Located an easy drive south of the Gold Coast, Kingscliff has been a very popular tourist destination for people who love seaside attractions like waterfront dining, beautiful white sandy beaches, picturesque foreshore parklands and gardens but without the noisy confusion you would usually expect to find at a popular beach location. Base yourself here for an unforgettable holiday where the theme parks, shopping and entertainment of the Gold Coast are just a short drive away, enjoy surfing, the National Parks, Coolangatta and Tweed Heads and numerous surrounding attractions that you can fill your days with.
Your Kingscliff accommodation will have you soaking up the sun at the beach, swimming at patrolled beaches, surfing the local breaks or even learning how to surf with local instructor. Enjoy the dining and waterfront restaurants that line the main esplanade, sample some of the culinary delights and mouth water local produce that Kingscliff is becoming famous for and enjoy great local fresh seafood straight from the trawlers. With its surrounding pastoral lands and farming regions and fringing ocean waters, Kingscliff is quickly emerging as a foodies paradise with its array of dining options, whatever your budget might happen to be.
During the day set out for Mount Warning for some bush walking, horse riding, mountain biking or rock climbing or explore the surrounding National Park that lie around Kingscliff. Whether it is lazy sunny days with the kids by the beach you are after or a holiday of luxury filled with pampering spa sessions, luxury accommodation, fine dining and other little treats, you will find it all in Kingscliff. It is a hidden gem that many people pass by on, but once you are here you will discover a world of little extras that will really make your holiday some special.
Set out for a day of fishing with the waters off Kingscliff guaranteeing you the catch of the day, there are fishing charters to board, sailing trips, cruises and whale watching during July and October to do. Set sail on a luxury vessel for a day out on the water, cruise the Tweed River, do some shopping or wander through the cultural centre, museums, galleries and studios which all captivate the beauty and interesting past of Kingscliff. From hiring a house boat for your holiday to booking into one of the many accommodation properties throughout Kingscliff, any type of holiday can be arranged.
With its brilliant sunny days, golden sandy beaches, excellent surf breaks, wonderful dining and close proximity to some famous attractions, you simply cannot ask for anything more out of a holiday destination. Enjoy the peacefulness and quiet surrounds of the seaside town, fill your days with water sports, activities, tours and cruises and come nightfall step out for wining, dining, entertainment and plenty of fun after dark. Kingscliff in New South Wales will quickly become one of your favourite holiday destinations, making you wonder why you haven’t visited before now!