuarina Beach

Midway between Byron Bay and the bustling heart of Surfers Paradise, beautiful Casuarina Beach has almost four kilometres of unspoilt beachfront and great surf breaks. A recreational and nature-lovers paradise, its prime real estate is surrounded by heritage-listed rainforest and overlooked by Mount Warning. A wonderful lifestyle address, the area’s many inland waterways are a haven for boating enthusiasts and those who love to fish, while the pristine coastline is great for surfing and windsurfing. Casuarina…

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Coolangatta

Coolangatta is most often associated with the Coolangatta Gold (and the movie of the same name made about it), one of the premier endurance events on the Ironman circuit, organised by Surf Life Saving Australia. Named after the schooner which was wrecked off the coast in 1846, Coolangatta is Queensland’s most southerly coastal town, the gateway to both the Gold Coast and Northern New South Wales. Located on the border near its twin town of Tweed Heads, 100kms south of Brisbane, Coolangatta is…

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Currumbin & Palm Beach

The Palm Beach area is located along a 12 kilometre beachside strip between Burleigh Heads and Coolangatta. Coolangatta International Airport is a 5 minute drive south and the Brisbane International Airport is only one hour’s drive to the north. Palm Beach and Currumbin Beach combine to provide over 12 kilometres of pristine beachfront to the Pacific Ocean. To the North boundary is Tallebudgera Creek and South Currumbin Creek. Both are very popular family spots for all kinds of water sports,…

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Kingscliff

Located just south of Tweed Heads and the Queensland border, Kingscliff is a thriving beachside town that is one of the oldest in the area. It offers that classically relaxed seaside lifestyle which makes it so popular with locals and tourists alike. The Kingscliff coastline consists of a series of golden beaches cradled between headlands. There are world-class surf breaks and a reef break at the southern end. With a steadily growing population and increasingly sought-after real estate, Kingscliff…

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Pottsville

Pottsville is one of the Tweed Coast’s most affordable towns in which to buy coastal real estate, mainly because it’s a reasonable distance from any major centres. However, the opening of the Chinderah to Yelgun bypass saw the main road brought much closer to Pottsville (just 4km), making it far more accessible. A relatively quiet town with excellent beaches and lots of families who return for holidays year after year, Pottsville is a great place to raise children or retire. Residents enjoy…

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Terranora

Terranora is a small township on the Tweed River in the hinterland on the NSW/Queensland border, about a 15 minute drive west of Tweed Heads. This relatively small township is one of the more beautiful in the area and has experienced significant population and price growth over the past decade. Its property prices far exceed the average for the region, reflecting its sought-after nature and the older, and professional demographic of its residents, more than 80% of which own their own homes. The…

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Tugun & Bilinga

Far from the hectic pace of Surfers Paradise, Tugun is a small beachside suburb of the Gold Coast covering a diminutive 2 square kilometres. Tucked away from mainstream traffic, it boasts some of the best surf along the corridor. Residents fondly call Tugun ‘Tugz’ and it is widely considered a ‘locals’ beach. A relatively affordable coastal address which represents great value for money, its name is believed to be derived from an Indigenous word meaning ‘breaking waves’. It’s situated…

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Tweed Heads

New South Wales’ northern town, Tweed Heads is located on the Tweed River right next to the Queensland border, near its ‘Twin Town’ of Coolangatta. It is often referred to as a town where you can change time zones or even celebrate New Year twice within an hour simply by crossing the street! Covering an area of 5 square kilometres, it is the major business district of the region with a bustling centre complete with shopping malls, restaurants, a number of large licensed clubs, a host of recreational…

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Tweed Heads South

Located directly to the south of the Tweed Heads central business district, Tweed Heads South is one of the more developed suburbs of the greater Tweed area. It covers an area of roughly 12 square kilometres, 12% of which is parkland. It has seen steady population growth over the years, which reflects the increasing popularity of the area as a whole. It has also meant that Tweed Heads South’s real estate is in constant demand. Slightly more affordable than central Tweed Heads, it represents…

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Tweed Heads West

Located to the west of the Tweed Heads central business district, adjoining the pleasant waterways of the Tweed River, the suburb of Tweed Heads West represents an affordable buy for the area and is an ideal place to retire or bring up kids. It’s a great starting point to buy into the Tweed locale and as an up and coming suburb it is likely to see plenty of growth over the coming years. Covering an area of 11 square kilometres, this pleasant suburb is peacefully set well away from the main beach…

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