This Fingal Beach House is ideally located close to the Beautiful Fingal Surf Beach and closed the fantastic fishing along the Tweed River.
Fingal Head is one of the little known corners of the Tweed Coast holiday scene, quiet unspoilt beaches and the sparkling Tweed River are right on the doorstep. Fingal township is at the end of a long sand spit with the Tweed River on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other.There is a local shop, a casual beachy cafe with live music an easy stroll down the roadand kilometres of beautiful beaches straight off the back door. Fishermenwill find beach, rock and riverfishing as well assuperb boat ramps for river access right near the property. GOOGLE MAP LINK
Whether you are coming for a family holiday, a surfing getaway or a comfortable fishing trip or all three, this house is the perfect base. Bring your furry friend as the property has a great fenced yard to keep them safe and there is a rear gate to go out for a morning walk to the beach.
Fingal Head has an amazing bushland reserve and walking track that climbs to the top of the headland next to the old Fingal Lighthouse. The view from the top includes the unique rock formations of "Giant's Causeway"and view of the Marine Reserve and turtle breeding groundCook Island offshore. Humpback and Southern Right Whales can be seen in abundance from June to September traveling up and down the coast and dolphins are regular visitorsnear the river mouth or off the headland.
The boat ramp on the river side has lowtide access to the river and plenty of parking for boats. It is only a short trip out past the Tweed river bar to access deepwater fishing for bottom dwellers or pelagic fish.
Surfers have the choice of miles of uncrowded beach breaks along the Tweed Coast, the south facing coast and deeper water providing more consistant swell than the Gold Coast and the semi-secret nature of Fingal makes getting a wave easier than the overcrowded surf breaks of Duranbah and Snapper Rocks.
Beautiful Fingal Beach house between the Dreamtime Beach and the Tweed River.