Make a ReservationMy Bookings
Search & Book
Select a destination---------------------------AdelaideBaliBrisbaneCanberraDarwinGold CoastHobartKingscliff (Salt)MelbourneNew ZealandPerthSunshine CoastSydneyTropical North Queensland---------------------------BroadbeachBunburyCairnsCentral Coast (NSW)ChatswoodCoolangattaEttalongFraser CoastGeraldtonGreat Ocean RoadHervey BayLorneMelbourne AirportMooloolabaNelson BayNoosaNorth CoastNusa DuaPalm CoveParramattaPort DouglasPort MacquarieQueenstown (NZ)South Bank (Brisbane)Surfers ParadiseTullamarineTweed CoastWagga Wagga
Things to do & see
Please find below the top things to see and do at Kingscliff. For more things to do in the area visit www.tweedtourism.com.au/events.asp.1. Resort activities & facilities:
Resort pool, heated rock pool and spa, 2x tennis courts, bicycles and boogie boards for hire, selection of board games, running/walking/bicycle tracks north and south, Surge Restaurant and Bar open for breakfast and lunch daily.
2. Salt SLSC
Salt Village boasts Australia’s 129th and last established Surf Life Saving Club. Salt Beach is patrolled 365 days for your safety and comfort.
3. The Golden Door Day Spa
Golden Door features 22 treatment areas and 15 treatment rooms, offering a range of treatments for you to choose from including face and body treatments, massage, hand and foot care and speciality services. Additionally, the boutique offers a range of resort wear, gift ideas, lifestyle products and books. Enquire at reception or book direct on 02 6674 3233.
4. Culinary Delights
Salt Village offers a variety of meals and prices across the village to suit your required taste and budget from the resorts’ Surge Restaurant and Bar, 2 hats award winning Fins @ Salt Seafood, Mahsuri Thai, Sea Salt Ristorante Pizzeria, Salt Bar and Gelateria Vernazza Gelato. Surge Restaurant & Bar Open daily for breakfast and lunch, from 7am. Bookings for all meals are essential. Enquire at reception.
5. World Heritage Rainforests
The luxuriant rainforests found throughout the region range from palm filled sub tropical to cool temperate rainforests, characterised
by ancient Antartic Beech. These include Mt Warning (Wollumbin), Border Ranges, Nightcap, Tooloom, Richmond Range, Toonumbar, Mebbin and Koreelah National Parks. Australian Wild Escapes offer small group tours to the region daily.
6. Byron Bay
Byron Bay is famed for its world renowned surfing beaches and surrounding lush and beautiful countryside. An early 1900’s government report referred to it as having an “unique ambience”. This positive energy was well known to the Bundjalung Aboriginal tribes who used it to help resolve disputes and for celebration.
7. Water Sports Guru
Discover all the splendour of the ocean with Watersports Guru. Try snorkelling with the turtles, whale watching, kayaking tours, learning to surf, or scuba diving. Visit www.watersportsguru.com
8. Local Experiences
Learn to Surf, Kayak Cugden Creek, Fishing (Beach, River and Deep Sea), Whale Watching (June – Nov), Buck
Buchannan’s Bush Tucker Garden, Madura Tea, The Crystal Castle, Stokers Siding Pottery, Uki Butter Factory, Kayak with
dolphins at Byron Bay, Hot Air Ballooning, Tropical Fruit World, Catch a crab cruises, Tweed Endeavour Cruises, Tweed River
Art Gallery, Hang Gliding off Byron/ Lennox, Ilnam Estate Winery and tours to World Heritage Rainforests.
9. Local Markets
Local markets include Ballina, Bangalow, Banora Point Farmers Markets, Brunswick Heads, Byron Bay, Kingscliff, Lennox Head,
Mullumbimby, Murwillumbah, Nimbin, Pottsville Beach, The Channon, Tweed Heads, Uki Buttery Bazaar, Uki Produce Markets. Enquire
at reception for what markets are on where.
10. Gold Coast Theme Parks
A range of theme parks, for the kids, family and kids at heart are only a 15 to 45 minute drive away.
Hire a car & visit the local attractions.