There’s lots to explore in the Northern Rivers.

Here’s a list of some things to do in the local area.

Husk Distillery

Visit Australia’s only Agricole rum distillery located in Tumbulgum approx 30 mins drive from our location. Attend a tasting session, stay for lunch, or enjoy the views of the Tweed Valley.

Address: 1152 Dulguigan Rd, North Tumbulgum NSW 2490

Distance from our location: 22.8 km


Crystal castle & shambhala gardens

Take the family on a short scenic drive into the Byron Bay hinterland lies a tranquil and magical sanctuary. Home of the world’s largest natural crystals. Sit in an ancient crystal cave. Walk in the lush rainforest and wander the botanical Shambhala Gardens.

Address: 81 Monet Dr, Montecollum NSW 2482

Distance from our location: 52.7 km


Tropical Fruit World

Award winning farm attraction where you’ll see, taste and learn about fruits from around the World, grown right here in Duranbah NSW, Australia

Address: 29 Duranbah Rd, Duranbah NSW 2487

Distance from our location: 24.5 km


Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre

Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre is a regional art gallery in Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia. Lonely Planet Australia describes it as “an exceptional gallery… home to some of Australia’s finest in a variety of media.

Address: 2 Mistral Rd, South Murwillumbah NSW 2484

Distance from our location: 16.5 km


Local Beaches

Coolamon Station is close the Tweed Coast and it’s pristine secluded beaches. 20 minute drive to Cabarita Beach, Kingscliff Beach, Pottsville Beach, Hastings Point Beach and 45 minutes to Byron Bay. Enjoy surfing and swimming in idyllic creeks and waterways.

Walking Trails

The Northern Rivers is a great region for bushwalking. Coolamon Station is close to Mt. Warning/Wollumbin National Park and Border Ranges National Park, which includes many trails through rainforests and waterfalls. You can spot many exotic and unique species of flora and fauna.

Cape Byron Lighthouse

Visit an active heritage listed landmark located in Byron Bay at the most easterly point of Australia. The lighthouse now functions as an interpretive centre, maritime museum and retail building.