Located on New South Wales North Coast, Kingscliff is located within the Tweed Coast just down the road from the famous Gold Coast and its many attractions. Kingscliff is a peaceful and tranquil holiday location where time seems to stand still and where you can enjoy a holiday right by the water's edge and luxury accommodation with plenty of things to see and do, and still not break the bank doing it all!
Picture a seaside location where the kids can play on the pristine beaches as you laze under the glorious summer sun in one of the many foreshore parklands that dot the coastline. The beaches of Kingscliff are by far its main draw card with plenty of people each year travelling to this ideal holiday destination to soak up the soothing atmosphere and get away from the hustle and bustle of the big smoke.
Look forward to a holiday where you can visit Mount Warning and do plenty of hiking, bush walking, horse riding, abseiling and even have a go at hang gliding from a mountain top. The National Parks that surround Kingscliff are filled to the brim with fascinating flora and fauna, so if you are a nature lover, this is the perfect place for you.
Along with the beautiful National Parks in the background and the pristine beaches in the fore ground you can also visit nearby towns such as Byron Bay, the Gold Coast, Tweed Heads and Coolangatta. With the ample shopping, dining and awesome attractions such as Wet 'n' Wild, DreamWorld, SeaWorld and Movie World all on your doorstep, the kids really will love this trip away.
And the best thing about Kingscliff is that you get to retire to your private room where you can sit on your balcony that overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Many of the Kingscliff accommodation establishments are all based within easy reach if not right on the foreshore on the beachfront. So why not book yourself into a wonderful hotel room, caravan park, luxury resort room or spacious apartment for a few nights and see why so many people fall in love with Kingscliff.
With Kingscliff having so much to offer within its town limits, you may never want to venture anywhere else. With the excellent diving and fishing charters that you can embark on as well as the array of water sports that are available which include swimming, kayaking, canoeing, surfing and sailing you can spend as much time as you like out on the ocean waters of Kingscliff. This region is well known for it world class surfing so if you have never tried you can book yourself in for a couple of lessons that will have you surfing the local breaks in no time at all.
Every weekend there are fascinating markets to wander through, quaint little cafes to enjoy and relaxing picnic grounds to take the kids to. Kingscliff is a picturesque location right on the east coast of New South Wales that has so much to offer. From fine dining, theme parks, famous attractions, National Parks, colourful markets, an array of activities for the young and the young at heart and not to mention the amazing selection of accommodation. It really is worth a visit to Kingscliff for a holiday of complete relaxation and tranquillity.
The sun is always shining on this part of the state so no matter what time of year you do decide to visit Kingscliff you can always be greeted with wonderful weather, and if it does decide to rain, well then you can always see the many shopping malls, restaurants, indoor attractions and other sights and delights that this wonderful Australian seaside town of Kingscliff has to offer all visitors.