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Kingscliff: Mixing Surf and Foodie Culture

Kingscliff is an established surfing hub, an up-and-coming foodie favourite and a retreat for families. Only a short drive from the Gold Coast’s airport, travellers can easily spend the weekend in Kingscliff, though many choose to stay for much longer.

While you’re here, mingle with the locals at bi-monthly beachfront markets, experience Aboriginal heritage first hand or cheer on surfers at the Australian Longboard Surfing Open. If you’re visiting with the kids, bring them to the calmer waters of Cudgen Creek or sign them up for a child-friendly snorkelling tour.

Holiday homes in Kingscliff abound. Opt for stylish penthouses, cosy apartments in the town centre or spacious beach houses.

Waterfront Action in Kingscliff

Golden sandy beaches line Kingscliff’s shore. The main beach is favoured by surfers of all skill levels. This stretch of sand is popular with both residents and visitors and is patrolled throughout the summer and during school holidays. Further down the coast, quieter beaches welcomes those looking to get away from the action.

If you’re looking for a leisurely swim, head to the Cudgen Creek Estuary. The creek opens up to the ocean and provides a calmer enclave for families with young children. Observe pelicans, stroll along the boardwalk or go kayaking. In the evenings, you can watch the sunset.

The waters near Kingscliff are home to sea turtles, numerous fish species and colourful reefs. Unsurprisingly, surfing and diving are favourite activities. Sign up for tours departing Kingscliff or nearby Tweed Heads to see these deep sea dwellers up close.

Family-Friendly Kingscliff Holidays

Kingscliff is a strategic base for family holidays, with many activities just for kids. There are even snorkelling tours departing Kingscliff which are specifically designed for children.

Just a short drive from town, you will find Tropical Fruit World, an interactive fruit farming experience for kids of all ages. Sample freshly picked tropical fruit of all kinds, go on a tractor tour of the plantation, or head straight to the wildlife park, where you will be able to see kangaroos, emus and other Australian species.

For additional animal encounters, visit Cudgen Nature Reserve’s wild koalas. The park offers ample space for picnics and plenty of spots for fishing and canoeing. The park can get crowded on school holidays, so plan your visit accordingly.

Delve into Aboriginal Culture

Take advantage of your holidays to discover local Aboriginal culture. Start off at the Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre, where you can learn all about Indigenous heritage. Browse the exhibits at the museum or head outdoors for the bora ring. During your visit, you can purchase Aboriginal artefacts, from artworks to boomerangs.

While in the Kingscliff area, visitors can get acquainted with Aboriginal mythology by visiting sacred sites. These include Mount Warning Murwillumbah, setting of dreamtime stories, and Dreamtime Beach, where you can see traditional shell middens and look for Aboriginal artefacts.

Kingscliff Food & Festivals

Kingscliff’s main street, fronting the ocean, is lined by cafes and gourmet restaurants. The Tweed Coast town is increasingly becoming a hotspot for foodies, with eateries serving dishes made from regional ingredients.

You can also purchase fresh produce and meet the farmers at Kingscliff’s beachfront markets. The markets are not only for foodies; travellers can browse a wide range of stalls selling clothing, jewelry and pieces of art.

Throughout the year, Kingscliff hosts various events, including sporting competitions and food festivals. Watch surfers battle it out in the waves or cyclists compete in a 400 km race. Alternately, treat yourself to recipes by local chefs at an open air tasting.

Getting to Kingscliff

Getting to Kingscliff is very easy, as the Gold Coast’s Airport is only 16 km away. Otherwise, fly in to Brisbane and hop aboard a direct train to the Gold Coast, from which you can catch a connecting bus or train to Kingscliff. Driving to Kingscliff from Brisbane takes just over an hour along the Pacific Motorway.