Kingscliff Travel Guide

Renowned as a developing leisure centre and lifestyle destination on the New South Wales north coast, Kingscliff is just 45 minutes north of Byron Bay and just over an hour south of Brisbane and is a popular holiday hot spot just south of the Tweed Coast. Nestled between headlands, Kingscliff is home to a picturesque coastline of pristine beaches and a reef break on the southern edge that offers some world-class surf breaks. Just minutes from the Gold Coast Airport and the vivid green rainforest and farms of the extinct volcano crater of the Tweed Valley, Kingscliff boasts a great range of cafes and restaurants and is gaining popularity as a gourmet destination. Other popular area attractions include the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, the Tweed River, Point Danger Lookout and the Fingal Lighthouse.


A popular coastal holiday destination, Kingscliff offers an excellent range of accommodation options including luxury resorts, serviced apartments, hotels, motels and holiday parks. Conveniently located in the heart of the Kingscliff tourist hub, the great range of Kingscliff accommodation offers options for all budgets. Whether you're looking for a short stay or extended holiday, budget accommodation or the ultimate in luxury Kingscliff has it all. Home resorts combine relaxation and stylish elegance with a full range of onsite facilities designed to pamper every guest while other more affordable options enjoy a convenient range of onsite facilities with stunning bush or coastal surrounds.

Kingscliff Holiday Packages

Kingscliff holiday packages are the easiest and most affordable way to arrange and book your New South Wales coast holiday. Ensuring everything is taken care of before you leave, these holiday packages save you both time and money. By combining all of your holiday needs into one discounted package, these Kingscliff holiday packages allow you to book your holiday essentials like accommodation as well as a range of added extras like flights or car hire, meals, tours, transfers and much more. Not only do these packages give you access to a heavily discounted rate, they also offer additional bonuses like free room upgrades, complimentary nights and a range of included benefits like breakfast daily, free parking, internet access, massages, activities and more.


Kingscliff's coastline is home to picturesque headlands and golden beaches as well as a southern edge reef break and some fantastic surf breaks, making it a popular playground for water sports. Just minutes from the Tweed Valley, Kingscliff is also in close proximity to a lush patchwork of farmland, rainforest and the huge crater of an extinct volcano, perfect for a day trip. The pretty town enjoys picturesque landscaping and is fast becoming known as a gourmet destination thanks to a great range of bars, cafes, restaurants, entertainment and nightlife options. Culturally, there're plenty to experience including art galleries, museums and the fascinating Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, while the Tweed River is the perfect way to spend a relaxing day taking in the stunning natural attractions with a leisurely cruise. There are also a number of must-see local landmarks including the Point Danger Lookout and Fingal Lighthouse.

Getting To Kingscliff

Close to Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the northern New South Wales destinations of Byron Bay and Ballina, getting to Kingscliff is easy. Just over an hour south of Brisbane and approximately 45 minutes north of Byron Bay, Kingscliff is connected by the Pacific Motorway, Australia's main east coast highway. Arriving by car is both convenient and affordable, however with the Gold Coast Airport just 15 minutes away, getting to Kingscliff by air and also a great option. There are also coach services that run frequently to Kingscliff and a local bus that offers affordable transport around town. From Sydney, a rail service runs to Murwillumbah station, just 15 minutes from Kingscliff. Getting To Kingscliff